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If you have never tried acupuncture or have never even heard of it this page is for you. Read the list below to find out which common conditions acupuncture may help with. If you do not see your condition on the list you may still contact me or book a 15 minute consultation to further discuss. 


Acupuncture has been a part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for thousands of years. Each patient will be given a TCM diagnosis based on the symptoms they are experiencing, the acupuncturist will then choose a point prescription for the treatment. There are over 400 acupuncture points with many different benefits. The acupuncturist will insert thin needles into the body at the specific acupuncture points chosen, this will help to balance the flow of energy (Qi) throughout the body. 


There are many different channels (meridians) that energy also known as Qi flows through within the body. The goal of acupuncture is to remove energy blockages and promote the free flow of energy (Qi) through these meridians which may help to regulate emotional, mental and physical health. 

Conditions Acupuncture may help treat 

1. Emotional 


-Worry, overthinking 





2. Women's health 

-Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)

-Painful period 

-Irregular menstruation 



-Post-menopausal issues 


3. Circulatory issues 



-Blood deficiency 


4. Musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions 

-Sports injuries 

-Muscle pain, swelling, stiffness and weakness 

-Low back pain 

-Neck and shoulder pain 

-Joint issues (ex. frozen shoulder, tennis elbow) 



-Carpal Tunnel Syndrome 



5. Respiratory issues: 

-Common cold, Flu 

-Acute and chronic sinusitis 

-Allergic rhinitis 

-Chest tightness 


6. ENT

-Floaters, blurry vision, dry eyes 

-Ear pain 

-Tinnitus (ringing in the ears) 

-Headache behind the eyes 


7. Gastrointestinal 

-Indigestion, nausea, vomiting, GERD, acid reflux 

-Constipation, diarrhea 

-Abdominal pain, bloating or abdominal distention

-IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) symptoms 


8. Neurological 

-Headaches and migraine 

-Dizziness and tinnitus 


9. Bladder 

-Stress incontinence 

-Urinary retention 

-Frequent night time urination 

-Painful urination 


10. Addictions 

-Appetite suppression 

-Tobacco withdrawal 

-Alcohol dependence 

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