Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine

Acupuncture is based on the belief that health depends on a balanced flow of Life Energy or Qi, also spelled Chi.  To correct any imbalances, acupuncture points are used to correct the flow of Qi along these meridians and to redirect the flow of energy to affected areas.  This is called acupuncture and has been used in the East for thousands of years.

Acupuncture is one major component of Eastern Medicine in which hair-thin needles are inserted into specific points in the body. Acupuncture points are selected based on their ability to stimulate the body’s own natural healing mechanisms through the physiological response to the insertion of the acupuncture needle.  The insertion of needles into specific points can alter biochemical and physiological conditions in order to treat a wide variety of illnesses.

wiseman acupuncture board

Acupuncture can be used to enhance immunity and to support both physical and emotional well-being. It is a safe and effective way to treat a wide range of medical conditions.  Acupuncture works best when it is part of a comprehensive integrative care plan as an effort to treat the whole person and achieve the best results.

The World Health Organization recognizes almost a hundred diseases, symptoms, or conditions for which acupuncture is effective.  Below are some of the conditions we treat with acupuncture; if your condition is not listed, please ask your health care professional if acupuncture may be right for you.

What We Treat:

  • Women’s health and related issues
  • Acute and chronic pain
  • Digestive issues
  • Stress
  • Insomnia
  • Depression
  • Hypertension
  • Male and female Infertility related issues
  • Weight Loss
  • Headaches, Migraines

Services Offered

  • Acupuncture
  • Herbal Consultation
  • Acupressure Bodywork
  • Reiki
  • Cupping

Editor’s Note: This content was created by our Wiseman Health content and writing team, without the influence of artificial intelligence engines. Our goal is to be your trusted source for natural health and medical information. This article was originally published on January 6, 2016 and has since been updated.

One Reply to “Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine”

  1. Would like to schedule ASAP for acupuncture. I see Sellma at the Bee Cave office- I’m assuming acupuncture is north? Thank you!
    Also can someone please verify my benefits – united healthcare on there.

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