What Can Acupuncture Help With?

The general theory is that proper physiological function and health depend on the circulation of nutrients, substances, and energy called Qi through a network of “channels” or “meridians.” This network connects every organ and part of the body, providing balance, regulation, and coordination of physiological processes. Acupuncture treats health conditions by stimulating “acu-points”. Stimulation of the appropriate acu-points through acupuncture treatments helps to restore sufficient, continuous, and even flow of Qi and other nutrients throughout the body, restoring health and balance to the body while relieving pain and other symptoms.

Because acupuncture works by stimulating the body’s own healing mechanisms, acupuncture provides a natural, drug-free approach to getting well or out of pain without the risks of side effects from unnecessary surgeries or medications.

Many people who are viewed as being in great health by Western medicine standards, use acupuncture to improve their quality of life by using acupuncture to help remain pain and illness free. Many people report that acupuncture helps to enhance their mood, thus decreasing stress, increase energy, improve sleep, regulate hormonal cycles, improve digestion, strengthen immune system to fight off allergies, colds, and flus, ease aches and pain, decrease muscle and joint inflammation, hasten recovery from surgeries and injuries, and manage chronic health conditions.

Acupuncture focuses on the root of the problem, not just the symptoms. The conditions listed are the most common conditions that people see Acupuncturists for. However, if your condition isn’t listed here, it doesn’t mean that Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine cannot treat your condition. Get in contact with me and I’ll be happy to let you know if your condition can be treated with Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine.