During your treatment you may not receive only Acupuncture. Depending on the treatment plan by your Acupuncturist they may use other modalities such as:
NAET: NAET stands for Nampudrapad’s Allergy Elimination Technique. It focuses on food related, environmental, chemical, or emotional allergies. Children can be treated with NAET using Acupressure.
Therapeutic Massage: Therapeutic Massage is a combination of Sports Massage, Deep Tissue and Myofacial Release, along with the traditional Swedish massage.
Cupping Therapy: Cupping Therapy is a method used in East Asian Medicine that uses glass cups to create a suction on specific sites in the body. The cupping helps circulation and can help drain lymph, while promoting healing.
Herbal Medicine: Herbal Medicine can either be prescribed in a patent, pill form, or made into a tea. The practitioner can prescribe a combination of herbs specific to the patient to help enhance their acupuncture treatment.
Moxibustion: Moxibustion or Moxa is a Chinese herb translated in english as Mugwort. Its properties are very warming and tonifying. Moxa can be used during a treatment to help enhance the flow of Qi.
Reiki: Reiki is a Japanese based energy work practice. It is based off of love and light, and can help create a comforting experience. Hands are placed over the patient and can create a sense of warmth. This practice is based off of the seven chakras in your body.
Medical Qi Gong: It is a set of techniques that involves physical postures, breathing exercises, and focused intention. Medical Qi gong is a practice that works with the metabolism and life force. It focuses and incorporates the balancing of the meridians and pathways using Qi.
Kinesio Taping: Kinesiotape is an elastic therapeutic cotton strip with an acrylic adhesive that has been used to successfully treat a variety of orthopedic, neuromuscular, neurological and medical conditions.