Acupuncture became famous in the United States for success in the field of pain management. Gradually patients found that not only did their pain vanish, but other chronic problems improved as well. Each organ system”s wellness level can be detected through pulse and tongue evaluations. Acupuncture is used to heal the body before disease manifests.

Acupuncture is a great modality to treat musculoskeletal symptoms including sciatica, shoulder instability, and low back pain, carpal tunnel, and general body tension. Acupuncture together with Chinese Herbs treat internal disorders such as high or low blood pressure, acid reflux, constipation, diarrhea, irritable bowel, asthma, common cold, low immune function, autoimmune disorders, sleep and nervous disorders, headaches, stroke, trauma, obstetrics, gynecology, menopause symptoms, cancer, anxiety, depression, pediatrics, geriatrics and other categories of disease.

Acupuncture is also proven to help people overcome their addictions to cigarettes, chewing tobacco, coffee, food, alcohol, and other substances. Acupuncture benefits mental and cognitive functions to assist with attention deficit and hyperactivity disorders. It also alleviates the side effects of medications and provides stability while weaning off mood altering medications.