Are you in Pain?
Are you unable to do things you used to?

Traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture is a tool that improves blood circulation and energy flow to help your body heal and manage pain.  When you’re injured, acupuncture can help your body healer faster.  It also has been proven to release chemicals like serotonin and endorphins which improves pain symptoms.

Acupuncture Relieves:

  • Back Pain / Sciatica

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

  • Plantar Faciitis

  • Sprains

  • Sports Injuries

  • Tennis Elbow

  • Knee Pain

  • Tension in all areas of the body

  • Bursitis

  • Headaches

  • Neck Pain

  • Bone Spurs

  • Whiplash

  • Numbness/Tingling

  • + more

How many treatments will I need?

For acute pain, we recommend 2 visits a week for 2 weeks. Pain relief may often be felt after the first one or two treatments.

For chronic pain, we recommend 2 visits a week for 2-3 weeks, tapering down to once a week when the symptoms relieve, for a total of approximately 8 treatments. Pain reduction is often felt after 2-4 visits, but treatment time for chronic pain varies between individuals.

 

Herbal medicine is often used as a compliment to acupuncture for pain relief. It supports the overall health of the body in order to speed healing, decrease inflammation, and promote blood circulation.

 

Other complementary therapies can also be used in conjunction with acupuncture, such as chiropractic treatment, massage therapy, physiotherapy, and fitness training.

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Samantha K.

Kelsey is incredible! She is so calming, caring and she is a healer. I first went to her because I was getting constant headaches, but about a day and a half after she gave me cupping and acupuncture, my headaches basically disappeared. After experiencing nearly instant relief of my problem that had been bugging me for months, I started seeing her every few weeks for maintenance work and to iron out other things. My experiences with her made me a true believer in her practice and I think she is amazing at what she does.