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The Body Works Best When Balanced



The body works best when balanced...


It’s a simple concept, right? We intuitively understand that all things require balance, yet oftentimes our lives can take us out of this balance. When the body is balanced, it is most efficient. The mind, body, and spirit are working together. In America, we are familiar with medical doctors, chiropractors, and physical therapists correcting imbalances in our bodies. Most of these practitioners use the muscular, skeletal, and nervous systems to correct these imbalances. Acupuncture is a modality of East Asian Medicine. Acupuncturists focus on adjusting imbalances within the body through the use of the systems of western medicine as well as the meridian system, a system unique to East Asian Medicine. 

Acupuncture is a wonderful adjunct to chiropractic care.


Acupuncture therapy involves the use of hair-thin needles, strategically inserted into points along the meridian system that correlate with specific bodily functions. Acupuncture promotes natural healing and improved overall function. Chiropractic treatments work well in establishing alignment and free-flow of nervous system function in the body while acupuncture takes advantage of this newly freed energy reservoir and utilizes it to supplement deficient organs.

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Want to know more about acupuncture and how it works?


Recently, there have been many studies that address the efficacy of acupuncture. You can find some of the best studies here:  Efficacy of Acupuncture Studies

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What does acupuncture treat?

Acupuncture is a modality within the field of East Asian Medicine. Simply put, any condition that Western medicine treats can be treated with Asian medicine. Your Asian medicine practitioner will be able to use acupuncture for a number of conditions, most of which are recommended to be treated with acupuncture by the WHO, including:


  • Low back pain

  • Neck pain

  • Sciatica

  • Tennis elbow

  • Knee pain

  • Peri-arthritis of the shoulder

  • Sprains

  • Facial pain

  • TMJ disorder

  • Headache

  • Dental pain

  • Acute and chronic gastritis

  • Rheumatoid arthritis

  • Induction of labor

  • Breech birth presentation

  • Morning sickness

  • Nausea and vomiting

  • Postoperative pain

  • Stroke

  • Essential hypertension

  • Primary hypotension

  • Renal colic

  • Leucopenia

  • Radiation/chemo reactions

  • Allergic rhinitis,

  • Hay fever

  • Biliary colic

  • Depression

  • Acute bacillary dysentery

  • Primary dysmenorrhea

  • Acute epigastralgia

  • Peptic ulcer

And many more…!

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