- Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
- Acupuncture needling
- Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization
- Heat therapy
How to make an appointment:
A referral is required. Our clinic schedules appointments within 72 hours of receiving a referral from your provider.
Q: What is acupuncture?
A: Acupuncture is a treatment that promotes natural healing. It increases healing and immunity, supports physical and emotional health. It is a safe, painless way to treat a wide range of medical conditions.
Q: What does an acupuncturist do?
A: An acupuncturist gathers information about your condition to determine imbalances of Qi (vital energy) that may be contributing to your health problems. After detection of imbalances, an acupuncturist places fine, sterile needles at specific points of the body. The use of needles can unblock the obstruction and balance Qi. Qi can then freely move to cells, organs, glands, tissues, and muscles. This can stop pain and repair balance and harmony, as well as the body’s ability to heal itself.
Q: What is Qi (pronounced “chee”)?
A: At the core of this ancient medicine is the philosophy that Qi, the vital energy, flows throughout the body along specific pathways called meridians. Qi animates the body and protects it from illness, pain, and disease.
Q: Will the insertion of the acupuncture needles hurt?
A: Generally speaking, the insertion of acupuncture needles does not cause pain in patients. The needles themselves are extremely thin. The needles stay close to the surface, within the skin itself.
Q: What kind of health conditions can acupuncture help?
A: Internal conditions: high blood pressure, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, cysts, side effects of chemotherapy and radiation, chronic fatigue syndrome, low immune function, weight problems
Eyes, ears, nose and throat conditions: colds, hepatitis, ringing in ears, poor eyesight, dizziness, sinus infections, sore throat
Dermatological conditions: acne, eczema, wrinkles
Musculoskeletal and Neurological conditions: arthritis, chronic low back pain, sciatica, tendinitis, stiff neck, numbness/tingling, headaches, migraines, neuralgia
Genitourinary and Reproductive conditions: impotence, infertility, irregular periods/cramps, morning sickness
Psychological and Emotional conditions: anxiety, depression, stress, insomnia, addiction, ADHD