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What is Acupuncture?

Overall promotes homeostasis and self-healing. In short, acupuncture stimulates the body to heal itself.

Acupuncture influences:

The Nervous system: aiding healing for muscles, nerves and internal organs

The Cardiovascular system: blood flow, distribution of nutrients, hormones

The Endocrine System: Hypothalamus- Pituitary- Adrenal Axis Regulation, which is the major pathway for homeostasis regulation

The Immune System: helps strengthen the immune function of the body


Improved sleep and stress response, stabilize mood

Increased energy, decreased pain

Acupuncture can help with:

Neck/shoulder pain

Mid/low back pain

Sciatica pain

Muscle pain/injury



Women's health: menstrual cycle pain/bloating/menopause


Does acupuncture hurt?

Acupuncture needles are so incredibly small and thin (up to 50 times thinner than a standard hypodermic needle), they are barely noticeable when inserted. Some people who experience acupuncture report feeling nothing at all; others report feeling a mild discomfort, followed by a mild sensation of cramping, tingling, numbness, warmth, or heaviness. Acupuncture needles are normally left in place for 20 to 40 minutes.

**Acupuncture techniques combine well with chiropractic care, creating the perfect homeostasis in the body for healing**

First time Acupuncture Paperwork: **Page 1 CLICK HERE**   **Page 2 CLICK HERE**