Acupuncture uses needles placed along invisible meridians that run throughout the body.  Today, acupuncturists also use lasers, magnets and electric pulses in addition to needles. Each meridian point has a specific meaning and can unblock and repair meridians and channels with vital energy or chi.   Through the stimulation of the meridians, an acupuncturist is able to restore balance and ergo health to the patient.

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The World Health Organization and the National Institute of Health recognize over 200 conditions that Traditional Chinese Medicine can effectively treat.

Here are just a few  . . .

Musculoskeletal   Respiratory   Digestive   Gynecological
Arthritis Allergies Abdominal Pain Fibrocystic Breast
Auto Injury Asthma Acid Regurgitation Infertility
Back Pain Bronchitis Colitis Menstrual Issues
Carpel Tunnel Common Cold Constipation Menopause
Foot Pain Cough Diarrhea Morning Sickness
Hand Pain Hay Fever Flu Ovarian Cyst
Joint Pain Sinusitis Indigestion PMS
Muscle Pain/Cramping Tonsillitis Nausea
Sciatica Vomiting
Neurological   Autoimmune   Mental/Emotional   Other
Dizziness Grave’s Disease Anger Addiction
Facial Paralysis Hashimoto’s Disease Anxiety Athletic Performance
Headaches Lupus Depression Weight Loss
Migraines Multiple Sclerosis Insomnia Chronic Fatigue
Parkinson’s Disease Rheumatoid Arthritis Stress Fibromyalgia
Peripheral Neuropathy Sjogrens Syndrome High Cholesterol
Stroke Quit Smoking
Trigeminal Neuralgia Tinnitus
Blood Pressure