Acupuncture is a time-tested, holistic medicine that can help to decrease pain and restore function. It is also helpful for internal conditions like anxiety, GI problems, fertility, thyroid, allergies, and much more! Science is only beginning to grasp the powerful medicine that is Acupuncture and understand the mechanisms behind it. At Acu Chatt, we relieve pain with acupuncture, and help you live a happier and fuller life.
Dry needling is a technique used to treat trigger point pain and myofascial pain. This technique can and often results in a complete absence of symptoms, even in severe pain conditions that have been present for years. Other terms commonly used to describe dry needling, include Acupuncture, trigger point dry needling, ah shi needling, and intramuscular manual therapy.
E-Stim Acupuncture is a technique that works with the nervous system and muscles to restore correct brain-body communication. This therapy is excellent for post-stroke recovery, Bell’s Palsy, nerve hypersensitivity, or nerve degeneration. Dr. Jes or Dr. Danielle will determine if and when this is beneficial for each patient to have E-Stim Acupuncture during treatment.
ATP Therapy is a non-invasive and painless technique for treating pain that uses frequency-specific microcurrents. ATP (adenosine triphosphate) is the source of energy for use and storage at the cellular level. Microcurrents are delivered to certain parts of the body in an attempt to promote ATP production in the body. Frequencies have a direct effect on our bodies and can almost instantaneously change the chemistry. For example, there are frequencies clinically proven to reduce inflammation and others that improve circulation. It’s like writing a computer program for our bodies to heal. There are 100’s of frequencies that we use to reduce inflammation and pain.
Herbal Medicine is a core part of Traditional Chinese Medicine and has been effectively used for over 5000 years. At Acu Chatt, we use a combination of patent formulas and raw herbs depending on the condition we are working with. While a natural form of medicine, herbal formulas are still medicine and should only be taken under the guidance of a trained professional.