Acupuncture is a pillar of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
As a practitioner with extensive background performing manual treatments, I believe that physical therapies are an important part of treating the physical body.
My experience performing acupuncture and overseeing patients at The Guangzhou Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in southern China crystalized acupuncture as an integral part of my medicine bag.
This technique uses thin needles inserted into the body’s meridians to redirect, harmonize and stimulate energy (qi) flow.
The art and science of Acupuncture is selecting an exact collection of points to address your qi disruption.
However, it is not limited to energetic benefits but has direct effects on muscle tissue tension, collagen production and blood circulation.
There is a mounting body of research on acupuncture’s efficacy in pain alleviation, headaches, menstrual and fertility treatments, insomnia and stress management.