- Acute and Chronic Pain
- Reduced Immunity
- Headaches and Migraines
- Respiratory Issues
Pain Relief, Immunity Boost, Stress Relief, Infertility, and more...
What Is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is a form of alternative medicine and a key component of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) in which thin needles are inserted into the body. The Chinese believe this process balances the body’s ‘qi’ energy, which supports good health, pain relief, and helps heal illnesses. Western studies have indicated this ancient form of healing can help to improve blood flow, reduce inflammation, release endorphins (the body’s own pain killers) and stimulate the part of the brain associated with rest and restoration. Acupuncture is considered a safe and effective treatment for a variety of health conditions when administered by a trained acupuncturist.
You do not have to be sick or in pain to undergo acupuncture. Many people use this treatment as a means of maintaining good health and preventive care. Acupuncture can provide relief for various health conditions and symptoms including –
- Fertility Issues
- Digestive Issues
- Stress Issues
- Adrenal Fatigue
- and much more!
Your Acupuncture Visits
Our licensed acupuncturist, will custom tailor a comprehensive treatment plan for you which may include –
- Non-needle techniques (including cupping, massage,
- acupressure, gua sha and/or moxibustion)
- Chinese nutritional therapy
- Exercise or stretching techniques
- Stress relief practices
She takes great care in making sure that her patients are comfortable with the treatment plan. You will receive an outline indicating estimated number of visits and recommended lifestyle changes to support your body in it’s self-healing abilities. You are encouraged to take action in your healing process as this is a key component toward speedy recovery.
Patients often feel quite relaxed after an acupuncture treatment. Once the treatment session is complete, you can proceed with your normal routine for the day. Many patients report symptomatic pain relief and increased energy after a a couple of treatment sessions. The exact number and frequency of sessions varies from person to person. Generally, it is recommended you should plan for 4 weekly visits to see how your body and condition responds to the acupuncture treatment.
Ready To Get Started?
Are you ready to improve your health and get relief from various ailments without using prescription medications? Contact us today and inquire how our licensed acupuncturist can help. Rest assured that our experienced team of professionals will treat you with compassion, care and dedication while you heal.
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