Acupuncture

Acupuncture for Migrain relief!

Do you know that as many as 90% of adults experience tension headaches?

More than three million women in Canada have had a migraine, the most debilitating form of headache. Sixty percent experience one on a monthly basis, and 25 percent suffer weekly attacks

Acupuncture can be more effective than drugs in relieving the misery of migraine!

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has a very consistent and philosophically-based framework for headache etiology, physiology, diagnosis and treatment strategy. Acupuncture, as an effective treatment modality, has been applied to headaches from the earliest beginnings of TCM.

Acupuncture is not only effective for migraine headaches, but also works very well with tension headaches, cluster headaches, post-traumatic headaches, and disease-related headaches that might be due to sinus problems, high blood pressure or sleeping disorders. The greatest advantage of acupuncture over Western medicine is that it does virtually no harm. Some medications can have serious side effects and can (in some instances) actually lead to patients experiencing a “rebound” headache. Unlike synthetic drugs, acupuncture has virtually no side effects.

Eliminate or reduce the frequency, severity and duration of a migraine with Acupuncture!

 

What can acupuncture treat? 
Here are some of the conditions that are commonly treated with acupuncture:

  • headaches and migraines
  • acute and chronic neck and back pain
  • acute and chronic joint pain
  • autoimmune diseases such as arthritis
  • facial pain (trigeminal neuralgia, TMJ disorders)
  • IBS, abdominal pain, abdominal, bloating
  • sleep issues/insomnia/improve quality of sleep
  • allergies, ulcers
  • stress
  • depression
  • PMS symptoms such as bloating, cramping, mood swings, irregular, heavy or painful menstruation
  • infertility
  • high blood pressure
  • side-effects of chemotherapy
  • pregnancy symptoms such as morning sickness, hip pain, sciatica
  • addiction withdrawal and recovery, smoking cessation
  • Cosmetic and anti-aging acupuncture available

How much does Acupuncture cost?

Initial Consultation is 90 Minutes and $90.00.

Each follow up session will be 30 minutes and $40.00 or 60 Minutes and $80.00 depending on what you are working on.

What can I expect at an Acupuncture appointment?

You can expect a quiet, calm and relaxing healing environment where one can focus on their own healing.

Does acupuncture hurt?

NoAcupuncture does not have to hurt. Some patients will feel a slight pinch when the small needle goes in but many can’t feel them at all. Acupuncture needles are very small, fine and flexible, not the same needles you would use for anything else. But these small needles will have a very powerful effect!

Do acupuncturist use disposable needles?
Yes, we use disposable needles. No needles are ever reused. The needles come to us sterilized, we use them once and dispose of them in an approved sharps container.

Can I address more than one health issue at a time with acupuncture?
Yes! Acupuncture can help reset your body to find a new equilibrium. Because the systems in our body are so interrelated (nervous system, muscular, pain, hormonal, digestion etc.) many patients report that treating one issue leads to resolving another which they thought was unrelated. I would say that’s the best side effect I’ve ever heard of!

Acupuncture has been shown to increase relaxation, reduce stress and improve sleep.

Can I receive acupuncture if I am pregnant?
Yes! I often receive referrals from midwives, obstetricians and chiropractors because acupuncture is an effective treatment for pregnancy-related symptoms such as morning sickness, back and hip pain and sciatica.

Do you treat children?

Yes! As we all know children can be more sensitive but this often results in responding more quickly to treatments than adult patients.

Acupuncture is covered by most Insurance plans and we offer direct billing.

Offered by :Medium Jodi Jones R.Ac