Acupuncture for prevention, healing and wellness

Acupuncture is considered an effective method of treatment by the World Health Organization for numerous conditions. With over 2,000 years of history behind it, the ancient Chinese practice of acupuncture has spread, grown, and evolved in many remarkable ways since its inception. In this article, we look at the many different types of acupuncture that… Read More

Chronic pain

Chronic pain We seldom give importance to minor pains and niggles, but once the pain starts getting worse, your quality of life is greatly impacted by it. Chronic pain is an exceedingly common condition impacting an estimated 76.5 million Americans. In fact, chronic pain can be extremely distressful. Chronic pain becomes a part of your… Read More

The wonders of healing with needles

Have you heard of Acupuncture and want to know more? You’ve come to the right place. We invite you  to learn more about the Acupuncture and the miracles, that Treatment can show. What situations should you go for Acupuncture Treatment, how the Acupuncture method works and how such an ancient method of Treatment can challenge… Read More


Seasonal allergies, also known as Allergic Rhinitis, are no joke. The coughing, sneezing, and itching that these allergies produce causes great discomfort and lost productivity for millions of Americans each year. Almost everyone has experienced, or knows someone who has experienced both the frustrating physiological and mental effects of Allergic Rhinitis. Allergic Rhinitis works by… Read More

Ankle sprain

Injuries caused by participation in athletic activities are common among both recreational and professional athletes. While acupuncture techniques have been used in China and Hong Kong for a long time as an alternative or  supplementary treatment (Fong, 2008), they are also now being used in the West. Studies carried out by Western scientists confirm findings… Read More

Acupuncture and Migraines

There are few conditions more actively debilitating than frequent migraines.  Every year tens of millions of Americans experience migraine headaches, characterized by moderate to severe head pain lasting between 2 and 72 hours. These headaches are often worsened by secondary effects such as nausea, making the performance of daily physical tasks exceedingly difficult. While there… Read More