Acupuncture in Health Care

Acupuncture has been employed as a health care modality for over 3,000 years.


Practitioners of this ancient medical practice have experienced clinical success with a variety of health issues.  Today, acupuncture is receiving wide acceptance as a respected, valid and effective form of health care.

When most people think about acupuncture, they are familiar with its use for pain control. But acupuncture has a proven track record of treating and addressing a variety of endocrine, circulatory and systemic conditions.

Acupuncture and modern medicine combined together have the potential to support, strengthen and nurture a patient to regain vital health and well-being.  Evidence also points to positive clinical trials that suggest acupuncture may be a reasonable option for a number of clinical conditions, including addiction, stroke rehabilitation, carpal tunnel syndrome, osteoarthritis, and headache.  Research has also suggested that acupuncture treatment may be helpful for other conditions such as asthma, postoperative pain, myofascial pain and low back pain.