Acupuncture will help put your body back into balance for your optimal health. Try acupuncture first before you try other treatments, try it when other treatments do not work, or use it in conjunction with other treatments.
Acupuncture can be used in conjunction with other therapies such as chiropractic, physical therapy, psychiatry, massage and others. Our acupuncturists have experience working with other medical professionals to design a comprehensive treatment plan to best suit the patient's needs.
The solution for:
- Back and Neck Pain
- Bladder/Kidney Problems
- Carpal Tunnel
- Heart Problems/HBP
- Immune System Deficiency
- Sexual Dysfunction
- Skin Problems
- Trauma Injuries
- and more...
Will insurance cover acupuncture
Some insurance policies cover acupuncture, you will need to consult your insurance company to be sure. Worker's compensation and car insurance in case of an accident may be covered with a doctor's referral. All flexible spending and health savings accounts can be used to pay for your acupuncture treatment.
What's it like?
Acupuncture is very relaxing and you may even fall asleep during your treatment. You may feel a tingling or heaviness after the needle has been inserted. We use single use pre-sterilized needles in our treatments. These needles are the diameter of a human hair and are inserted into the body at very specific points according to your unique pattern of imbalance. You may experience instant relief after one visit or you may have relief after a few visits. Treatments last 45 - 60 minutes.
"Acupuncture continues to greatly assist my training for the Olympics. The objective of high intensity training is to push the body beyond it's limits in order to gain speed, medals and top human performance. It is stressful and compromises the yin/yan of body balance and health. Acupuncture does a fantastic job of correcting the damage immediately, before the unhealthy exercise becomes disease or injury. I am all about protecting myself during this athletic phase of my life, so my life 'after Olympics' is healthy and enjoyable."
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