Acupuncture and Dry Needling Treatments
The following techniques are optional treatments included with any acupuncture appointment.
The practice of Acupuncture involves using tiny sterile needles to stimulate specific points along the channels to access and manipulate the body’s Qi.
Dry Needling involves the placement of Acupuncture needles into specific areas of tension, or “trigger points” in muscle to promote healing and circulation.
GuaSha is a manual technique in which a smooth-edged tool is used to “scrape” different body regions. Most often used for musculoskeletal pain.
Cupping is a method of treating pain by creating local, temporary congestion, drawing blood to the area and creating space between muscle and fascia.