Acupuncture has been practiced for over five thousand years. It is practiced by over 25% of the world’s population being used daily in China, Korea, Japan and most Asian countries. It is slowly becoming more popular and embraced by the western world.
Since our bodies have an energy field of its own, when the proper balance or flow is disrupted, disease can take hold. Acupuncture seeks to reinstate the proper flow and energy balance to afflicted areas of the body and thereby assist the body to heal itself by natural means. There are no side effects and results are quickly achieved.
Ailments such as aches, pains, acne, allergies, eczema, hormone imbalances, menopause, migraines, PMS, psoriasis, respiratory problems, smoking cessation, and warts are just a few that have been successfully treated with acupuncture.
In order to get the most out of acupuncture a certified practitioner should perform all treatments. There are hundreds of acupuncture points and extensive training is required to achieve maximum results. Treatments are relatively painless and for those that are needle-phobic, needleless acupuncture is also offered.