Acupuncture sessions are designed to further optimize your health from a physical and energetic perspective, utilizing Traditional Chinese Medicine techniques. It is an effective and supportive system of healing for stress, hormone balancing, digestion, anxiety, and many others. These sessions involve needle insertion, a brief follow-up of symptoms, and a meditative resting period – with music optional. Constitutional acupuncture aims to treat the root cause of your health concerns by ensuring the smooth flow of energy throughout the body and unblocking any areas of stagnation, and balancing areas of excess and deficiency.
Acupuncture can be done on its own as a treatment modality, or in combination with diet, nutritional supplementation, and herbal prescriptions. It is recommended that acupuncture sessions be done regularly at the beginning in order to achieve optimal results. The frequency and duration of maintenance sessions will depend on the individual. Sessions are generally 30-45 minutes in length.
– Maryanne Wolf
A safe, non-surgical, and non-invasive approach to healing injured, sore, or stiff areas of the body. Whether you are an athlete, avid exerciser, or simply in pain, rehab acupuncture is incredibly therapeutic. Rehab acupuncture targets specific areas of the body that are causing discomfort and works to bring nutritive blood flow to the area to support recovery. These sessions can also help to soothe and de-restrict tight musculature which may be impacting range of motion or chronic symptoms of pain. Utilizing Traditional Chinese Medicine in combination with innovative rehab acupuncture techniques, these sessions treat the physical signs of pain as well as the root cause to produce the most effective, lasting results. Rehab acupuncture may also be used to prevent future injury, immobility, and pain.
Sessions are generally 30-45 minutes in length. Depending on the individual and what level of discomfort or limitation is present, it is recommended that sessions be done with some frequency in the early stages, and less frequent in the maintenance stage, once symptoms have resolved and mobility has been regained.