Align Acupuncture

Health, Wellbeing, Treatment, Therapy

262-599-8041

Health, Wellbeing, Treatment, Therapy

262-599-8041

Acupuncture is a means of stimulating your body's capacity to heal.  Hair thin needles are placed in locations that can help your body overcome the stresses it may currently be having difficulty healing.  Acupuncture uses your body's own natural healing mechanisms, so there is no need to worry about side effects or risks of complications from treatment.

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Chinese Herbalism is a detailed and comprehensive system of utilizing medicinal plants that can gently, but powerfully nourish and stimulate specific functions in the body.  These substances can impact a wide array of health concerns, and preserve good health without the complication of side effects that can often accompany pharmaceuticals.

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The human body has evolved to run on nutrients obtained from food. Periods of increased stress and illness can increase the body's need for specific nutrients in order to optimally heal. An improved diet and targeted nutrition can help you overcome many obstacles to your health so that you can better meet your goals and feel your best every day!

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"In many trials acupuncture has proved to be beneficial for patients to improve or prolong their life for relatively low cost. Acupuncture is also valuable for the insurance system, reducing the number of drugs used (including refunded ones), reducing the number of days spent in hospitals, days off the work, and in many cases saving patients from expensive operations because of clinical improvement."

https://www.evidencebasedacupuncture.org/economics/

"In many trials acupuncture has proved to be beneficial for patients to improve or prolong their life for relatively low cost. Acupuncture is also valuable for the insurance system, reducing the number of drugs used (including refunded ones), reducing the number of days spent in hospitals, days off the work, and in many cases saving patients from expensive operations because of clinical improvement."

https://www.evidencebasedacupuncture.org/economics/