How can Acupuncture give my body a healthy tune-up!

Acupuncture can correct the malfunction, by inserting needles into acupuncture points, which will send a message of stimulation or sedation to the organ or system causing the malfunction responsible for undesirable symptoms.

A well- balanced, smoothly-operating internal radio transmission system maintains the body in such good health that it is resistant to invasion from noxious factors in the external environment. A well-balanced system will also promote the rapid healing of wounds and retard the process of decay or aging.

Is the treatment painful?

Since acupuncture treatment involves the insertion of needles on various parts of the body, one might imagine a painful hypodermic needle that they might have received at a doctor's office hospital. By comparison, Acupuncture needles are very fine and the technique of a skilled acupuncturist inserting needles could be compared to less than a mosquito bite. Acupuncture is the safest and most painless treatment an individual could have for correcting a health problem.

How safe is it?

It is virtually impossible to contact AIDS or VIRUS or any other type of disease, when only disposable needles are used. These needles are perfectly sealed, package and are never used on another patient. They are "Disposable Needles" meaning exactly that, they are disposed of after each treatment on every patient.

How many treatments will I need?

Each individual is different, depending on your present health condition, age and how long you may have suffered with your present ailment. Whether you are presently taking medication or have had radical surgery. Generally speaking an individual's body doesn't become ill overnight, and one cannot expect an immediate overnight cure. Acupuncture usually requires a series of 10 treatments to correct a problem or more in chronic cases. In milder cases it is possible that 1-7 treatments may be all that is needed to recover.

Patience is a virtue and in most cases, patience is all an individual might need to correct one's health problem. Acupuncture has accomplished marvelous results when all other available methods have failed. Fantastic results have been obtained by using acupuncture for various health problems, as an anesthesia for surgery and many uses in veterinarian medicine for animals.

Does it really work?

The answer to this question is very simple. "If acupuncture didn't work and doesn't work and doesn't help, then why is it that for the last 5,000 years, it has been used as a truly scientific medical treatment in the orient and in other parts of the world. History proves enough!"

How does it work?

Acupuncture stimulates your body's own healing power. "Hypocrites", the father of medicine pointed out earlier that "Nature heals and a physician treats".

What this means simply is that regardless what kind of medical treatment you receive for any health problem' the reality is your own body heals or cures the ailment Medicine or medical treatment regardless of which form can only help or stimulate your body's own natural healing power.

Acupuncture is one of the best and safest treatment, with no side effects, with a 5,000 year old history to prove it. In the human body there are twelve basic meridian lines (natural energies flow in the body) and another eight which are extraordinary, two of these extraordinary meridians being the most used of eight. These meridians are manipulated by needles, moxa or other different types of instrument to create an even flow of energy throughout the body.

The meridian system may be thought of as a radio network in which the acupuncture points are transmitters and the vital organs, receivers. The meridians are invisible, tangible lines along which messages are sent from the acupuncture points to various parts of the body. When one organ or body system becomes overactive or inactive, it upsets the functioning of other parts of the body. The various parts of the body are interdependent and must all work together harmoniously if good health is to be maintained.

(352) 688-8088 
5330 Spring Hill Dr Suite C 
Spring Hill Fl 34606