WELCOME LAKE HAVASU CITY RESIDENTS AND VISITORS
Since coming to Lake Havasu,
the greatest gift I have received is
the trust you’ve place in me
for your healthcare!
During this fall, may you and your family
take the time to eat well and live well,
nourishing your body and mind.
Also, it’s a good time of year to clear that
clutter you’ve been intending to and
organize your life.
Live your life in gratitude. Be well.
My heartfelt thanks.
“Acupuncture encourages well-being through greater self-awareness.
Being present with ourselves and connected to our sensations opens new depths of aliveness!”
Why choose Acupuncture Solutions?
I am committed to provide an environment that is welcoming where the patient comes first. My goal is to give you the experience of balance through East Asian Medicine – acupuncture, tuina, moxibustion, cupping, herbal therapy, nutrition. Then, the knowledge of how to maintain your own health mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually.
“Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social wellbeing and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”
– World Health Organization
Questions about Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is a SAFE, NATURAL and EFFECTIVE way to treat illness, disease and pain.
Although Acupuncture may seem new or unusual to you, it’s actually an ancient modality. Acupuncture is a type of therapy that has been in use since the second century in Asia. At the core of this ancient medicine is the philosophy of Qi (pronounced “chee”). Qi is the energy that animates you, protects you from illness, pain and disease. And because the modality of Acupuncture works to build, control, release, move, raise or lower Qi, it’s been the subject of active scientific research both in regard to its basic and therapeutic effectiveness. It was said in ancient texts that: “When the Qi flows freely throughout the body, one enjoys good physical, mental and emotional well-being.” Today, Acupuncture is used throughout the world because it’s SAFE & EFFECTIVE. It’s steeped in tradition.
Earliest healers used pointed rocks, called bian (meaning “using stone to treat disease”), to perform acupressure and bleeding techniques. The progression continued from bone to bamboo to ceramic, bronze and iron and then to steel. Gold needles were found in a tomb around 2000 B.C. in the Hebei province in China. Today, acupuncture needs are classified as sterile, surgical instruments. The needles are single use, disposable and the size of a cat’s whisker.
Acupuncture is appropriate for all ages, from infants to the elderly.