​​​​. Acupuncture is a holistic form of Chinese medicine that has been in
practice for over 2,000 years.  It is based on the theory that vital energy, called Qi (pronounced "chee") flows through the body along energetic pathways called meridians.  It is believed that pain and illness results from a blockage or an imbalance of Qi.  The purpose of acupuncture and its modalities is to restore Qi back to a balanced flow.

Acupuncture can help treat a variety of conditions including, but not limited to, anxiety, back pain, blood pressure, carpal tunnel, common cold, depression, poor digestion, erectile dysfunction, headaches, infertility, insomnia, joint and muscle pain, lethargy, menstruation issues, migraines, neck pain, sciatica, TMJ, urination issue and weight loss.


Cupping is a needle-free therapy of traditional Chinese medicine that can be added onto an acupuncture treatment or used on its own.  During a treatment, the practitioner adheres glass cups to the patient's skin with the use of fire.  The fire is only used to create a vacuum in the cup and does not touch the patient's skin.  By combining stationary and sliding techniques, cupping stimulates the flow of qi and blood by gently drawing layers of muscle and myofascia away from the body. 

Used mainly on the back, buttocks, and thighs, cupping is very effective in relieving muscle pain and tension, trigger points, and lung-related symptoms.  It is very popular amongst those who lead a physically active life.
A cupping session lasts around 15-20 minutes, and feels like a firm-pressure massage.  Because cupping draws stagnant blood out of the superficial tissues, the treated area normally has painless red suction marks that fade in 4-7 days.

​Cash, checks, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express are accepted.

​Discount, pre-paid acupuncture packages are available.

  1. Acupuncture
  2. Cupping
  3. Initial Acupuncture Visit
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