1. Overactive Bladder & Percutaneous Tibial Nerve Stimulation (PTNS)

    Overactive Bladder - Control Symptoms Without Surgery or Drugs! Overactive Bladder Syndrome (OAB) is a common condition affecting adults and children worldwide. In addition to the inconvenience, ongoing discomfort, stress, and sleep loss, this condition may also cause a substantial economic loss and…Read More

  2. How Acupuncture Can Benefit Your Stroke Recovery

    Suffering from a stroke can be debilitating, but acupuncture may be an ideal treatment in your rehabilitation. The after-effects of a stroke can be life-altering and leave a wake of stroke-caused health concerns such as speech impairment, paralysis, swallowing issues, and depression. Learning to ada…Read More

  3. Liver Health Through Acupuncture

    Did the holidays do a number on your diet and nutrition? Bounce back and get liver support through acupuncture and Chinese Medicine! From October to the beginning of January our liver is taken on a wild ride of being inundated with sugar, alcohol, and every imaginable backed good and treat around. S…Read More

  4. What is the Difference Between Acupuncture and Dry Needling?

    Upon first glance, acupuncture and dry needling seem to be the same, so is there a difference between the two? The health and wellness space is a difficult entity to keep up with — the shifts and the minute, and almost unnoticeable, transformations of a healthy diet and better ways to take care of…Read More

  5. Tis’ The Season To Quell Stress and Anxiety With Acupuncture

    The holiday season is upon us, and while everything may appear to be merry and bright filled with family traditions and warm laughter, many women suffer from stress and anxiety around this time. Women take on many of the burdens of the holidays — from decorating the home and shopping for the entir…Read More

  6. 6 Tips For Staying Well This Fall

    Transitioning from summer to fall represents not only a seasonal change from warm to cool weather but, in Chinese medicine, it is going from alive and boundless yang energy to more of a laid-back and quiet energy of yin. The autumn is also a time for cold and flu season and when we seem to be more s…Read More