Acupuncture works by balancing the yin and yang, the two opposing but complementary forces in the body. When these forces are unbalanced, the Qi, or the life force, is stagnant, leading to illness or pain. Inserting very thin needles into key energy channels along the body balances Qi and restores its harmony.
Acupuncture can effectively treat a wide range of ailments and conditions, from chronic pain and allergies to hypertension and diabetes.
Some of the conditions that we successfully treat:
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Chronic Fatigue
- Common Cold
- Dental Pain
- Digestive Trouble
- Emotional Problems
- Eye Problems
- Facial palsy/tics
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Low Back Pain
- Menstrual Irregularities
- Morning Sickness
- Reproductive Problems
- Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
- Shoulder Pain
- Sleep Disturbances
- Smoking Cessation
- Sore Throat
- Tennis Elbow
- Trigeminal Neuralgia
- Urinary Tract Infections
- Initial health review is required, the cost is $145.00
- One on one care
- 30 minutes with the acupuncturist
- More time to discuss needs
- No unwanted noises or distractions
- Customized care
- Coverage by some insurance companies
- Private room
- Choice of recliner or table
- $75.00 fee per treatment
- Needle placement is not limited
- Appointments available 4 days a week
Energetic Health offers two styles of acupuncture services – Private and Community. We want to make sure that you understand the benefits of each approach so you can make an informed decision about what type of acupuncture services are right for you.
Training & Education
Over 65 acupuncture schools and colleges in the U.S. exist and require training programs that range from 3-4 years, including an internship.
20 states carry over 800 drug dependency programs that include acupuncture. Patients who go through these programs have lower re-arrest rates on drug related charges.
In a study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, 51% of medical doctors understand the eﬃcacy and value of acupuncture and refer patients to acupuncturists.
Military & War Zones
The U.S. military was introduced to acupuncture during the Vietnam War, when local physicians were allowed to administer acupuncture to Vietnamese patients at a U.S. Army surgical hospital.
Most recently, Col. Richard Niemtzow, an Air Force physician began a program in 2001 termed “battleﬁeld acupuncture.” Air Force, Navy, and Army doctors are taking acupuncture to the war zones of Iraq and Afghanistan as part of emergency care in combat and in frontline hospitals.
Questions and Answers
Is Acupuncture Safe?
Yes! It has been used for well over 5000 years to help billions of people. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved acupuncture needles for use by licensed practitioners in 1996 and requires that acupuncturists follow strict safety guidelines: only sterile, nontoxic needles that are labeled for Single Use Only.
Do Acupuncture Needles Hurt?
You can ﬁt close to 10 acupuncture needles inside the tip of one hypodermic needle. Once the needles are inserted, some patients may experience a mild tingling or a sensation of fullness, along with an increased sense of relaxation–no discomfort. Over 80% of patients fall asleep during treatment.
How Many Treatments Will I Need?
Each patient is diﬀerent. The initial phase of the treatment plan is usually between 4-10 visits. The length of treatment depends on how long the condition has been present and how quickly the patient responds to treatment. Generally, patients with more acute conditions respond faster than those with chronic conditions.