Point-to-Point-Acupuncture
Conditions

The conditions we specialize in include:

  •  Pain management

  •  Musculo-skeletal injury and scar removal

  •  Stress, anxiety and depression

  •  Facial rejuvenation

  •  Varicose vein and spider vein removal

  •  Nodule, cyst and lipoma removal

  •  Weight loss and IBS

  •  Dermatological disorders  

  •  Quitting smoking

An acupuncturist works with Qi – the energetic principle of the body.

While medical doctors test bodily fluids and inspect various body parts,
an acupuncturist focuses on the more ethereal, "gaseous" state of the
body which animates it.

Before disease can be tested for or seen in bodily fluids or structures, it
disrupts the Qi of the body. Over thousands of years, Chinese Medicine
has developed methods to monitor subtle changes in health so that
action can be taken when the body begins to become unbalanced.

By reading your pulse, looking at your tongue and facial complexion, and
palpating your abdomen, an acupuncturist can determine which organ or
meridian system is dysfunctional, and restore you to optimum health
months or years before any affliction might be detected with lab tests or
MRI’s.

Acupuncture functions as a preventative medicine when such symptoms
that herald an energetic imbalance – pain, changes in mood, sleep
disturbances, abnormal digestion, headaches, menstrual irregularities
and problems with fertility – are treated.

Once disease has taken hold, acupuncture is still effective at restoring a
person's health, but progress is slower, and typical Western treatments
should not be completely overlooked.

Acupuncture and Western medical treatments are complementary to
each other:
not every ailment can be treated by drugs and surgery – and
vice versa.

Conditions commonly treated by acupuncture include the following:

Cardiovascular Disorders
Anemia
Dizziness/Vertigo
High and low blood pressure
High cholesterol
Palpitations
Poor circulation

Dermatological Disorders
Acne
Allergic Reactions
Dandruff
Dermatitis
Dry skin
Eczema
Psoriasis
Rashes

Disorders of the Eye
Acute conjunctivitis
Cataracts
Central retinitis
Myopia (in children)

Disorders of the Mouth
Gingivitis
Parotid gland tumor
Sjogren's syndrome
Sore thoat/pharyngitis
Toothache, post-extraction pain

Gastrointestinal Disorders
Acid Reflux
Duodenal ulcers
Colitis
Constipation
Crohn's disease
Diarrhea
Esophageal spasm
Gastritis
Hiccough
Hyper-acidity
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Ulcerative colitis

Neurological and Musculoskeletal Disorders
Arthritis
Back pain
Bell's palsy (
if treated in the first 3–6 months, though improvements can
still be seen if treated later
)
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Epilepsy
Fibromyalgia
Frozen shoulder
Headache and migraine
Intercostal neuralgia
Knee pain and weakness
Peripheral neuropathy
Meniere's disease
Neurogenic bladder dysfunction
Nocturnal enuresis
Peripheral neuropathy
Sciatica
Tennis elbow
Trigeminal neuralgia

Psychiatric Disorders
Addiction
Anxiety
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)  
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Depression
Insomnia
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Stress/Tension

Respiratory System
Allergies
Asthma
Bronchitis
Common cold
Influenza
Pneumonia
Rhinitis
Sinusitis
Sore throat
Tonsillitis

Women’s Health
Amenorrhea
Dysfunctional uterine bleeding
Infertility
Menopause
Menstrual Cramps
PMS

Men's Health
Erectile dysfunction
Difficult urination
Low sperm count
Premature ejaculation