CLASSICAL CHINESE ACUPUNCTURE

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Classical Acupuncture is a comprehensive medical system rooted in the rich traditions of Chinese Medicine which involve five energetic channel systems.

Classical Acupuncture differs greatly from modernized Acupuncture practices, such Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which encompasses a simplified form of Acupuncture that’s become standardized in China and is taught in most Acupuncture colleges in the U.S.

Through its profound capacity to understand disease development and progression, Classical Acupuncture can treat virtually any condition—from acute and chronic pain to the most complex chronic degenerative diseases prevalent in modern society, including autoimmune disorders. 

Classical Acupuncture involves the gentle insertion of fine needles into specific points along the energetic channel systems of the body that in concert provide the foundation for deep relaxation and healing.


TRADITIONAL JAPANESE ACUPUNCTURE

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A rare, non-insertion form of Acupuncture also known as Japanese Meridian Therapy, this treatment uses Gold and Silver needles to lightly touch the skin's surface without insertion.

Traditional Japanese Acupuncture is highly effective in the treatment of pain and injury, as well as acute and chronic health disorders— with results that are often noticeable immediately.

This is a painless option that’s gentle enough for infants, children and people with needle phobia, and as a treatment used in conjunction with Classical Chinese Acupuncture.