Acupuncture

What is Chinese Medicine?

Chinese Medicine is holistic medicine, this means we gather our patient’s complete past and present health history, plan treatments addressing the underlying condition that causing disharmony and concurrently treat their present symptoms. Using combinations of acupuncture, Chinese, Korean and Japanese physical therapies, lifestyle, nutritional/herbal guidance, and activity recommendations along with our patient’s commitment to participate in their health, we strive to give relief from symptoms and ultimately, a more balanced, healthy body and life.

Why seek acupuncture?

Because of acupuncture’s unique ability to treat the entire body for blockages which impede circulation or create obstruction, it can treat a broad range of issues. Some common issues patients seek treatment for are; pain, arthritis, headaches, numbness and tingling, acute or chronic injury, acute or chronic illness, colds and flu, sinus problems, GI issues, urinary disorders, skin disorders, sleep disorders, decreased energy, smoking or drug cessation, many types of addictions, psycho emotional disorders such as PTSD, stress, anxiety, mood disorders, grief or anger, nausea, vomiting and discomfort during chemotherapy and disorders with both male and female reproductive systems.

Is acupuncture safe?

Acupuncture is recognized as safe and effective at treating many health issues by the World Health Organization. Acupuncture is an ancient yet practical modality of healing and health maintenance that is swiftly gaining popularity from positive results. It is regularly used by millions of people worldwide. Historically, it is established that acupuncture has been utilized for over 2000 years throughout China, then spreading to Korea and Japan.

It was not until  after the World Health Organization accepted acupuncture as a legitimate health practice in the 1970s that Chinese Medicine reached popularity in the United States, thereby gaining recognition and government regulation. Today, it is estimated there are more than 18,000 licensed acupuncturists in the United States.

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