Everything You Need To Know About Acupuncture



Are you suffering the kind of pain that is making you consider every option for relief?

Do you need to alleviate stress and anxiety?


Are you having difficult falling or staying asleep?


Are you living with low energy levels?


Have you been struggling with digestive issues?


Science says acupuncture can help these issues and more!


Users report improvements in many health and wellness concerns, including:

  • Headaches & Migraines

  • Immune System Functioning

  • Adrenal Disorders

  • Weight Management

  • Cold, Flu & Allergy Symptoms

  • Orthopedic Issues

  • Womens Health Issues

  • Quitting Smoking

  • and more!

Acupuncture is recognized as an effective treatment for a lot of different ailments and diseases by the medical world. This age-old form of Traditional Chinese Medicine has helped millions for centuries. Acupuncture is a therapeutic system that makes use of tiny, hair-thin needles for the purpose of restoring balance and flow in the body. The needles are inserted on specific vital points that correspond to a specific internal organ. The light insertion of the needles into vital points is supposed to free the flow of internal energy or chi. According to Chinese medical theory, any blockage in the flow of chi in the body's energy streams, or meridians, can cause an imbalance in the body --- resulting in illness. The natural flow of chi ensures a person's general state of health. The focus of acupuncture is on restoring harmony in the flow of the chi throughout the body and, in the process, balancing the metaphysical concepts of yin and yang.


In a more Western view, the benefits of acupuncture are found in its efficacy as a non-invasive, drug-free means of alleviating a number of physical ailments, as backed up by a growing body of scientific research.


If you are considering having this type of treatment, you might want to check with your insurance company. Many insurance companies will actually cover the cost of acupuncture treatments.


Contact us today to learn more or book an acupuncture appointment now!

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