Acupuncture Specialties

Orthopedic Acupuncture

One of the main reasons people seek out acupuncture is because they are in pain. In Chinese medicine, pain acts as a sign that something in the body is imbalanced or needs extra care. We provide specialized acupuncture and bodywork treatments to help you overcome pain, injuries, and orthopedic conditions.

Muscle & Acute Pain

Injuries

Orthopedic Conditions

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Pediatric Acupuncture

Acupuncture is for kids, too! At On-Point Health and Wellness, we specialize in holistic treatments for a variety of pediatric health conditions. Our gentle approach uses acupressure (gentle massaging of acupuncture points), non-needle tools to stimulate points and acupuncture channels, lasers, light electrical current, non-fire cupping, and lifestyle recommendations.

Parents must authorize these treatments and accompany the child on their visit. The initial appointment lasts around 45 minutes. Follow-up treatments last around 30 minutes.

Muscle & Acute Pain

Injuries

Orthopedic Conditions

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And More

Micro-acupuncture

While acupuncture is thousands of years old, we are always learning new ways to stimulate the body’s healing processes. A relatively new system of acupuncture called micro-acupuncture uses 48 special points on the hands and feet to powerfully heal a range of eye disorders and pain conditions.

Macular Degeneration

Retinitis Pigmentosa

Glaucoma

Eye Disorders

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Electrical Stimulation

Electro-acupuncture refers to the application of a pulsating electrical current to acupuncture points on the body. While electro-acupuncture may be used as a component of almost all acupuncture treatments, it has garnered especially good results regarding the treatment of neurological diseases, chronic pain, spasms, and paralysis. Electro-acupuncture is often used to speed healing and enhance performance in athletes.

Chronic Pain

Spasms

Injuries

Headaches

Neurological Disease

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What is Dry Needling?

Dry needling is a specific needling technique that uses needles in a way that primarily targets trigger points to release, easing muscle tension and pain. Acupuncturists commonly use dry needling techniques along with traditional acupuncture to provide a well-rounded and comprehensive treatment. We perform dry needling in conjunction with acupuncture therapy to help our patients fully heal from their pain and underlying issues.

Muscle Aches & Pain

Headaches

Inflamation

Respiratory Issues

Poor Circluation

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Our Certified Promise

We believe that education and training are at the core of responsible healthcare. The acupuncturists at On-Point Health and Wellness are fully licensed with over 4,000 hours of needle technique training and on-going additional certifications. This commitment to thorough training promises you a safe, effective, and comfortable acupuncture and dry needling experience. If you are interested in pursuing dry needling, it is vital to verify that the practitioner using needles is a licensed acupuncturist.

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