Acupuncture
Acupuncture can be used to prevent illness as well as to treat it. It can be used to address physical pain, mental concerns such as an inability to concentrate or poor memory, and psycho-spiritual issues like anxiety and depression. It can be used in conjunction with any other therapies and medications. Acupuncture is not habit-forming. It is simple and effective and will be most likely to produce lasting, positive results if a person comes for regular, weekly treatment. You don't need to believe in acupuncture for it to work. Trained veterinary acupuncturists treat everything from thoroughbred race horses to our family cats and dogs with great success.
Acupuncture is a system of medicine that originated in ancient China. For over 5,000 years, it has been used to effectively treat a broad range of physical, emotional and spiritual issues. The World Health Organization and the National Institutes of Health have confirmed that acupuncture is an appropriate and practical tool with which to treat dozens of common illnesses. And not only does acupuncture treat a long and impressive list of physical problems, it is a powerful resource in the treatment of psychological and spiritual issues like anxiety, depression, insomnia and trauma.
Acupuncture works by manipulating a person's vital life energy, called Qi ("chee") by the ancient Chinese. Qi runs through specific pathways in the body and trained acupuncture practitioners are able to manipulate and balance this energy. They do so by inserting hair-thin, sterile, disposable needles into carefully selected and located points along the channels. In NADA ear acupuncture, which we use in this clinic, the five selected points all lie within the contours of the ears. Other styles of acupuncture use points selected from the entire body.
Acupuncture works by manipulating a person's vital life energy, called Qi ("chee") by the ancient Chinese. Qi runs through specific pathways in the body and trained acupuncture practitioners are able to manipulate and balance this energy. They do so by inserting hair-thin, sterile, disposable needles into carefully selected and located points along the channels. In NADA ear acupuncture, which we use in this clinic, the five selected points all lie within the contours of the ears. Other styles of acupuncture use points selected from the entire body.

Acupuncture can be used to prevent illness as well as to treat it. It can be used to address physical pain, mental concerns such as an inability to concentrate or poor memory, and psycho-spiritual issues like anxiety and depression. It can be used in conjunction with any other therapies and medications. Acupuncture is not habit-forming. It is simple and effective and will be most likely to produce lasting, positive results if a person comes for regular, weekly treatment. You don't need to believe in acupuncture for it to work. Trained veterinary acupuncturists treat everything from thoroughbred race horses to our family cats and dogs with great success.
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