What is Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a therapy that encourages the body’s natural ability to heal itself and improve functioning by inserting needles at precise acupuncture points along the body. The practice has roots as an ancient healing profession that is recognized and accepted as a valid and effective form of healthcare therapy.

Clinical data supports that Acupuncture can cause multiple biological responses that can lead to activation of pathways in the central nervous system, and brain. The biochemicals released, such as endorphins and other neuropeptides, can boost our immune system, regulate body function, and has a direct relationship on our perception of pain.