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Acupuncture Treatment is a system that has been developed over a period of over 4000 years. We thrive on quality healthcare and painless treatments.  Acupuncture has become an integral part of todays healthcare system due to its gentle and effective treatment that focuses on helping the whole person, aiming to improve their entire health and wellbeing and today is widely used and accepted all over the world. Our practitioners  are known for advance hands on and results oriented treatments due to there years of experience in the field.

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Clayton 
Deptford Township . 
Westville Grove 
Blackwood Terrace
Oak Valley 
Almonesson
Jericho
Salina
Good Intent
Gardenville Center
East Greenwich Township 
Mickleton
Wolfert
Tomlin
Elk Township 
Hardingville
Aura
Franklin Township 
Franklinville
Fries Mill
Star Cross
Janvier
Porchtown
Plainville
Malaga
Forest Grove

Cedar Grove

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Acupuncture Clinic is Near the following Cities

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Swedesboro 
Washington Township 
Turnersville 
Hurffville
Grenloch
Wenonah 
West Deptford Township 
Colonial Manor
Greenfields Village
Mantua Grove
Red Bank
Thorofare
Verga
Westville 
Woodbury 
Woodbury Heights 
Woolwich Township 
Asbury
Sandy Hill
Grand Sprute
Porches Mill
Gloucester County county 

Cecil
National Park 
Newfield 
Paulsboro 

We'll make sure you and your Family's needs are met and taken care of.

 

Glassboro
Greenwich Township 
Gibbstown 
Billingsport
Harrison Township 
Mullica Hill 
Richwood 
Ewan
Wrights Mill
Logan Township  
Beckett 
Bridgeport
Center Square
Nortonville
Repaupo
Mantua Township 
Barnsboro
Sewell
Richwood 
Monroe Township  
Victory Lakes 
Williamstown 
Cross Keys
New Brooklyn
Broad Lane
Pitman 
South Harrison Township ( Harrisonville)

When is acupuncture used?

Acupuncture practitioners use acupuncture to treat a wide range of conditions. Some of the conditions for which acupuncture is commonly used include:


  • Pain
  • Mental Disorders
  • Drug/Alcohol addictions
  • Injury
  • Trauma
  • Repetitive strain conditions like tennis elbows and carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Headache
  • Rheumatoid and osteoarthritis
  • Back pain and sciatica
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Dysmenorrhea and other gynecological conditions
  • Asthma
  • Post operative and chemotherapy nausea
  • Stroke rehabilitation
  • Patients undergoing recovery from addiction and substance abuse
  • Weight loss
  • Bloating
  • Headaches
  • Reproductive problems, including fertility, irregular periods, and cramps
  • Stress, anxiety, and depression
  • Joint pain, including jaw pain and tightness
  • Allergies
  • Cold symptoms
  • General pain
  • Digestive disorders



Treatments Offered


Acupuncture


Acupuncture is the stimulation of the nerves system  flow throughout the body through the insertion of thin stainless steel needles into specific sites on the body. Only single use, disposable, sterile needles are used. 




Acupressure


The use of fingers or other device to apply pressure to stimulate acupuncture points.



Cupping


Cups made of thick glass or plastic are placed over particular points on the body. A vacuum is created within the cup to draw the skin up. This process opens up the skin’s pores, which helps to stimulate the flow of blood, balances and realigns the flow of Qi, breaks obstructions and creates a place for toxins in the body to be released. Found helpful in dealing with trigger points, contracted tissue and in some cases of edema.



Electro Acupuncture


Needles are inserted at specific points along the body. The needles are then attached to a device that generates continuous and gentle electric impulses. Proven to assist the overall effect of acupuncture especially with pain and paralysis.


Tui-na 


A combination of massage, acupressure and other forms of the body manipulation.



Nutritional recommendations 


Acupuncturists are trained in dietary management in accordance with Traditional Chinese Medicine principals. They are also schooled in the use of vitamins, minerals and common herbs.




What to Expect?



Your first consultation

During your first visit the acupuncturist needs to gain a thorough understanding of your main complaint and your general health and lifestyle. This involves asking questions about your current symptoms and your medical history, as well as such things as your sleeping pattern, your appetite and digestion, and your emotional wellbeing. Women are also asked about their menstrual cycle and any past pregnancies and childbirth.



Your main health complaint

When talking about your main complaint, the practitioner might ask you to describe in your own words what the symptoms feel like and how severe they are. You may also be asked how long you have been having the symptoms, whether they are constant or intermittent and how frequent they are. You should mention any medication that you are taking and whether you have tried any other therapies.

In order to make a diagnosis according to traditional Chinese medicine theory and to find the right treatment approach, the practitioner will also want to know more specific details.



Treatment plan and treatment


Based on all the information you have given, the practitioner will make a diagnosis and put together your treatment plan, which may include lifestyle and dietary advice as well as acupuncture. Your practitioner will use very fine single-use pre-sterile needles to stimulate specific acupuncture points on your body. Because energy meridians range across the whole body, the points used are not necessarily close to where you experience pain or discomfort. For example, if you suffer from headaches needles might be inserted in your foot or hand.


Lifestyle advice


Your acupuncturist is likely to suggest ways in which you can enhance the long-term effects of your treatment. This may involve making changes to your diet and daily routine. If necessary you will be referred to other healthcare practitioners for specialist care.


After-effects

Most people find acupuncture relaxing and often feel very calm after a treatment. You may feel a little tired or sleepy and should take this into account if you are planning to drive or use heavy machinery straight after your treatment.

You should refrain from vigorous exercise after treatment and, ideally, give yourself a little time to rest. It is also advisable not to drink alcohol for several hours after treatment.

Acupuncture has very few side effects and any that do occur are usually mild and self-correcting.