What does acupuncture treat?
Headaches of all kinds
Change in appetite
Symptoms of stress and overwork
Infertility, with or without IVF
Side effects of chemotherapy
Trouble focusing at work
Indigestion or heartburn
Diarrhea or constipation
Weight gain or loss
Difficult menstrual periods
Lack of interest in hobbies
Weak immune system with frequent sickness
PMS or menopausal symptoms
Recent trauma or personal loss
Unusual symptoms that don’t seem to be responding to other forms of treatment.
Acupuncture is fascinating in that it appears to enhance some sort of innate healing response. We all self-heal to some degree. It happens so smoothly that it’s sort of hidden in plain sight. We observe our bodies quite naturally knitting themselves back together again after cuts, scrapes, bumps or bruises and our minds somehow re-organize after getting tossed about by emotional events.
But sometimes the situation exceeds what we can manage and we need medical intervention. Acupuncture is an established medical system that helps the body and mind heal without the use of drugs, surgery or unwanted side effects.