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Acupuncture addresses not only your symptoms but also the cause of your condition. Your acupuncture experience may include adjunctive therapies such as moxibustion, cupping, magnets, gwa sha, shiatsu or dietary recommendations. These are incorporated as needed to provide optimal treatment results. 

Loss of a Loved One              
Major Surgery - before/after

By receiving supportive acupuncture treatment during such transitions, my patients often are surprised to experience a sense of calm and well-being that allows them to more easily manage their life challenges. While not a replacement for appropriate medical care, acupuncture's role in aiding these transitions can be likened to "smoothing out the bumps" along what can sometimes feel like life's "rocky road."

Commonly Treated Conditions

Anxiety and Mild Depression

​Bells Palsy

Low Back Pain

Hip Pain

Upper Back/Shoulder Pain

Knee Pain

Neck Pain

Swollen, Painful Fingers

Plantar Fasciitis

Repetitive Stress Injury
Headaches and Migraines
Peripheral Neuropathies
Allergies and Asthma



Chronic Fatigue

Fertility Issues

Restless Leg Syndrome

Weight Management

Menstrual Issues

Menopausal Symptoms

Surgical Preparation & Recovery

This is a partial listing. Please contact us if you have questions concerning a particular symptom or illness not listed here.

​​​​​What Stresses You?

Let's face it, even when life is going well, it can be filled with many stressful moments - which, over the course of a day, or weeks, or even years, can take a toll on your health. 

Acupuncture is about moving and regulating your energy, or Qi.

Your physical body and your mental and emotional states are

affected not only by each other but also by the state of your Qi.

This relationship between Qi and a person's whole being can be understood as the "body-mind-spirit" connection often referred to by holistic health practitioners.

Life transitions, because they can be stressful, often have a jarring effect on one's "body-mind-spirit." These transitions take many forms:​​