- Acupuncture for Obesity
- Acupuncture for skin problems: allergies, or herpes
- Acupuncture for cosmetic treatment: such as moles, sunspots, wrinkles and cellulite
- Acupuncture for all kinds of pain: such as headaches, migraines, toothaches, abdominal pain, menstrual cramps, muscle aches, knee or shoulder joint pain, back pain or pain from sprains
- Acupuncture for treatment of the ears, eyes and nose: such as tinnitus, red eye, eye tearing, blurred vision, common colds and sinusitis
- Acupuncture for brain and nerve disorders: such as forgetfulness, Alzheimer's disease, stroke, and delayed mental development in children
- Acupuncture for sexual dysfunction: such as impotence, uterine prolapsed, abnormal menses, or infertility
- Acupuncture for urinary tract diseases: such as bedwetting, urinary bladder infections
- Acupuncture for endocrine-related disease: such as hypertension, hyperthyroidism, and diabetes
- Acupuncture for Adverse effects of chemotherapy: such as vomiting
- Acupuncture for early aging and poor health
- Eat a regular meal prior to your treatment, to avoid feeling hungry or faint during the session.
- Get a full night's sleep on the night prior to your appointment.
- Wear loose-fitting clothes. Wear pants that can be folded up to the knees and a short-sleeved top.
- Relax when you are sitting or lying down during the treatment.
- After the acupuncture needles have been applied, remain in relaxed position for 15-50 minutes. Avoid unnecessary movement to prevent dislocation or bending of the needle, which may cause pain.
- If you experience any dizziness, faintness, palpitations or numbness of your hands or feet after the acupuncture needles have been applied, immediately inform your doctor. The needles will be removed immediately and you will be rescheduled for the next day.
- Do not take a bath for up to two hours after the session.