Other Acupuncture–Related Therapies

Moxibustion:  a dried Chinese herb with known healing properties, that is rolled into sticks or cones, and then burned over points to warm the area.

Nutrition:  Food is used as a dietary therapy to support the body's health.

Qi Gong:  specific movements and breathing exercises used to invigorate or sedate energy

Electric stimulation:  a low–level safe electric current   attached to the needle stimulates acupoints.

Far-infrared heat:  heat lamp with special element plate used for deep heating and detox

Cupping:  placing glass cups over an area of the body creating a vacuum effect to increase relaxation and circulation

Tui Na:  a form of Chinese massage to invigorate or sedate energetic channels and structures.