Acupuncture In Fredericksburg Virginia

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Conditions Treated

non-needle treatment is available

Conditions Successfully Treated


Women's Health: Infertility,PMS,Miscarriages,uncomfortable Pregnancy, Mentrual disorders, Menopause, fybromyalgia, chronic fatigue


Improving facial beauty with a non-needle, non-invasive acupuncture facelift and high-end and natural high-nutrient formula acu facials:

acne,dry or oily skin, blemishes,wrinkles,skin tone,botchy ruddy complexions


Stress, hormone imbalances, nervous tension, Anxiety, Deppression,Insomnia

Pain Management

Musculoskeletal: numbness, pain, or tingling sensations in; back,neck,legs,feet,arms or hands, including joints
from unknown injuries,sciatica, slipped disks,Stenosis,
arthritis(all types),Bursistis,shoulder/neck pain, Carpel tunnel, most sports injuries and more.


migrains and tension, stress types

Lung and Digestive Disorders

Asthma, shortness of breath due to asthma,colds, flu, allergies, and digestive disorders such as nauseah,vomiting, flatulence,heartburn, acid reflux, diarreah, constipation, colitis, stomach upset, ulcers and more.

Taking too many medications at once?

Minimizing Medications and thier side effects
can greatly improve quality of life as well as your health and wellbeing.
I can help you to feel better and to safely ween off many of your medications while colaborating with your medical doctor.

The weightloss Solution

Weight Loss Program to include:
Treatment plan, medical history review, Health evaluation and consultation, Aruicular NON-Needle Treatments,dietary and exercise counceling with information you can use to keep the weight loss coming.

*Suppliments and Abdominal tui na(massage)are not always required and therefore not included, but made available as needed.




Acupuncture is a Health Care System

which is used to;

*Treat Disease,

*Prevent Illness and

*Improve Well-Being.

*Minimized the  side effects of Medication Drugs

*It is effective for physical, psychological, and emotional, and psycho-spiritual problems/concerns.

Can Needles Heal?


Acupuncture has its roots deeply planted in China. In fact, authorities agree the science is between 5,000 and 7,000 years old. Its use spread throughout ancient Egypt, the Middle East, the Roman Empire and later into Western Europe as merchants and missionaries to China told of the amazing discoveries the people of the Orient had developed. Acupuncture did not become known on a national level in the U.S. until 1971 when diplomatic relations between China and America were relaxed.

At first glimpse, acupuncture appears strange, as its primary notoriety is the utilization of needles placed in the skin at various locations to relieve pain or affect a body part.

Chinese physicians theorize there is an energy network traversing just below the surface of the skin which communicates from the exterior to the internal organs and structures at over 1,000 "Acupoints" on the body. They believe this energy works in harmony with the body's circulatory, nervous, muscular, digestive, and genitourinary and all other systems of the body. These physicians also believe that when this vital energy becomes blocked or weakened, an effect in a body system or anatomic location becomes evident. Stimulation of one or a combination of key "Acupoints" on the body is said to restore harmony to the affected area.

Historians have stated, "More people have benefited from acupuncture over the course of fifty centuries than the combined total of all other healing sciences, both ancient and modern."




In recent years, science has determined that human beings are complex bioelectric systems. This understanding has been the foundation of acupuncture practice for several thousand years.

Classic acupuncture states that energy circulates throughout the body along well-defined pathways, called meridians. Points on the skin, along these pathways, are energetically connected to specific organs, body structures, and systems. If this energy circulation is disrupted, optimum function is affected and this results in pain or illness. Acupuncture points are stimulated to balance the circulation of energy, which influences the health of the entire being.

The modern theory of acupuncture is that there is a connection via the central nervous system that induces the production or secretion of chemicals in the body such as endorphins, neurotransmitters, hormones, lymphokines, etc. Though most of these chemicals are used fairly quickly, clinical experience indicates that acupuncture generally has cumulative effects. Thus, acupuncture must provide some training of the autonomic mechanisms that control the patient's pattern of physiological function.

In short, acupuncture works with a person's internal pharmacy, rather than putting in chemicals from the outside. This approach has several advantages over pharmaceutical medicine.

Far too often in the medical professions, a patient is told after extensive examination, "There is nothing wrong." "It is all in your head," or "Sorry, you'll have to learn to live with it." The examining doctor unable to find the cause of the problem has little else to tell the patient. Fortunately, many medical physicians are now referring their patients for an acupuncture evaluation as a last resort.

Medical research continues in this country and others to attempt to explain in western scientific terms what the ancient Chinese many centuries earlier described. Today, many theories have been postulated as to why acupuncture is so effective in pain control. However, as more discoveries are made, more research is indicated.


Since acupuncture promotes the body's natural healing ability, most conditions can be corrected or improved. The effectiveness of acupuncture is well documented and extends far beyond the conception that it is only useful for chronic pain management or as an analgesic. Many athletes have discovered that acupuncture treatment helps them to achieve optimum performance levels. Also, throughout its long history, acupuncture has established a solid reputation as a system of preventative health care that works.


Body Aches and Pains
Allergies, Sinus Problems and Headaches
Chronic Fatigue & Insomnia
Joint Pain & Sport Injuries
Back and Neck Pain/Stiffness
Stress & Anxiety Related Disorders
Digestive Disorders (Acidity, Constipation, Gas, Bloating)


Acupuncture textbooks list well over one hundred different conditions that respond well to acupuncture. The World Health Organization, working in close harmony with the International Acupuncture training center of the Shanghai College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, has indicated acupuncture is effective in the following conditions.

Acute and chronic pain relief
Migraine headaches
Tension, cluster and sinus headaches
Trigeminal neuralgia
Bladder dysfunction
Bed wetting
Cervical (neck) pain
Mid-back pain
Low back pain
Shoulder pain
Tennis elbow
Post-operative pain relief
Gastric problems
Skin conditions
Abnormal blood pressure
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Neurological syndromes

And Much More..

This is only a partial list of the numerous conditions acupuncture has been credited with helping. Find out if your disorder may be helped with Acupuncture.

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