a wide range of disorders effectively, including:

  • Headaches & Migraine
  • Repetitive Stress Injury, fibromyalgia, plantar fasciitis, frozen shoulder
  • Pain conditions and musculoskeletal injuries
  • GYN – PMS, dysmenorrhea, infertility, morning sickness
  • Respiratory Disorders – sinus congestion, allergies, asthma, the common cold
  • Digestive Disorders – IBS, constipation, diarrhea, nausea
  • Immune System Disorders
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Toothache
  • Weight Loss
  • Recovery from addictions to alcohol and/or drugs
  • Anxiety, Depression
  • Stress
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Fatigue, CFS, Fibromyalgia
  • Sexual Dysfunction – impotence, low libido

Acupuncture is safe to use in most cases with other therapies like chiropractic adjustments,
osteopathic manipulations, and massages. Acupuncture can also be used with most
medications. It is very important that your physician is informed of everything you are doing to
get the best results from all of your treatments.

With needle insertion the patient can feel a slight pressure but the sensation should disappear quickly. The needle can be removed at any time if there is discomfort.  Throughout the treatment the patient should feel relaxed and comfortable.

Every person is unique which allows for a difference in the number of treatments needed. If the issue is acute or short term then it may take fewer sessions to solve it. In cases of long term or chronic cases, more treatments will be necessary to create a positive response to the body.

Acupuncture needles are solid, very thin, and made of surgical steel. They are described as a cat’s whisker because of their flexibility and tensile nature. All needles are only used once, sterile in package, and disposable.

You should dress in loose comfortable clothing, which allows access to the arms and legs. Many acupuncture points are found along the forearms and lower legs.

Side affects are not common with acupuncture. Sometimes patients might report sleepiness, change in mood, or increase in focus.