Use of acupuncture to balance a person's energy and overall health
Acupuncture is the use of thin sterile metal needles inserted into specific acupuncture points. The objective is to stimulate the acupuncture point with the needle and to activate “qi”. The “qi” is also known as energy There are over 300 Acupuncture points that run on channels called meridians, corresponding to different organ systems. By activating the points along each meridian, the organ system can be balanced and symptoms can be decreased. The effects of acupuncture can be explained scientifically by the metal of the needle acting as a conductor to stimulating the body’s electromagnetism and nervous system (hence having a relaxing effect). All the needle attracts blood to the local area improving circulation and general healing
Constitutional Acupuncture uses tongue and pulse as an objective measure to come up with a treatment plan to address a person’s symptomatic picture, or concerns. It can be used to improve: - Fertility and Menstrual Issues - Menopause and Hot Flashes - Fatigue - Pain - Weight and Metabolism - Stress and Anxiety - Headaches and Sinusitis - Insomnia
Facial Acupuncture is a technique using acupuncture needles threading along wrinkles or creases in the face. It improves circulation and collagen formation to “plump” the face naturally.
Auricular Acupuncture is based on the concept that a map of the body exists on the ear, and that stimulating a point on the ear will affect the corresponding organ. The NADA protocol is an evidence based protocol used successful to treat drug, gambling, and smoking addiction.