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Acupuncture

Acupuncture is method of treatment that originated in ancient China. The principles of acupuncture are to restore balance and regulate the free flow of Qi pronounced (chee) & blood in the body. Theoretically if qi and blood are flowing harmoniously pain an disease should not occur.

Electroacupuncture

Electro acupuncture is standard acupuncture with the addition of electric stimulation applied to the acupuncture needles. Electric acupuncture is used to help increase the healing time and reduce pain levels. Electric acupuncture gives the acupuncturist the ability to choose specific frequencies and specific treatment durations.

Concierge Acupuncture

Concierge Acupuncture services are available for your convenience. Whether you are on bed rest, have a difficult time traveling, or prefer to in the privacy of your own home, arrangements can be made for acupuncture sessions

Cosmetic Acupuncture

Insertions of the tiny, thin needles are inserted into the face which creates a micro-trauma. That micro-trauma and stimulation of the dermis skin layer sends a signal to the body to initiate the body's immune healing process. During the healing process the body will then start to create Collagen and Elastin production naturally.

Dry Needling

Dry needling is a term acupuncturist use to describe the use of acupuncture needles that are inserted and then removed from targeted trigger points. During a dry needling treatment, your acupuncturist will insert acupuncture needles into trigger points with the goal to cause a muscle contraction. This muscle contraction can reset the muscle to a more relaxed state.

Cupping

Targets healing in the places that need it most! Cupping creates separation in the targeted areas. This allows for new blood and qi to circulate to the area, reduce inflammation, break up scar tissue/adhesions and increase lymphatic drainage.

Gua-Sha

Gua-sha is a painless scraping technique that is used to release stagnated qi and blood from painful areas. Gua-sha also releases unhealthy elements from injured areas. Gua-sha also increases blood flow, breaks up scar tissue, improves range of motion, reduces pain and promotes the healing process.

Tui-Na

Medical massage using acupoint stimulation, sometimes in conjunction with acupuncture.

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