Acupuncture and Your Health

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Acupuncture and TCM take holistic, or wholebody approach to health. This means your practitioner will take into account your whole self, not just your symptoms, in order to get to the root of your health concerns. You will work together to find out how factors like your lifestyle and emotional and mental well-being may be affecting your health. Getting the chance to really listen may be new to you. Think of it as your opportunity to form a partnership for better health. The more you take part in your healing process, the more successful it will be.


Your Role in the Healing Process


Your actions are a key component of your treatment plan. Focusing on your health and committing to a healthy lifestyle are the best steps you can take for your well-being. Together, you and your acupuncturist can help your imbalances and help you achieve harmony and balance. Even after your symptoms are resolved, acupuncture can assist you in maintaining your health, and possibly prevent future imbalances. The more you incorporate acupuncture and TCM into your life, the more you'll learn to nurture your body, mind and spirit.

Acupuncture is not an instant fix

True healing takes time and dedication. Depending on your current health and symptoms, you could feel better right away, or you may need treatments for weeks, months or years to achieve the results you want. Your acupuncturist can give you an idea of what to expect. With a little patience and an open mind, you'll be on your way to health and vitality. Acupuncture and TCM offer a safe and effective holistic health care system. This natural approach can both resolve symptoms and enhance overall health. By taking the right steps and planting the seeds of health, you are on the road to a healthier you!

Common Conditions Treated:


-Addiction -Alcohol, drug, smoking

-Anxiety -Arthritis -Asthma

-Bronchitis -Carpal tunnel syndrome -Colitis

-Chronic fatigue -Common cold -Constipation
- Depression -Dental pain - Diarrhea
-Digestive trouble -Dizziness -Emotional problems
-Eye problems -Fatigue -Fertility

-Facial palsy/tics -Fibromyalgia - Headache
-Incontinence -Indigestion -Low back pain

-Migraine -Menopause -Menstrual irregularities-N

-Nausea - Morning sickness -OsteoarthritisN

-Pain -PMS -Reproductive problems

-Sciatica -Shoulder pain -Sinusitis
-Sleep disturbances -Stress -Smoking cessation

-Sore throat -Tennis elbow -Vomiting
-Trigeminal nearalgia -Wrist pain -Irritable bowel syndrome

-Seasonal affective disorder (SAD)