Conditions Treated

Chronic illness/pain

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When you need surgery, get surgery. To avoid becoming a statistic in the opioid crisis, try acupuncture to get back to living, working, playing, fast! 

Reduce pain, sleep better, recover faster. BUT...


When there's no diagnosis for surgery, when the cortisone shots don't work, when you've exhausted your western medical options and still live in pain and discomfort, explore new options for healing through Chinese medicine. 

 According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), a number of studies suggest that acupuncture works particularly well on chronic pain such as back and neck pain; osteoarthritis/knee pain; and headache. It often reduces the incidence and severity of tension headaches and may prevent  migraines. “Therefore,” the NIH concludes, “acupuncture appears to be a reasonable option for people with chronic pain to consider.” 

Cognitive and neurological disorders

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Have you had a fall, concussion, other head injury from sport, TIA, TBI, stroke? A breakthrough technique tested in prestigious hospitals in China is now available in the U.S. Wake up sleeping neural connections to improve cognitive issues, memory/recall, movement, speech, gait, balance, and other issues caused by head injury and cerebral accidents.  Acupuncture cannot revive dead tissue but can increase vital blood flow to the brain and help reset/reboot neural communication.

Inquire about nano-acupuncture for cognitive deficits from sport injury (acute or cumulative) and other neurological disorders. 

Teen menstrual pain

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Periods can be difficult and painful for young women. Tummy troubles like abdominal pain, tender breasts, water retention, digestive pain, low back pain, mood swings, and more severe issues like endometriosis or small fibroids can contribute to heavy bleeding, painful clots. irregular cycles, chronic headaches.   Often the pill/patch may increase weight and cause hair loss, among other side effects. The Mayo Clinic supports acupuncture for menstrual cramps as does Johns Hopkins Medicine. Medical News Today says, regarding a study in Western Sydney University, Australia, "It was found that the women undergoing acupuncture more  frequently experienced more significant improvements in period pain  intensity and related symptoms, as well as in overall quality of life.  

Let's resolve it, it's hard enough being a teen!

Diabetes 2 treatment

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Conventional medicine "manages" diabetes 2. Joint cooperation between you, your doctor, and Chinese medicine can reduce your A1c readings, reducing the cost of extra blood sugar lowering drugs, and help you get your life back. Stop the progression of damage caused by the sugar disease including blindness, high blood pressure, stroke. Regain control of your life, spend time doing the things you love with the ones you love, and save thousands in extra expenses beyond what insurance covers for diabetes management. 

Pre and Post Surgical pain relief

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Prepare to soothe your nerves and strengthen your body for the best scenario if you are to have surgery, and help reduce hospital costs, speed recovery, and massively decrease pain and insomnia post surgically. Avoid becoming another statistic of post-surgical opioid addiction! Pre- and Post- op treatments are available to make surgery as stress-free and speedily recoverable as possible. 

Reduced Blood Flow Issues

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In Chinese medicine, reduced blood flow results in conditions such as, headaches, muscle pain, digestive pain and more. Peripheral neuropathy, muscle aches, cramps, cold hands/feet (Reynaud's), diabetes, obesity, coronary heart disease, ischemic cerebrovascular disease, gastritis, arthritis, numbness, all uterine related dis-ease, anxiety, depression, irritability