Acupuncture is the insertion of fine needles into the body at specific points, balancing the flow of energy to treat health problems. Chinese Acupuncture Specialists have mapped these points over a period of two thousand years. Modern day electromagnetic research has confirmed their locations.
During the first session I will spend additional time going over the details of your medical health, activities and nutrition. This information will enable us to create a personalized treatment plan to meet your needs.
NOTE: Developing your treatment plan requires 90 minutes. Subsequent appointments are 60 minutes.
Please download, print and fill out our health form and bring to your first session.
Toothaches and pain after tooth extraction, earaches, sinus inflammation, nasal inflammation or dryness.
Uncomplicated bronchial asthma in children and adults, lung weakness, allergies, colds and flus, acute and chronic bronchitis.
Digestive tract problems, inflammation of the stomach, ulcers, Inflammation of the colon, constipation, diarrhea.
Conjunctivitis, general eye inflammation, cataracts.
Headaches, migraines, facial paralysis, nerve pain, weakness after a stroke, inflammation of joints, fibromyalgia, arthritis, sciatica, low back pain, shoulder and neck tension.
Insomnia, anxiety, palpitation, hypertension.
"The scope of herbal medicine ranges from mild-acting plant medicines such as chamomile and peppermint, to very potent ones such as foxglove (from which the drug digitalis is derived). In between these two poles lies a wide spectrum of plant medicine with significant medical applications. One need only go to the United States Pharmacopoeia to see the central role that plant medicine has played in American medicine." -Donald Brown, N.D., of Bastyr College, in Seattle, Washington
Prices based on selection and quantity
Mint, Dandelion, Rhubarb Root, Cattail Pollen, Fennel, Licorice Root, other plants also common to North America and Europe.
Mysterious, especially potent, limited to dry seahorses, woody fungi and gingko.
"Let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food." -Hippocrates (460-377 B.C.)
Usually included with Acupuncture and Massage Therapy sessions
I will respectfully consider your food preferences, schedule and overall condition when making nutritional recommendations.