The use of acupuncture as a healing technique is believed to have originated around 5,000 years ago in ancient China. The earliest records of acupuncture included artifacts of stone “needles” and drawings of acupuncture points and meridians. Today, an acupuncture needle is no
thicker than a human hair, and when gently inserted by a skilled practitioner into an acupuncture point it can elicit a specific response from the nervous system resulting in a profoundly relaxing healing experience.
- Slow, stop, and reverse the course of an auto-immune disease process.
- Increase energy levels.
- Improve circulation.
- Nourish the Blood.
- Build strength and integrity of the structure.
- Increase Immunity.
- Relieve pain.
- Relax and invigorate the mind and body.
- Maintain health in the absence of illness.