By using acupuncture and Chinese herbs, we’ve been promoting good health and natural healing in the Milwaukee area since the 1990’s. Over 180,000 people have chosen us as their preferred acupuncturist for over 20 years!
We are conveniently located in The Bayshore Town Center above Trader Joe’s in Glendale, WI. Our clinic is easily accessible from I43, offers free covered parking, and is within walking distance from great restaurants and shops in and around The Bayshore Town Center.
We recognize that you are busy, so we also offer late treatment times: our clinic is open from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm.
Your first few visits may take a little extra time, but once you get comfortable with the procedure, they can take as little as 30 minutes. If you are ever in a hurry, let us know in advance so we can accommodate your schedule!
Clockwise from top left: Curry, Mindy, Brenda, Molly, Kelsie, Amanda, Morgan. and April.
How Acupuncture Works
Acupuncture is a Chinese healing art that dates back thousands of years. This holistic method works to balance the circulation in your body. The ancients called this force “Qi” (pronounced as ‘Chee’). Qi roughly translates to “air” or “vital life vapor.” In modern times, we can translate this to mean the flow of oxygen in your blood stream. Your health is influenced by the flow of “Qi” in the body and can be affected by physical, chemical, or emotional stress. Acupuncture will help balance the body to help it heal. With treatments over time, patients have recorded reducing, and sometimes eliminating, the need for drugs or surgery. Click here to read more about how acupuncture works.
Treatments can also release endorphins that eliminate pain. These pain killing endorphins work to relax your body and can actually help to regulate serotonin in your brain. It is even used effectively as an aid in the treatment sports injuries and, oddly enough, in balancing your emotions. Acupuncture increases circulation, which is proven to aid in your body’s natural healing process. Increased circulation helps by providing more of the nutrients through the blood stream to injured nerves and muscles, which maximizes healing and minimizes the recovery time associated with sports injuries including post surgical recovery.
What symptoms does acupuncture treat?
Acupuncture is great in the treatment of and reducing the pain associated with:
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