Acupuncture The insertion of very fine, sterile and single-use needles placed in specific acupuncture points to assist rebalancing organ and biomedical disharmonies.
Herbal Therapy A prescription of herbs that is specifically designed to address an individual’s symptoms and constitution. They may be dispensed in powders or pills.
Cupping A technique in which sterilized glass cups are heated to create a suction and then applied to the skin. Not only is it pain-free but many people find it very relaxing. It is used to increase circulation and release deep rooted lactic acid.
Moxibustion A technique that is used to stimulate acupuncture points. An herb called mugwort, commonly known as moxa, is heated over particular areas of the body giving a warming sensation. Moxibustion is commonly used to promote circulation and boost the immune system.
Electrical Stimulation A technique in which small alligator clips are placed on inserted acupuncture needles. A small 9-volt battery operated machine is then turned on and micro-current stimulates the acupuncture point. E-stim reduces inflammation and releases endorphins. This is similar to the TENS unit that physical therapists use.
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