Acupuncture Hartford- Logo
Acupuncture Hartford- Slide Image 1 Acupuncture Hartford- Slide Image 2 Acupuncture Hartford- Slide Image 3
Windsor CT

Acupuncture Windsor CTWhen pain is beginning to inhibit your work or daily life or if a debilitating medical condition persists even after surgery and prescription drug treatment consider acupuncture therapy from Acupuncture Associates in Bloomfield, CT. Under the guidance of licensed acupuncturist Marc Gerstein, Acupuncture Associates has been helping people in Connecticut and Western Massachusetts deal with a wide variety of medical conditions including eating disorders, depression, addiction to alcohol and nicotine, asthma, emphysema and migraine headaches. Employing a number of Chinese Herbal Medicine treatments including acupuncture and adjunct therapies such as abdominal massage, moxibustion and heat therapy, Acupuncture Associates offer residents of Windsor, CT a safe and affordable alternative to expensive surgery and prescription medication.

Acupuncture originated in China over 3,000 years ago and is practiced all over the world to treat medical conditions ranging from Carpal tunnel syndrome and arthritis to insomnia and chronic lower back pain. By strategically inserting fine needles on specific areas of the body, acupuncture attempts to re-direct the flow of vital energy, or qi, in order to return the body to a harmonious balance. Chinese Herbal Medicine believes that illness and pain are the result of the energy flow being blocked or obstructed and when those channels, or meridians, are cleared the body regains its natural balance and well being returns. Acupuncture can be used as a primary therapy treatment or as an adjunct therapy in which it used in conjunction with traditional surgery or prescription medication.

Acupuncture helps to prevent illness by improving the overall functioning of the body's immune and organ systems. Chinese Herbal Medicine holds that each meridian in the human body pertains to the function of a specific organ and that through the targeted stimulus of specific channels the normal flow of energy can be restored and returns the body to health. In addition to acupuncture treatment, Acupuncture Associates also employ other adjunct therapies including whole foods nutritional supplements, moxibustion, heat therapy, problem-specific massage and essential oils therapy to help patients relieve pain and treat the underlying root causes of a specific illness or disease.

Acupuncture Associates also specialize in dietary therapy that seeks to replace the unhealthy and nutrient-depleted foods we consume on a daily basis with whole food supplements that offer all the vitamins, minerals, trace minerals and phytonutrients our bodies need. To learn more about acupuncture and alternative Chinese Herbal Medicine therapies contact Acupuncture Associates today.

Back to Towns Served

Talk Now
Text Now