1. Acupuncture  is where very fine sterile disposable needles are placed at selected points along the body to stimulate the flow of energy through the insertion and manipulation of the needles.
  2. Electrical Modalities may be applied to the needles utilizing different frequencies and intensities to accentuate the treatment.
  3. Moxibustion involves burning the dried herb Mugwort above the acupuncture point to warm and stimulate the energy when it is deficient.
  4. Cupping uses small jars suctioned to the body. It produces a local vasodilation to promote blood circulation, to disperse any blockage of Qi and to release toxins and excess heat.
  5. Auricular Acupuncture (Ear) is acupuncture done on the ear.  It is one of the more widely used microsystems to treat conditions.  Microsystems use one aspect of the body – such as the ears, hands or feet – to treat conditions that are present anywhere in the body.
  6. Scalp Acupuncture is where needles are inserted in the scalp within a thin layer of loose tissue beneath the scalp surface.  This techniques of acupuncture helps those patients with nervous-system disorders, such as stroke, spinal cord injury (SCI) and multiple sclerosis (MS).
  7. Gua Sha is a form of friction rub or scraping that moves stuck blood, promoting normal circulation to the muscles, tissues, and organs directly beneath the surface treated. The patient experiences immediate changes in stiffness, pain and mobility.
  8. Acupressure promotes and regulates the flow of Qi and blood by applying pressure on the acupuncture points with the fingers tips.
  9. Acupuncture for Facial Rejuvenation – an effective non-surgical way to improve the over-all appearance of the face by stimulating the body’s natural anti-aging abilities