Introduction To Acupuncture

Acupuncturists use fine needles, medical massage, and various Chinese herbs to treat pain, hormonal imbalances, insomnia, emotional distress, infertility, etc. We also use natural methods (such as nutrition, diet, and lifestyle counseling) to prevent diseases before they have a chance to occur.

Sometimes people are afraid of getting acupuncture, but I assure you I am very, very soft and the use of very thin steel needles, as thin as a human hair. I also use Chinese herbal formulas modified for each of my patients to restore back to optimal wellness. Like my father’s doctors who specialize in hormone balance, thyroid, menopause and adolescence, and to sustainable weight loss. I also work to reduce stress and pain.

My goal as an acupuncturist is able to provide relief of symptoms and treating the root cause of their conditions. In this way you get better quickly, but also stop recurring problems, as they are increasingly healthy and healthy house. In fact, I’m pretty sure you can benefit from the wisdom of 5000 years of our medicine because it helped me recover from the exhaustion of the thyroid and adrenal fatigue a few years ago. So I can identify with you about these conditions and I can say with certainty what really works.

An ideal reference for an acupuncturist is a person whose stress level is not healthy, who wants to feel more relaxed in daily life, a woman or a man with concern the thyroid, neck / back or joint pain, or children and adolescents with social anxiety, insomnia, poor attention, or asthma.

You can have a richer, fuller, more relaxing experience. Imagine having a lot of energy, sleeping well every night, I just want food that are good for you.

If stress has taken its toll on their health, if you have hormonal imbalances that are making their daily lives feeling sad or a burden, if you want to lose weight or stop smoking or become pregnant but have not yet been, acupuncture is response.

Acupuncture has been described as original awakening intelligence of the body to heal itself. Georjana’m ashamed and I am happy to say the medicine of ancient China is at your fingertips.

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