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Acupuncture:  Ask for an appointment
      Acupuncture works by inserting fine needles at specific points in the patient’s body. These needles are inserted up to a certain depth under the skin. The concept of how this method works is by finding a balance between the “Chi” or the body’s energy zones.

It is believed that when a person gets sick it is because of an imbalance that has occurred in these zones. By accessing specific points the balance is restored again. Nerves, connective tissues, and muscles are stimulated during this process. The body’s natural pain killer is also stimulated.

Acupuncture is most effective against pain related conditions.

​For example; arthritis, back, neck, knee and shoulder pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, and sciatica.

Acupuncture also has much broader applications beyond pain relief. The World Health Organization (WHO) recognizes the use of acupuncture in the treatment of a wide range of common illnesses including:

    Upper Respiratory Tract:
       Acute sinusitis
       Acute rhinitis
       Common Cold and Flu

       Acute tonsillitis
  Respiratory System
       Acute bronchitis
       Bronchial asthma (Most effective in children and uncomplicated conditions.)
  Eye Disorders
       Acute conjunctivitis
       Central Retinitis Myopia (in children)
       Cataracts (without complications)
  Mouth Disorders
       Post Extraction Pain
       Acute and Chronic Pharyngitis
  Gastrointestinal Disorders
       Spasms of esophagus
       Acute and Chronic Gastritis
       Gastric Hyperacidity
       Chronic Duodenal Ulcer (pain relief)
       Acute Duodenal Ulcer (without complications)
       Acute and Chronic Colitis
       Acute Bacillary Dysentery
       Paralytic Ileus
  Neurologic and Musculoskeletal Disorders
       Headache and Migraine
       Trigeminal Neuralgias
       Facial Palsy (early stage, i.e., within 3-6 months)
       Pareses Following a Stroke
       Peripheral Neuropathies
       Sequelae of Poliomyelitis (early stage, i.e., within 6 months)
       Meniere's Disease
       Neurogenic Bladder Dysfunction
       Nocturnal Enuresis (bedwetting)
       Intercostal Neuralgia
       Cervicobrachial Syndrome
       Frozen Shoulder
       Tennis Elbow
       Low Back Pain
       Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
       Back and Knee Pain
       Chronic Fatigue
       Sports Injuries and Pains
  Reproductive & Gynecological Conditions
       Premenstrual Syndrome
       Dysmenorrhea (menstrual cramps)
       Spotting and Excessive Bleeding
       Amenorrhea (Loss of Menstrual Period)
  Mental Emotional Problems

Cupping and Gua Sha

     Another set of techniques used in acupuncture to alleviate discomfort and local stagnation are Cupping and Gua Sha. Both are less invasive and can be used to enhance circulation, remove stagnation, help relieve pain and pull toxins from your body’s tissue. You may feel a slight tight sensation in the area of the cup while it stimulates and also relaxes the local area.

Cups can be left in place for 1 to 20 minutes and can cause the skin to temporarily turn a slightly different color, especially if there is an energetic blockage in the area.

General Rates:

Rates may differ between doctors and procedures, please call for more information.


Consultation and Acupuncture Treatment: $150 

Consultation Only:  $90

Phone Consultation: 30 min. - $70

Our Specialties: ​

“A new study of acupuncture — the most rigorous and detailed analysis of the treatment to date — found that it can ease migraines and arthritis and other forms of chronic pain.” – The New York Times

Arthritis Migraines Lower Back Pain

Neck Pain Tennis Elbow Sciatica

Carpel Tunnel Shoulder Pain TMJ

Dental Pain Knee Pain Menstrual Pain

Headaches  Fibromyalgia And Much more


“The present study shows that a single acupuncture treatment was efficacious for improving isometric quadriceps strength in recreational athletes. These results might have implications not only for athletic performance enhancement, but also for rehabilitation programs aimed at restoring neuromuscular function.” – European Journal of Applied Physiology

Tendonitis Sprains/Strains Post Surgery Recovery

Muscle Tension/Soreness  Plantar Fasciitis Workout Recovery

Shin Splints Injury Prevention Performance Enhancement


Reduce Anxiety Reduce Stress  PTSD

ADHD Depression Poor Memory

Acupuncture for Post-traumatic Stress Disorder:

A Randomized Controlled Pilot Trial: The researchers found that acupuncture provided treatment effects were superior to the control group. Additionally, treatment effects were maintained for 3 months after the end of treatment. – The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. 2007

​Day to Day:
“Patients receiving acupuncture treatments for seasonal allergic rhinitis reported statistically significant improvements in symptoms and decreased use of medication” – Annals of Internal Medicine

Seasonal Allergies Cold/Flu Sore Throat

Constipation Diarrhea Canker Sores

Insomnia UTI Quit Smoking

Quit Alcohol Acid Reflex Poor Digestion

Fatigue Nausea/Vomiting Tinnitus

​Healthy Living:
University of California uncovered the mechanism as to how acupuncture lowers high blood pressure. They found that it stimulates brain neurons which then down regulate the excess sympathetic nerve activity.  – University of California 2012

High Blood Pressure High Cholesterol Sugar Balance

Neuropathy related to Diabetes Low Blood Pressure Heart Health

​Women’s Health:
Of the 80 women who underwent IVF and received acupuncture, 34 women got pregnant, a success rate of 42.5%. Of the 80 women involved in the study who received IVF without any acupuncture treatments, only 21 women (26.3%) became pregnant. – Fertility and Sterility 2002

PMS Irregular Menstruation Osteoporosis

Morning Sickness Hormone Balance Infertility

“Traditional medicine has been used for thousands of years with great contributions made by practitioners to human health, particularly as primary health care providers at the community level” – World Health Organisation

Side Effects of Chemo  Macular Degeneration Hemochromatosis

High Altitude Treatment Benign Growth/Tumors Shingles

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