Acupuncture is a very effective and potent healing art and medicinal practice that has been used in Eastern Countries for thousands of years. It is now widely implemented as a complementary and integrated treatment approach to support the body’s natural healing abilities.
Acupuncture involves the insertion of small, sterile, single use, needles that are the width of a hair, into acupuncture points at different locations on the body to restore balance.
When the body is in balance, it is in a state of health and wellness. When out of balance, sickness and disease arise. There is much research to support the healing response that occurs in the body with this treatment approach.
Acupuncture increases blood flow and circulation, and stimulates peripheral nerves that send messages to the brain to release endorphins and other neurotransmitters to decrease stress, reduce pain, and promote healing. It can be used for acute or chronic conditions as well as preventatively.
Acupuncture is recognized by the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the World Health Organization (WHO) as being effective in treating a wide variety of medical disorders.
Areas of Acupuncture specialty include treatment for:
- Women’s Health
- Pain Relief
- Immune Support
- Autoimmune Conditions