Treatments

Acupuncture

Acupuncture works to activate and balance the movement of fluids, blood and functional energetics within the body. When areas along the acupuncture pathways become clogged or weak, like a traffic jam on a highway or an overpass in need of repair, signs of discomfort or disease may appear.

 

Chinese  Herbs

Chinese Herbal Medicine does the same thing, but works from the inside out with each herb showing an affinity towards certain channel pathways or internal organs. For this reason, herbal medicine is especially effective when combined with acupuncture.

 

Functional Nutrition

Our custom nutrition and herbal programs restore your foundation of your health and create long-term wellness. We have found that if we support the foundation using whole food supplements, all subsequent therapies (herbal, manual, or acupuncture) are more effective. Each client is unique and recommendations specifically tailored to each individual using supplements only available to healthcare professionals.

 

Acupressure, Massage, Bodywork

Chinese Therapeutic Massage as taught in Chinese medical schools goes far beyond the expected applications for muscle pain; by working with the body’s pathways as used in acupuncture, Asian Bodywork techniques can treat many internal conditions as well.

 

Cupping Therapy & Gua Sha

Fire-Cupping or ba guan is a fascinating method of treatment in which a special cup or jar is attached to the skin by suction, and then often moved along the acupuncture pathways. Gua Sha uses special tools to mobilize soft tissues for detoxification and pain relief. Both are especially effective for musculoskeletal conditions, often relieving pain after a single application.

Rates

 

Initial Consultation:

$75.oo

  • Tongue Evaluation

  • Pulse Diagnostics

  • Acupuncture Treatment

  • Herbal Recommendations as appropriate

  • Cupping or Gua Sha as needed

  • Plan for course of treatment

  • Educational materials

 

Pregnancy Support, Labor Stimulation:

$85.oo - $95.oo

  • Pre-Birth Cervical Ripening

  • Post-Term Labor Stimulation

  • Post-Partum Support

  • Nutritional and Herbal Recommendations

  • Cupping or Gua Sha for pain as need