FEELING GOOD IS THE POINT
``Every human being is the author of his own health or disease`` - Buddha
Are you tired of conventional medicine and feel like you have tried everything and now have lost hope?
Would you like a real resolution to your chronic health concern instead of just taking another pill?
Do you no longer enjoy the things you used to because of pain or fatigue?
If you’ve answered YES to any of these questions, then acupuncture therapy may be the solution you’re searching for. This natural health alternative can bring you the relief you’re looking for. Whether you’re looking at acupuncture for insomnia, back pain, migraines, anxiety, weight loss, or other reasons, this may be your answer. Discover the benefits of acupuncture for yourself at our South Carolina center.
Feeling Good is the Point
Our goal is to assist our clients and increase wellness using the traditional techniques of acupuncture therapy along with natural herbs, bodywork, massage, and diet.
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Diseases That Can Be Addressed With Acupuncture
Acupuncture improves the body’s functions and promotes the natural self-healing process by stimulating specific anatomic sites, commonly referred to as acupuncture points, or acupoints. The most common method used to stimulate acupoints is the insertion of fine, sterile needles into the skin. Pressure, heat, or electrical stimulation may further enhance the effects. Other acupoint stimulation techniques include: manual massage, moxibustion or heat therapy, cupping, and the application of topical herbal medicines and liniments.
Hundreds of clinical studies on the benefits of acupuncture show that it successfully treats conditions ranging from musculoskeletal problems (back pain, neck pain, and others) to nausea, migraine headaches, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and infertility.
Induction of labor
Low back pain
Malposition of fetus, correction
Nausea and vomiting
Periarthritis of shoulder
Alcohol dependence and detoxification
Opium, cocaine and heroin dependence
Spine pain, acute
Frequently Asked Questions
Some insurance companies will pay for acupuncture, so check with your plan. We will be happy to provide a Superbill with your diagnosis code and billing code for you to submit directly to your provider.
Medicare does not cover acupuncture, however, secondary or supplemental coverage may. Check with your insurance provider, and we will be happy to provide a Superbill for you to submit for reimbursement.
Nope! You may feel a slight sensation when your acupuncturist inserts a tiny needle, but it’s much less noticeable than getting a vaccine shot. That’s because the needles are much thinner. You may feel a heaviness, numbness, tingling, or mild soreness after the needles have been put in, but these temporary sensations will pass.
Acupuncture is an Eastern form of medicine. The insertion of needles produces natural chemicals in the body called endorphins, which help decrease your perception of pain to bring about relief. The overall goal of acupuncture therapy is to reduce pain while increasing blood flow and stimulating muscles and nerves throughout the body.
Both acute and chronic illnesses can be addressed with acupuncture. Because everyone responds differently, the number of treatment sessions can vary for each individual.
Typically, the longer the patient has the condition, the longer the course of treatment before they experience substantial or lasting results. Acupuncture can be done as often as five times a week, or as little as once a month.