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Acupuncture is the oldest practiced medical system in the world, and is used by 1/3 of the world’s population as a primary health care system. Extremely fine, hair-thin needles are placed at specific acupunc- ture points on the body. When the needles are inserted, the client may experience a sensation of warmth or tingling. Most people are surprised to find treatments quite relaxing. The length and frequency of a treatment may vary for each individual.

    Because of its relatively low cost and its non-invasive nature, acupuncture has become a highly popular form of complementary health care

in the United States.


    Patients who are committed to a healthy lifestyle and receive ongoing acupuncture treatment for maintenance and health promotion experience:​​


    Surveys conclude that patients who receive acupuncture pay visits to their physicians less frequently and use less medication. In addition,

over 2/3 of those surveyed reported having avoided recommended surgery.

  •  less illness and quicker recovery

  •  improved vitality and stamina

  •  sustainability of good health

  •  more harmonious relationships

  •  reductions of long-term health care costs

    The World Health Organization recognizes the ability of acupuncture to treat over 40 common disorders including: chronic pain, allergies and asthma, sleep problems, stress/anxiety, headaches, back pain, infertility and depression. Acupuncture

is often an effective therapy for other chronic and debilitating disorders that have no clear origin or explanation.

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