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SERVICES

CONDITIONS TREATED



MUSCULO-SKELETAL

Backache or pain Muscle cramping Localised trauma Sprains and strains Sports injuries Arthritis Disc problems Sciatica

NEUROLOGICAL

Headache Migraine Neuralgia Post-operation pain Stroke residuals Parkinson's disease Facial pain.

DIGESTIVE

Abdominal pain Hyperacidity Chronic diarrhea Indigestion Constipation.

EYE, EAR, NOSE, DENTAL

Poor vision Tired, red or itchy eyes Tinnitus Toothache Post extraction pain Gum problems.

RESPIRATORY

Sinusitis Common cold Tonsillitis Bronchitis Allergies (hay fever) Asthma.

GYNECOLOGICAL

PMS, cramps Infertility Menopause Impotence Obstetrics.






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Auricular Acupuncture

Auricular therapy involves using Acupuncture points on the ear to stimulate the body's healing ability. An acupuncturist may needle the ear during treatment while also using body Acupuncture points.

Electro-Acupuncture

Electro-Acupuncture sends mild stimulation thought through the needle to specific acupuncture points. This enhances the effectiveness of the treatment and also aides in decreasing pain.

Acupressure

Acupressure is simply using your fingers rather than needles to stimulate acupuncture points. These points will stimulate the body to naturally heal itself.

Cupping

It is commonly used for sore and painful muscles. Small glass globes or plastic cups are placed on the skin and are moved or left in place for several minutes.

Moxibustion

Most commonly used in a smokeless stick placed above the skin, the goal of this technique is to increase the effectiveness of the acupuncture point or increase circulation and the healing process in that area.

Gwa Sha

Gwa Sha is a technique used to release muscular tension and increase circulation of blood to the area. A specialized tool is used to gently scrape or rub the affected area.






TESTIMONIALS

  • Laurie has helped dozens of my clients who have gastro- intestinal issues achieve normal, healthy digestion. I rely on her expertise and experience often.
    Cynthia F. Catts, RD
  • Went today for My second treatment. When I arrived I was exhausted. After the therapy I felt like the energizer Bunny.
    Dwight Johnson
  • Very holistic approach. Professional, competent and very strong! Visit includes massage, acupuncture and added modalities when needed like cupping & moxibustion. Followed by warm quiet comfortable rest then some finish work to leave you feeling absolutely wonderful. Always amazed by the ways acupuncture can help. Herbal, diet recs, exercises and other resources. My insurance does not pay but it is still way worth the cost for your health.
    Jane Doe

MAKE AN APPOINTMENT

On your first visit most acupuncturists will listen carefully to you in an extensive interview which provides vital clues to an overall pattern of health or disease. The acupuncturist will feel subtle variations in the pulses in the wrist to determine a wealth of information about how the body is functioning. The condition of the tongue, smell, overall appearance of face and skin and emotional state all are important indicators of your condition. Particular patterns are discerned to determine which specific points on the body to use.

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