Acupuncture can help with:
- Colds and Flu
Many other ailments, conditions and used as preventative medicine. Please refer to the World Health Organization for more information.
Acupuncture is one of many modalities in the field known as East Asian Medicine. Acupuncturists are trained to understand the body’s subtle energy flow, listening to the individual’s body and working in the highest interest of the patients overall health.
- One common form of listening used by Acupuncturists is taking the clients pulse with their index, middle and ring fingers. The pulse gives Acupuncturists information about the bodies meridians and where there may be imbalance.
- Acupuncturists will also take a look at a patients’ tongue; noting color, coating and shape to gain a better idea of what is happening internally for that patient.
Imbalances in the the body’s natural energy flow begin as small, easily disregarded issues and advance incrementally, manifesting into distinguishable dis-eases and also more serious chronic syndromes. By noting any changes in energy level or physical performance early-on and getting regular preventative medicine treatments, one can help to eliminate more serious ailments down the road.
Along with helping to prevent disease, acupuncture also helps to relieve the symptoms of many diseases, common ailments, chronic pain, fatigue and more*. Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine work together harmoniously, they are a complete medical system in-and-of themselves and are adaptable to work in conjunction with any western medical science or treatment plan.