• Acupuncture for Headaches

    The World Health Organization estimates that nearly 50 percent of all adults in the United States have suffered from a headache disorder within the past year. Many people experience headaches only occasionally, but for some they can be frequent, or even chronic. While some headaches may be indicative

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  • Acupuncture for Autoimmune Disorders

    Autoimmune disorders are often difficult to treat. Although medications can help, they often have unpleasant side effects. Acupuncture can reduce pain and other symptoms without any troublesome side effects. Acupuncture is not an effective treatment for everyone with an autoimmune disorder, but it is

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  • Acupuncture and the Common Cold

    While the peak of cold and flu season is typically reported in January and February of each year, the official season for colds and the flu begins as we enter the fall. Most adult Americans report catching between two and four colds each year, but it doesn’t have to be that way. There are ways to

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  • Acupressure for You Now

    It would be great if you could find quick relief from a headache or anxiety just by pressing a button. Well, if you know a few of the acupressure points in your extremities, you might be able to do just that. While recovering from some ailments does take the prescribed set of sessions with your acupuncturist,

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  • Dealing with Arthritis

    Arthritis can be disruptive to you or your family member’s quality of life. It is a progressive condition that causes pain and inflammation around the joints. Many people associate arthritis with old age. In fact, it can strike anyone at any stage of life. Two-thirds of people diagnosed with a form

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  • Chinese Herbs Complement Acupuncture

    The practices involved in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) have evolved and been refined over centuries, but are based on a few ancient beliefs: • The human body represents a tiny version of the greater universe - health comes from harmony between the yin and yang forces. • The five elements (earth,

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  • Psychiatric and Emotional Disorders

    Acupuncture treats numerous emotional and psychiatric disorders, including neurosis, anorexia, insomnia, addiction (smoking cessation, eating disorders, and drug dependency) autism, schizophrenia and various speech disorders. Acupuncture encourages the development of diverse biochemical endorphins, which

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  • Obstetrics/Gynecology

    Menstrual disorders, such as, painful menstruation, missed periods, and excessive flow can be successfully treated with acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine by rectifying the functionality of the reproductive system. Additionally, fibroids, endometriosis, uterine and ovarian cancers, can be treated

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  • The Wellness Approach

    What's the main difference between wellness care and standard medical care? Wellness care seeks to turn on the natural healing ability, not by adding something to the system, but by removing anything that might interfere with normal function, trusting that the body would know what to do if nothing were

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  • Safety

    Acupuncture is very safe. Only sterilized needles are used and are professionally disposed. Contrary to pharmaceutical treatments, acupuncture lacks side effects.

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  • University Studies

    Many studies have been conducted on the healing effects of acupuncture. These studies address various disorders and were measured scientifically and subjectively by the patient groups. Studies such as the ones below continue to demonstrate the value of acupuncture as an effective, safe and low-cost medical

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  • Nutritional Therapy

    Achieving nutritional balance in the body is essential in preventing disease. The types of food that we eat and their combination can impact our health and well-being. A great percentage of chronic disease symptoms are directly related to irregular or improper food intake. For example sugar and fat will

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  • Tui Na

    Oriental massage therapy which combines the management of body movements through soft tissue manipulation (muscles and tendons) to impact the flow of Qi, and realign musculoskeletal with ligament interaction.

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  • Therapeutic Exercise, Tai Chi, Qi Gong

    As part of overall acupuncture treatment for joint disorders, therapeutic exercise is used to stretch the tendons and muscles through a guided exercise regimen, to help improve basic functionality and movement. The traditional martial arts exercises support meditation as an integral part of healing.

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