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Acupuncture is a technique in which a licensed practitioner inserts fine needles into the skin to stimulate key areas of the body. It helps promote healing naturally to treat various health problems.  The patient lies on a padded table during treatment.

The practice of Acupuncture, which is rooted in the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), is a complete system of healthcare that has been refined over millennia. It is based on an energetic medical model, whereas allopathic or conventional medicine is based on a physiological medical model. If one is familiar with the principles of Biology and Physics, one knows that if the life force (qi) of the body is balanced, then the physiology moves toward balance and the body, mind and spirit naturally return to health.

There exist pathways in the body in which the qi travels called channels or meridians. These meridians traverse every part of the body and connect internally to all organs and tissues. Along meridians on the surface of the body are Acupuncture points where qi is easily accessed and redirected. Insertion of a thin, sterile needle at these precise points allows the practitioner to gently guide the qi back to its natural and healthy flow without side effects.

It treats various health problems including but not limited to:

  • Chronic Pain
    • Back, neck, knees, elbows, arthritis
  • Stress and Anxiety
    • Headaches, fatigue, sleeping problems
  • Digestive Disorders
    • Abdominal pain, constipation, indigestion
  • Psychological Disorders
  • Emotional Disorders

It is used to help manage health conditions or enhance wellness by manipulating the soft tissue of the body.

  • Reduces Stress and Anxiety
  • Helps loosen tight muscles
  • Decreases Pain
  • Improves Sleep

Types of Massage Therapy

This is a great go-to massage for those who want a more relaxing massage.  It is usually full-body and gentler.  Perfect for those new to massages.

Suffering from tight and sore muscles?  This massage technique uses more pressure to get into your muscles and tendons to release the tightness. This is great for those with chronic muscle pain and injuries.


A knot in your neck or a tight spot in your back is a trigger point.  This massage uses focused and direct pressure to target those areas.  It helps to increase blood flow to the area and the muscles to release.

This is a kind of massage that is focused on soft-tissue injury rehabilitation.  The tissues and muscles surrounding the joints of the body.  In addition to alleviating the source of bodily pain and tension, it also works to restore balance to the physical structures.  Goals for an Orthopedic Massage include decreasing pain, increasing range of motion, and preparing the body to return to normal daily routines.

This is an application of a hands-on techniques to body tissues with the intent to therapeutically assess and treat.  To perform manual therapy, it requires significant training in human anatomy and physiology and the understanding on how manipulating tissues will impact physical function.  Manual therapy can drastically reduce pain and inflammation, relieve muscle tension and increase circulation to the affected area.