Acupuncture

ACUPUNCTURE AND CHINESE HERBAL MEDICINE,

Qi (pronounced “chi”), or vital energy, is the basic life force of the body and can be accessed along bioenergetic pathways called “meridians.”
When a person is ill or in pain, the proper flow of Qi is disrupted, and may be restored through the application of delicate acupuncture needles along the meridians, or through the use of Chinese herbs.

This 3,000-year-old form of holistic medicine is respected worldwide as a safe and effective approach to health.

At the Center for Integrative Medicine, acupuncture is provided by:

Niña Iselin, ND, M.Ac
Jeanne Ann Whittington, M.Ac., Lic. Ac,
Julie Lutter, M.Ac.

 

(Read about our Walk-in Acupuncture Clinic Here.)