Acupuncture is part of a complete system of medicine that has been practiced in China for thousands of years. The goal of treatment is to bring the body closer to an optimal state of functioning by engaging its natural healing response to reverse the progression of disease or to prevent disease from occurring.
The acupuncturists in our clinic are adept at managing a wide variety of conditions, with particular focus on pain management, chemotherapy-related side effects (including nausea), fertility and women’s issues, headaches and migraines, and fibromyalgia.
Research from leading institutions such as the National Institutes of Health clearly shows that acupuncture is efficacious for many types of pain. Studies also confirm its use for post-operative, pregnancy-related, and chemotherapy-related nausea and vomiting. The anti-inflammatory effect of treatments make it suitable for addressing symptoms associated with seasonal allergies and some auto-immune disorders. Many other conditions can also benefit from acupuncture. The World Health Organization has listed more than 40 conditions for which acupuncture may be indicated.
Acupuncture is safe, effective, and deeply relaxing for most people. Treatments involve the insertion of one or more thin, sterile needles on specific points of the body to improve and maintain health.
Taya Lindley, LAc, MTCM, Dipl. OM
Taya is an empathetic practitioner who takes time with her patients to build a relationship of trust and to work together as partners in the healing process.
Eva Hosseinion, LAc, MSOM, MD
Eva offers expertise in acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, and qigong.Eva’s training in classical Chinese medicine allows her to take advantage of herbal formulas described in the founding texts of Chinese medicine.