Manju Ladha

Manju Ladha L.Ac

Manjusha Ladha is a nationally certified NCCAOM diplomate in acupuncture and is licensed to practice in Georgia by the Medical Board of Georgia. Manju graduated from The Jung Tao School of Classical Chinese Medicine in Boone, North Carolina. She has a Master’s Degree in Biology from the University of Jabalpur in India, and has studied extensively at Georgia State University.

After a successful career in business, Manju’s interest in health and healing led her to study acupuncture and Chinese medicine. As a holistic practitioner she addresses a wide range of disharmonies and strives to create a sustainable balance through her treatments. She treats headaches/migraines, depression, anxiety, digestive issues, auto immune disorders, hormonal imbalances, pain of any origin, and is particularly interested in women’s health and infertility. In addition to acupuncture she uses techniques like cupping, guasha and electrical stimulation of acupuncture points. She has training in the use of a variety of needles and suggests herbs as necessary.

Manju has studied with the noted author and master acupunctuist Dr. Richard Tan and extensively uses his body and meridian balance method in her treatments. She also incorporates the well known twentieth century acupuncturist Master Tung’s method in her treatments. Manju also has advanced training in Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture. Manjus’s facial treatments include full body acupuncture and provide a natural and holistic alternative to botox treatments and face lifts. These treatments provide beauty from the inside out as they nourish the body while creating and supporting facial health. Depending on the number of treatments received results may be sustained for the longer term.

Manju believes in the body’s intrinsic ability to heal from within and the power of acupuncture in alleviating symptoms and creating the energetic balance necessary for optimum health. To cultivate and nurture her own Qi, she meditates daily in the yogic tradition and practices the inner martial arts of Tai Chi Quan. Both these practices help her to remain peaceful, calm, grounded yet cheerful; a composite quality that flows through her treatments!