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We always offer a Free Initial Consultation & First Treatment. As well as Free Insurance Verification. We are In-Network providers for acupuncture services with United Healthcare!
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Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine work well to treat and relieve muscular/skeletal pain, including joint-based pain, headaches and back pain, as well as repetitive use injuries. Internal disorders, digestive complaints, stress relief, and allergy disorders also respond well to acupuncture and herbal remedies.   learn more...

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Acupuncture generates a healing response from the body. By creating a "micro-injury" that elicits the release of enkephalins and endorphins to go to the area where the "micro-injury" is located, these internal healing factors then reduce swelling and relieve pain. It is a natural healing process, and avoids the side effects that can accompany medications.  learn more...

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Acupuncture and Oriental medicine focus on treating the source, or root, of an ailment. The initial attention to relief allows patients to get through the day happier and healthier, but always with an eye toward continued care and long-term health. The goal is to treat the source of the ailment along with the symptoms to encourage lasting comfort and balance.  learn more...

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I have had problems with re-occurring plantar fasciitis (pain in the heel and bottom of the foot). With the common treatments: stretching, icing and wearing good shoes it simply wasn't improving. I enjoy walking, running, hiking and yoga (which is done barefoot....ouch!). Kyle is part of a wellness community I am involved in and I had always found him to be kind and professional so I felt comfortable that he would be a good acupuncture practitioner. While we were treating my foot problem he also addressed a secondary concern, some mild carpal tunnel. The carpal tunnel improved in one visit and has not been as easily inflamed by repetitive motions. Within 2-3 sessions my foot was feeling better and after 8-10 sessions I am now able to be fully active again. Just this week I was able to run on the treadmill and do yoga (barefoot!) the next day without any pain. If you are someone experiencing pain that you feel is limiting your life and you have tried mainstream approaches with limited success I strongly suggest committing to a series of acupuncture treatments to give your body a chance to heal. Kyle is very thoughtful in his approach and really cares about his patients. On a side note, I am a psychotherapist and find that acupuncture is very, very relaxing. If you struggle with nervousness or anxiety and are looking for an alternative to medication, or even an addition to medication, it may be helpful to try acupuncture.
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Treatments can safely occur within days of one another; in China; it is common to see an acupuncturist daily.