Therapies Available

  • Massage Therapy
  • Muscle Release
  • MFR / Unwinding
  • Neuromuscular Integration and Structural Alignment
  • Acupuncture
  • TBM (Total Body Modification)
  • Cranial Sacral 1 & 2
  • A Little About Acupuncture

    The World Health Organization (W.H.O.) recognizes acupuncture to treat
    more than 43 common disorders:

  • Gastrointestinal disorders, such as food allergies, peptic ulcer, chronic diarrhea, constipation, indigestion, anorexia and gastritis.
  • Gynecological disorders, such as irregular, heavy, painful periods, PMS, infertility in women and men.
  • Respiratory disorders such as emphysema, sinusitis, asthma, allergies and bronchitis.
  • Disorders of bones, muscles and joints, as well as the nervous system that include, arthritides, migraines, headaches, neuralgia, insomnia, dizziness, low back, neck and shoulder pain.
  • Emotional and psychological disturbances including depression and anxiety.
  • Eye, ear and throat disorders Supportive therapy for other chronic and debilitating disorders.
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    Is Acupuncture Safe? Painful?

    Clean Needle Technique: A Manual for Acupuncturists and other Healthcare Professionals
    The protocol I follow for handling and disposing of needles is written by Jenny Belluomini.
    I do not reuse needles and they are individually packaged.
    Acupuncture needles are very fine and flexible. They are about the diameter of a human hair;
    most times the insertion is painless through the skin.
    You may feel electricity, or heaviness in the area of the insertion .
    If a needle is inserted into a sore spot in the muscle, the muscle may jump.
    Most people receiving acupuncture treatments find it relaxing and may even fall asleep.