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Acupuncture photo of practitioner holding needle after insertion


Using thin sterile needles we can activate the healing process, regulate the body, alleviate pain. These are precise points which have been utilized for thousands of years.

Moxabustion this is a picture of direct moxa


Ai Ye or mugwort is carefully burned on points either directly or on needles to add energy to the body or warm an area to promote healing.

Cupping Therapy

Cupping and Gua Sha

Cupping and Gua Sha both help to restore proper blood flow to an area to promote healing.  Cupping became popular years ago when olympian Michael Phelps displayed his cupping marks for all the world to see.  However cupping and Gua Sha have been used for thousands of years to help those with pain and ailments.

Add-on Therapies

In addition to your regular therapy additional therapy may be advised 

Drug and Syringe

Acupoint Injection

The injection of herbs, homeopathics, and other nutritional supplements in the form of sterile substances into acupuncture points by means of hypodermic needles but not intravenous therapy to promote, maintain, and restore health; for pain management and palliative care; for acupuncture anesthesia; and to prevent disease.

Laser Therapy

Using the blue spectrum we can use laser to perform to stimulate Acupuncture points gently.  The blue laser has a calming effect and may be helpful in addressing scars.

Fruits and Vegetables

Food Therapy

Food and Nutrition is the utmost most vital part of you reaching your health goals, except for sleep, which is just as vital.  By reviewing your diet diary we will make gentle adjustments to help you reach your health goals.  

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