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Acupuncture

acupuncture treatment, doctor of chinese medicine, registered acupuncturist

Services & Rates

Initial consultation and treatment, 60 min…$130
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Follow-up treatments, 50 min…$105
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Packages – ask us about payment options.
6 treatments – $600($30 savings)
10 treatments – $950($100 savings)
Traditional Cupping Treatment, 30 min treatment…$70
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TREATMENTS ARE DONE BY REGISTERED ACUPUNCTURIST and MAY BE COVERED BY YOUR EXTENDED HEALTH CARE PROVIDER.

How does Acupuncture work?

Acupuncture focuses on a holistic, energy-based approach that is rooted in over 3000 years of tradition and has solidified its position within Western Medicine as a proven healing process. The general theory of acupuncture is based on the premise that there are patterns of energy flow (Qi) throughout the body that are essential for health. Disruptions of Qi are believed to be responsible for pain, stress and various illnesses. Acupuncture Therapy can correct these imbalances and disharmonies of Qi through identifiable points close to the skin.

Conditions appropriate for Acupuncture Therapy include:

Stress Reduction
Addiction Control
Athletic Performance
Blood-pressure Regulation
Chronic Fatigue
Immune System Support
Arthritis
Musculoskeletal
Sports Injuries
Back pain
Muscle Cramping
Muscle Pain/Weakness
Neck Pain
Sciatica
Neurological
Headaches
Migraines
Parkinson’s Disease
Postoperative Pain
Stroke
Abdominal Pain
Digestive Issues
IBS
Constipation
Diarrhea
Hyperacidity
Indigestion
Emotional Concerns
Anxiety
Depression
Insomnia
NervousnessGynaecological
Infertility
Menopausal Symptoms
Premenstrual Syndrome
Respiratory Concerns
Asthma
Sinusitis
Common Cold
Smoking cessation

 

Read more about Acupuncture and the conditions that can be treated on our blog.

Cupping

Cupping has traditionally  been a multi-cultural treatment method, with clear records from early Egypt, China and Greece. This spread through Africa and the eastern European cultures, and was also used by the natives of America.

  • These techniques are time tested and true, with amazing results that have been documented for thousands of years.
  • The most prevalent use has been in Traditional Chinese Medicine and requires knowledge of TCM theory.

What is the difference between current vacuum therapies and traditional Chinese cupping?

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, stationary cups are placed on the skin and left for a period of five to fifteen minutes, and the cups may also be moved over the area to raise “sha”. The goal of Chinese cupping therapy is to move stagnation of blood and chi, disperse internal heat, and other applications based on Traditional Chinese Medicine diagnostics. Traditional cupping therapies are also generally used in many cultures on adults and children for respiratory conditions, pain relief, and multiple other uses in home health care.

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