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WHAT TO EXPECT


INITIAL TREATMENT- Approximately 90 minutes.


Full heath history and treatment included along with any appropriate adjunct modalities.


SUBSEQUENT TREATMENTS-Approximately 60 minutes.


Brief update on health circumstances as well as response to previous treatment.


TUI NA

An ancient Chinese medicine technique that manipulates the body by rolling, brushing, kneading, pressing and traction. This technique helps to open up the bodys flow of energy to promote circulation and movement to help the body heal itself. It is particularly helpful for musculoskeletal conditions and effective in promoting Qi flow in the meridians. 

TDP LAMP

This type of lamp coincides with the electro-magnetic wavelengths that are released by the body. There is a mineral plate through which the TDP emits essential minerals that are vital to our cells and tissues. This lamp can regulate metabolism, decrease inflammation, alleviate pain, aid in healing soft tissue injuries, skin conditions and arthritis.

CUPPING

Aincent Chinese medicine technique that utilizes glass, plastic or bamboo suction cups to remove stagnation in the body, increase circulation, muscle movement and decrease pain.

SHIATSU

Literally means "Finger Pressure." It is a body work technique that involves finger and palm pressure along the meridians to help with stress, muscle aches and pains, nausea, depression, anxiety and insomnia. 

MOXIBUSTION

Involves the burning of the Chinese herb known as mugwort. This herb warms the skin or a specific acupuncture point to increase ciruclation systemically as well as locally. It also tonifies the body to strengthen it so it can function optimally. 

GUA SHA


A technique that uses a tool for cutaneous stimulation to remove stagnations of Qi and blood that may be causing pain, stiffness, nausea, cough and many other ailments.  It is used to improve the bodies metabolic processes. 

ELECTRIC STIMULATION

Uses a fine electric current that is attached to an acupuncture point to further stimulate the body. This technique provides circulation enhancement and is generally used to treat musculoskeletal pains and also to promote labor.

BACKGROUND OF ACUPUNCTURE 


Acupuncture has been used for over 2000 years to prevent, diagnose and treat a wide range of diseases. Acupuncture promotes overall well-being, strengthens the body's natural defense systems, alleviate pain, promotes circulation and improve organ function. The acupuncture needles inserted into the body aim to promote homeostasis  and are very effective in treating diseases to improve the quality of life. Needles are generally retained for 20 to 30 minutes, but the length of treatment time can vary depending on the ailment being treated.