top of page
Post: Blog2_Post

Acupuncture for Allergy Relief!

Spring is here and I know for many of you that means allergies!  This can manifest as stuffy or runny nose,itchy eyes, sinus pressure and headaches and overall low energy.  Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs can help ease these symptoms and strengthen your immune system so your body does not react to so many pollens and grasses.  In just one treatment, I can relieve sinus pressure and stuffiness, headaches, and itchy eyes.  Chinese herbs can be used in a capsule or liquid form to help in between acupuncture sessions.  This is much healthier way to treat allergies than with over the counter medications that can become addictive and stop being effective.  Please call or email today so we can set you up to get through this allergy season with ease!  Happy Spring Everyone!!


Acupuncture: What can it Treat and What to Expect

Acupuncture has been practiced as the main system of medicine in China for thousands of years. Needling acupuncture points has been shown to reduce pain, increase energy and immunity, decrease stress, and stimulate the body's natural healing process. I specialize in the treatment of Acute and Chronic Pain and Sports Injuries. Acupuncture can effectively reduce inflammation, calm muscle spasm, increase circulation, and relieve pain. I also regularly treat allergies, respiratory disorders, digestive disorders, headaches/migraines, women's health ( infertility, PMS, menopausal symptoms), stress/anxiety/insomnia, addiction and colds/sinus issues.

What to Expect during your first Treatment:

Many people are nervous about getting acupuncture needles placed on their body and understandably so. It is a very different sort of medicine. What most people don't know is that it is very relaxing and you will feel great after your first treatment. An initial treatment begins with a thorough assessment of past and present health conditions to see what I can help with. You may discuss anything you wish to work on regarding your health. I insert 10-15 very fine needles on the body and you will then relax for 25-30 minutes on the massage table. I will check on you throughout the process to make sure you are comfortable and relaxed. You may feel pressure or an achy sensation with the needles but it does not hurt! After, I finish with a light massage and you will walk out feeling refreshed and relaxed!

27 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Guide to a Happy, Healthy and Long Life

Longevity is a hot topic in the Wellness community today but we need to look at longevity AND living a joyful, fun life. We are lacking human connection, compassion, gratitude and daily practices to


bottom of page