Acupuncture Treatment

Acupuncture for Fertility – How Does Acupuncture Improve Fertility?

Nowadays, busy lifestyles and constant juggling of time puts a negative impact on couples already struggling to experience parenthood. This drives them to seek various treatment options to overcome infertility. From fertility drugs to home remedies to even surgery, couples check out all kinds of medical treatment to become parent of a child. Although modern healthcare provides various options such as in vitro fertilization (IVF), however, this can be an expensive treatment and could eat up savings. If you are trying to conceive, and cannot afford the financial costs of IVF, you may try an acupuncture treatment in Santa Rosa a holistic treatment that has helped many couples overcome infertility issues.Read More >

Does Acupuncture Really Work for Pain?

Nowadays,the majority of the American population is embracing various forms of alternative therapy such as acupuncture to treat myriad of health conditions naturally. Acupuncture is not at all a new therapy that must be considered as a last resort treatment option. In fact, for over 4,000 years acupuncture has been an integral part of Chinese medicine. In recent years, acupuncture has jumped on the radar of many people’s lives due to the benefits offered by it! So, does acupuncture service in Santa Rosa work for pain? And, if yes how does it treat pain? Let’s check this out:Read More >

Why Choose Acupuncture Treatment in Santa Rosa?

It’s a growing discipline. This year, thousands of people in Santa Rosa will be trying acupuncture treatment for the first time. The value of acupuncture is slowly being realized within the general population, and within this latest post, our team explains more about the general benefits that acupuncture treatment can bring to your day-to-day life.Read More >

How Acupuncture Treatment in Santa Rosa Can Help with Depression

Depression is one of the true “silent killers” in our world today, with an estimated 350 million people worldwide suffering from moderate to severe depression.  The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) suggests that nearly 7% of the American population suffers from depression – that’s over 16 million Americans!

Unfortunately, traditional medical science is not well-suited for treating depression.  All too often, those suffering from depression are simply handed “feel good” pills, in hopes of making the symptoms go away.  Not only does that not address the more underlying issues, but it can often result in the patient getting hooked on     their pills!

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