Acupuncture Safe, thin, one-time-use, sterile needles are used to treat specific points on the body to regulate the nervous, immune, circulatory, and other body systems.
Chinese Herbs Herbal formulas based on hundreds of years of refinement and use help regulate the body and treat a wide variety of disease. Both encapsulated and raw herbal formulas are available.
Gua Sha A stroking technique used primarily in pain conditions, that produces anti-inflammatory and immune stimulating effects.
Acutonics A non-needle technique that uses vibration to stimulate acupuncture points and de-stress the body and mind.
Cupping A method of applying vacuum sealed cups to the surface of the body to increase circulation and relieve pain. Cups can be used over specific acupuncture points or moved along acupuncture channels.
Electro-stimulation Applying a comfortable current to acupuncture needles to stimulate a stronger response and disrupt pain signals. Commonly used for pain and paralysis.
Nutritional Counseling Guidelines to support your treatment including highlighting specific foods that will help the body move into balance.
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