If you are reading this, then you are probably considering Acupuncture therapy to treat a health concern, be it physical or mental. Acupuncture is an effective and safe way to treat a wide variety of issues and this is acknowledged by the NIH (National Institute of Health) nccih.nih.gov/health/acupuncture
As a holistic therapy, Acupuncture restores mental and physical well-being and also treats symptoms that have already arisen. Many people turn to Acupuncture as the last resort, and many people also report after having treatment, that Acupuncture is the modality that has helped them the most. It is not a magic bullet, but a process. One treatment will not “cure” you, but a few sessions will likely give you significant improvement.
Success with Acupuncture is based on sound and studied physiological mechanisms of the body and brain. One unique aspect of Acupuncture is that it uses your bodies
inherent mechanism to heal. That means, that Acupuncture is not imposing a protocol of healing on to you, but is dramatically assisting your body to do what it needs to do to heal.