Acupuncture is effective for treating many ailments. It treats pain and stiffness and improves the healing time of joint injuries. It can also help with stress, digestive difficulties, headaches, allergies, weakness and fatigue among other issues that many deal with daily. 

Acupuncture uses thin filiform needles to stimulate specific points on your body that promote increased blood flow and healing both locally and throughout the body. 

Acupuncture is a method of medical care, which has been proven through many extensive clinical trials, and it is becoming more popular every year. 

Acupuncturists and practitioners of Chinese medicine study the medicine for at least 4 years in Masters and Doctoral accredited institutions nationwide. The education includes thousands of hours of hands on training, as well as advanced courses in both eastern medicine and western biomedicine. 

Acupuncture should not be painful. Part of studying acupuncture is developing needling skills that get the perfect amount of stimulation in the most comfortable way possible, and to gauge the sensitivity of each patient.