The practice of acupuncture and oriental medicine has been around for thousands of years. Only recently has it begun to gain popularity in the West. Acupuncture has a proven track record for the following ailments and diseases:
Arthritis • Neuralgia • Sciatica, Shoulder, Joint and Back Pain
Stiff Neck •Bursitis • Tendonitis • Headache • Migraine
Sequlae of Stroke • Bells Palsy • Trigeminal Neuralgia
Sprains • Knee Pain • Tendonitis
Anxiety • Depression • Stress • Insomnia
Women's Health Issues
Infertility • PMS Menstrual Irregularities • Impotence
Tinnitus • Ear Ringing • Earaches • Sinus Infections • Hay Fever Allergies • Sore Throat • Poor Eyesight
Colds • Flu • Bronchitis • Hepatitis Symptoms
Hyperacidity • Indigestion, Chronic diarrhea • Constipation
Stomach Pain • Nausea
Eczema • Acne Herpes • Rashes • Skin Rejuvenation
Increases Vitality and Energy • Regulates Blood Pressure
Increases Endurance Immune System Support
Improves Side Effects of Chemotherapy
A "spoon" is run along the effected area, creating a scraping sensation on the skin to release toxic elements within
Herbal Medicine uses plants to treat health care concerns. An herbal prescription consists of one to twenty herbs taken as tea, tablet, or tinctures and has many synergistic benefits when combined with acupuncture.
Heat is trapped under cups which are placed on skin, then removed. The suction effect helps bring blood-flow to the skin.
A Chinese massage technique that involves applying direct pressure through rolling or kneading into certain areas of the body.
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