Below are some resources with more information about acupuncture and other Chinese Medicine services that we offer. In addition to the services that we offer, some of these resources discuss other natural healing options to achieve and maintain a level of whole-body health in your life.

What to Know About Acupuncture - We answer some of the FAQs that we receive about acupuncture as well as discuss those that would benefit from acupuncture and other complementary treatments.

Chakras 101 - There are seven chakras, which are thought to be the life-force energy centers of the body and receive, transfer and absorb energy (qi).

Liver Cleansing Foods - Your liver is an important organ that helps to process nutrients, remove toxins, and build proteins. There are a number of foods that can help to cleanse your liver and keep it as healthy as possible.

Electro-Stimulation Therapy - Electric muscle stimulation utilizes low-electrical current to enhance the benefits of acupuncture and improve the effectiveness of treatment especially for chronic, stubborn pain.

Thieves Oil - Origin & Benefits - The original thieves oil was created during the Black Plague by French "thieves" and was invented as an antiseptic, antibacterial and antimicrobial that is still used by many today.

For more resources on Acupuncture, visit these links:

Veterans Administration Covers Acupuncture | Battlefield Acupuncture Seminars

Acupuncture: In Depth | NCCIH

Acupuncture | Wikipedia

Acupuncture | Johns Hopkins Medicine

Chinese Medicine | Johns Hopkins Medicine Health Library,P00176

Acupuncture | Mayo Clinic

Back Pain: Acupuncture Treatment and Points | WebMD

How Does Acupuncture Work? Points, Benefits & Needles | MedicineNet

Layman’s Guide to Oriental Medicine, giving you information through a FAQ section | Midwest College of Oriental Medicine

The ABC’s of TCM and Acupuncture | Acupuncture Today

Can Acupuncture Help with Addiction Recovery? | The Recovery Village

Spirituality and Core Change | Rehab Spot

Alternative & Complementary Mesothelioma Treatment | The Mesothelioma Center

Complementary and Alternative Treatments for Mesothelioma Patients | Mesothelioma Hub

Mesothelioma Fund

What is Mesothelioma? | Mesothelioma Justice Network