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One-on-one time with a practitioner.
This setting is great for people who seek more one-on-one time with a practitioner or for those who are easily distracted by ambient noise. An individual appointment is also recommended for people with hip or sacral complaints.
CURRENTLY NOT OFFERED DUE TO COVID-19
Getting back to the roots of acupuncture.
Acupuncture is provided in a group setting which keeps costs low and allows for frequent treatments. Community acupuncture is excellent for people on a maintenance plan, although we are happy to help people with chronic or complicated ailments.
Improves the flow of qi and overall health.
Moxibustion is a technique of burning the herb mugwort (Artemisia Vulgaris) above the skin. Moxibustion has been used in Asia for thousands of years and is frequently performed in combination with acupuncture. The Chinese character for acupuncture translates to "acupuncture-moxibustion." The mugwort herb promotes blood flow, stimulates the flow of "qi" and strengthens overall health.
Cupping is often described as "reverse massage." Glass or plastic cups are strategically placed on the skin and a suction is created either with fire or a pump. Cupping can help with pain inflammation, promote blood flow, relaxation and general well-being. Most patients report that cupping feels good and there is little to no discomfort.
Traditional Asian medicine.
Herbal medicine is an important part of traditional Asian medicine and has been used for thousands of years to treat acute and chronic illness. Herbal medicine is gaining popularity in America and is offered in multiple hospitals including Cleveland Clinic and Mayo Clinic.
A traditional Chinese scraping technique.
Gua sha is a scraping technique on the skin with a special tool. It is used to promote blood flow and can treat a myriad of conditions including muscular pain, plantar fasciitis and swelling.
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