As you may know, Advanced Chiropractic and Acupuncture offers acupuncture as a complement to other natural healing techniques such as chiropractic adjustment. What you might not realize, however, is how many acupuncture modalities can be put to work toward your health and wellness goals.
Conditions Dr. Slota's patients have had great relief from:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Neck pain
- Hot flashes
- Back pain
- Knee pain
- Osteoarthritic pain
- General pain
- Low energy
- Low mood
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This modality involves the placement of hair-fine needles at strategic points on the body. Traditional Chinese Medicine holds that these points alter the flow of life energy along pathways called meridians. The needles alter nerve conduction and release pain relievers called endorphins.
Electroacupuncture works on the same basic principles as standard acupuncture, only with electrodes stimulating the needles. The electrical current can enhance the power of the treatment.
Cupping boosts circulation, relaxes muscles, and releases scar tissue.
Discover the Wide World of Acupuncture
Our chiropractic team can show you first-hand just how powerfully, easily, and effectively acupuncture can increase your health, wellness, comfort, and function. Contact our clinic (519) 601-4325 today to schedule an initial consultation and evaluation.
Dr. Slota is an Acupuncture Provider and has the following training in Clinical Acupuncture:
"This 200 hour advanced acupuncture training program has been offered annually for over 15 years. It has been designed to accommodate practicing chiropractors, medical doctors, naturopathic doctors, dentists, and physiotherapists, depending upon the individual regulatory college requirements. The program incorporates intensive hands-on training, the major theories in Traditional Chinese Medicine, as well as up to date biomedical theories in acupuncture. The course is endorsed by the Acupuncture Council of Ontario (ACO). Completion of this program allows licensed chiropractors to provide acupuncture services to patients as an adjunctive therapy, if the services comply with the provincial standards of practice" CMCC 2008