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Acupuncture is a natural, safe and effective medical form, originally from ancient China. Acupuncture is one of the oldest, most common and dependable medical therapies used in the world.  It is by nature simple, safe and effective health care.  It treats a wide variety of conditions, and also works to relax and to energize.

Acupuncture is the gentle insertion of very fine needles at specific points on the body. Using thin, sterile, one-time-use disposable needles inserted superficially into specific areas of the body in order to help the body’s ability to heal itself.

This process stimulates movement of energy within the body, allowing natural healing to take place. Acupuncture practitioners are trained to select these points, based on over 3,000 years of experience in China.

Acupuncture helps to prevent illness by improving the overall functioning of the body’s immune and organ systems.

    • Treating existing illnesses and injuries.
    • Preventing both recurrence of illnesses and new illness.
    • Improving overall health.

Symptoms that acupuncture is known to effectively help manage.

Abdominal pain  –  Addiction control  –  Anxiety  –  Arthritis  –  Asthma  –  Athletic performance  –  Back/neck pain  –  Blood pressure regulation  –  Bronchitis  –  Chronic fatigue  –  Common cold  –  Constipation  –  Depression  –  Diarrhea  –  Gingivitis  –  Headaches  –  Hyperacidity  –  IBS  –  Immune system tonification  –  Indigestion  –  Infertility  –  Insomnia  –  Menopausal symptoms  –  Migraines  –  Muscle cramping/pain  –  Nervousness  –  Neurogenic bladder dysfunction  –  Neurosis  –  Numbness  –  Parkinson’s disease  –  Poor vision  –  Postoperative pain  –  Premenstrual syndrome  –  Sciatica  –  Sinusitis  –  Stress reduction  –  Stroke  –  Tinnitis  –  Tonsillitis  –  Toothache

Why should I have an acupuncture treatment?

    • to help you relax
    • to help you feel more energized
    • to help you avoid illness/injury
    • to help alleviate physical pain
    • to help you think more clearly
    • to help you stop thinking (especially around bedtime)
    • to help with digestive issues
    • to use alongside many conventional therapies/medications for the purpose of augmenting their effect and lowering doses
    • to add legitimate choices for your health care assistance