Headache Relief

Do you suffer from headaches? We help you understand the root cause of your headaches and work toward both symptom relief and long-term reduction in heaches.

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Headache Relief

Stress Management

Stressed out? Many of us are these days. Did you know that stress can affect both your mental and physical health? We can help you manage your stress.

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Stress Management

Injury Recovery

We provide help for athletes of all types. From the competitive to the recreational to the “everyday” athlete. Acupuncture can improve healing time.

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Injury Recovery

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Acupuncture
Acupuncture

Acupuncture is the manual therapy most easily associated with traditional Chinese Medicine. In acupuncture, specific points on the body are stimulated by inserting a thin, sterile needle into the point. The needle may be manipulated and removed right away or left in place for a while. Manipulation of the needle may be by hand or with electrical stimulation producing a mild tingling sensation. Acupuncture is an effective treatment for a wide variety of conditions. Afraid of needle? Ask us about acupressure instead.

Acupuncture
Acupuncture

Acupuncture is the manual therapy most easily associated with traditional Chinese Medicine. In acupuncture, specific points on the body are stimulated by inserting a thin, sterile needle into the point. The needle may be manipulated and removed right away or left in place for a while. Manipulation of the needle may be by hand or with electrical stimulation producing a mild tingling sensation. Acupuncture is an effective treatment for a wide variety of conditions. Afraid of needle? Ask us about acupressure instead.

Cupping
Cupping

Cupping therapy is another manual therapy that has been around for millennia and has been used by a wide variety of cultures including Egyptian, Asian, Eastern European and African. In cupping a vacuum is created before placing the cups on the skin. This draws the skin and underlying soft tissues upward away from the body. The negative pressure acts to stretch the tissues (instead of compressing as in massage) to relieve trigger points in the muscles and improve local blood circulation to relieve pain and promote healing.

Cupping
Cupping

Cupping therapy is another manual therapy that has been around for millennia and has been used by a wide variety of cultures including Egyptian, Asian, Eastern European and African. In cupping a vacuum is created before placing the cups on the skin. This draws the skin and underlying soft tissues upward away from the body. The negative pressure acts to stretch the tissues (instead of compressing as in massage) to relieve trigger points in the muscles and improve local blood circulation to relieve pain and promote healing.

Gua Sha
Gua Sha

Gua Sha is an ancient healing technique used throughout Asia. It is used to move stuck blood, promoting normal circulation to the muscles, tissues and organs directly beneath the surface being treated. The technique also stimulates the body’s natural pain-relieving opiod system and may block the pain response pathways. Use of Gua Sha can create immediate changes in stiffness, pain and mobility. It can also help break down adhesions in muscles that are overused.

Gua Sha
Gua Sha

Gua Sha is an ancient healing technique used throughout Asia. It is used to move stuck blood, promoting normal circulation to the muscles, tissues and organs directly beneath the surface being treated. The technique also stimulates the body’s natural pain-relieving opiod system and may block the pain response pathways. Use of Gua Sha can create immediate changes in stiffness, pain and mobility. It can also help break down adhesions in muscles that are overused.

Massage
Massage

Massage therapy is a manual therapy that addresses the soft tissues of the body. There are many different types of massage therapy. The most familiar massage techniques here in North America are based on Swedish massage techniques. In Traditional Chinese Medicine massage was called Tui Na and was a more vigorous style than the Swedish techniques. Other popular styles include Thai massage and Shiatsu (or acupressure) massage. Be sure to speak to your therapist about what styles they are trained in and what you are comfortable with.

Massage
Massage

Massage therapy is a manual therapy that addresses the soft tissues of the body. There are many different types of massage therapy. The most familiar massage techniques here in North America are based on Swedish massage techniques. In Traditional Chinese Medicine massage was called Tui Na and was a more vigorous style than the Swedish techniques. Other popular styles include Thai massage and Shiatsu (or acupressure) massage. Be sure to speak to your therapist about what styles they are trained in and what you are comfortable with.

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