Acupuncture

April 17, 2017
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Acupuncture

Have you tried Acupuncture before?

There are many reasons why people turn to acupuncture!

Q. Why would i do Acupuncture?

A. – Acupuncture is an integral part of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine). It has been used to treat many kinds of ailments and chronic illnesses for thousands of years.  Some of theses illnesses include TMJ issues, headaches, allergies/sinus, digestive disorders, infertility/women’s health, insomnia, anxiety, smoking cessation, and chronic muscle pain and weakness. Ideally, it should be used as an essential part of a wellness plan to prevent disease, boost the immune system, alleviate pain, and improve circulation throughout the body.
 Q.What does acupuncture feel like?
 A. – The needles used during an acupuncture treatment are extremely thin and flexible. You may experience some heaviness or tingling but there should be little to no pain. Angela Irwin is known for her gentle touch and caring personality. She encourages feedback from her clients to make sure they have a pleasant and relaxing Acupuncture session.
Q. How many sessions do i need?
 A. – The number of acupuncture treatments needed depends on what we are treating, how long the patient has been dealing with the issue, and how fast their body responds. Acupuncture is cumulative. I recommend trying a few visits 1-2 times per week to see how your body responds.
 
Q. Who is the best client for Acupuncture?

A. – Anyone can get acupuncture/acupressure. There are specific points we avoid during pregnancy but it can help with morning sickness, back & hip pain, and emotional imbalance.

Q. Can i get acupuncture when i am pregnant?

 A. – Anyone can get acupuncture/acupressure. There are specific points we avoid during pregnancy but it can help with morning sickness, back & hip pain, and emotional imbalance.
Q. I am super stressed out all week with work will acupuncture help me?
 A. – Absolutely! We can help you relax and address the negative effects of recurring stress.

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