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Balance Your Chi


What is Acupuncture? 

Acupuncture is a natural millenary medical art used for retina virtually any conditions. Its reputation is preceded by millions of people around the world being treated effectively and its social acceptance increases day by day to its high efficacy and no side effects when use properly. 

Acupuncture works by directing and controlling the life force energy in the body traditionally known as Qi. This life force energy is responsible of the right operation of the body functions and its proper balance is fundamental for optimum health. 

In our clinic, we use painless gentle techniques, the best quality instruments and fictive procedures, all this with a truth holistic vision where spirit, mind and body are taken into consideration as a vital source of information to apply a treatment within the context of your unique needs a individual to bring your qi back to balance and as a consequence, you get your health back to normal or even better as a preventive system to keep you on your best right in tract.

Pain is a symptom of many conditions and has many causes and types. Pain can result from an injury, from a temporary state of discomfort, or from an ongoing illness or condition. Pain that lasts for six months or less is considered acute, and pain that lasts longer than six months is considered chronic. Every individual is different, and therefore, results and relief can vary.

Acupuncture helps to free blocked Qi and to fix imbalanced Qi and can enable the acupuncturist to get to and treat the root cause of the pain. Other therapies may be recommended alongside acupuncture, and acupuncture may be used in conjunction with conventional medicine, depending on the type of pain and the cause or pain.


Some common conditions treated with Acupuncture

Muscle, Bone and Nerve Pain 


Strains Back Pain

Leg Pain

Foot Pain

Stiff Shoulders and Neck



Tennis Elbow

Carpal Tunnel syndrome and Painful Joints 


Headache and Migraines

Rheumatism; Arthritis

Facial Paralysis; Bell’s Palsy


Pain Management: Service
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