What is Acupuncture?

Originated in China, the art of Acupuncture is an ancient healing technique in which the practitioner inserts hair-thin needles into specific points on the body, preventing and treating many different symptoms.

From generalized chronic or acute aches and pains to various types of physical imbalances (such allergies, migraines, insomnia, infertility and chronic fatigue syndrome to name a few), acupuncture helps the blood, fluids and life energy in the body to unblock what is causing the disharmony.

Acupuncture can also be incredibly effective for symptoms related to psychological and emotional imbalances, as well as “stress” related symptoms. Everything in ourselves and the world around us is energy, and when the energy is blocked we experience symptoms that can lead into pathological results. Acupuncture works for both preventing disease, as well as relieving symptoms that are preventing one from living in a healthy and vibrant body.

The beauty of this medicine is the lack of side effects as well as long term lasting results.

It is now beginning to be accepted and recognized for its effectiveness in major Hospitals, Addiction Recovery Centers, Infertility Centers,  and research centers such the NIH (National Institution of Health) and other well established Institutions around the United States.


Acupressure uses a similar approach to acupuncture, but without the insertion of the thin-acupuncture needles. The practitioner uses his or her hands and fingers by gently pressing acupuncture points in the body to help relieve specific symptoms or disharmonies.

We recommend Acupuncture & Acupressure for some of the following:

  • Relief of symptoms from Cancer Treatments and Cancer
  • Infertility (both for males and females)
  • Facial Rejuvenation (Wrinkle reduction)
  • Migraines (whether they are chronic or acute)
  • Pain Management (back, joints, fibromyalgia, inflammation, arthritis)
  • Metabolic Imbalances (acid reflex, irritable bowel syndrome, mood swings, chronic fatigue etc)
  • Allergies (sinuses, allergies to foods and the environment, unknown causes)
  • Addictions (whether it be food addictions, alcohol, cigarettes or other addictive substances)