Acupuncture: It’s sticking around!

Acupuncture: It’s sticking around!
Acupuncture is used to alleviate pain and other conditions.

Acupuncture is one of the oldest forms of alternative medicine and Chicagoans like Rainer Reyes are still using it today.  After a back strain, Rainer turned to acupuncture to alleviate his pain. He said results were immediate.

By knowing the body’s meridians or connections, acupuncturists can tell a patients body exactly what to do.

And the alternative medicine helps more than just pain relief.  Acupuncturist Dr. Lorene Wu said it can be used for palpitations, cardiac arrhythmia, asthma,  and bowel issues. It`s also a really powerful tool for gynecology and post chemotherapy nausea.

For more information on Acupuncture, click here.

To contact licensed acupuncturist Collin Allen Campbell at KMF Integrative Health, click here. 

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2 Responses to “Acupuncture: It’s sticking around!” Subscribe

  1. cruz rangel January 4, 2014 at 2:12 pm #

    Every other day I get like a stiff neck and it goes to my face this all on my right side . I don’t know if it is the way I sleep or the way I sit but it’s very aggravating. I would like to know if I can get better by using acupuncture. I also have gerd. And that’s makes it hard also with the aggravation on my neck. Please let me know what I can do. Thank you. My Gmail is cruzrangel65@gmail.com.

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