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Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine:  Acupuncture is a form of primary health care, based on traditional Chinese medical concepts and modern oriental medical techniques, that employs acupuncture diagnosis and treatment, as well as adjunctive therapies and diagnostic techniques, for the promotion, maintenance, and restoration of health and the prevention of disease. Acupuncture shall include, but not be limited to, the insertion of acupuncture needles and the application of moxibustion to specific areas of the human body, as well as the use of electroacupuncture, Qi Gong, oriental massage, herbal therapy, dietary guidelines, and other adjunctive therapies to promote healing.

Whole Health Functional Medicine:   Whole Health Functional Medicine is an integrative and patient-centered approach to healthcare that focuses on identifying and addressing the root causes of illness and dysfunction, rather than just treating symptoms. This approach takes into account the interconnectedness of various bodily systems, genetics, lifestyle factors, and environmental influences to promote optimal health and well-being. The goal is to create a comprehensive understanding of an individual's health and provide personalized strategies for prevention, treatment, and long-term vitality.  Amy creates a holistic blend of Chinese and Functional Medicine protocols and programs to support her patients along their individual healing  journeys.

Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation &/or Microneedling:  Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation may involve tools such as cupping, gua sha, and/or microneedling, which involves the administering of very thin, very small acupuncture needles into the superficial layer of facial tissue to stimulate collagen and elastin fibers, improve circulation, and reduce inflammation of the skin.  Anti-aging effects are seen through the reduction in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, lifting and toning of the facial muscles,  and an overall improved, refreshed appearance due to increased blood flow and lymphatic drainage within the facial tissue. Because acupuncture is a holistic medicine,  other acupuncture points on the body are incorporated as well to facilitate and compliment the rejuvenation treatment.  Acupuncture facial rejuvenation is typically done in an initial series of 12 weekly treatments to achieve maximum effectiveness.  The effects of facial acupuncture & microneedling can assist in extending and enhancing the results of botox and fillers , thus reducing the  frequency of such procedures or perhaps eliminating them, altogether, and have very minimal to no side effects.

Pediatric Acupuncture Treatments:  While traditional acupuncture treatments with needles are completely safe to use in pediatrics, it is understandable that many children and/or parents will feel apprehensive about this approach.  Therefore, Amy can also use many non-needling modalities when treating infants, children & teenagers that are equally as effective.  


APIT (Acupuncture Point Injection Therapy:  Acupuncture Point Injection Therapy involves the use of vitamins and/or homeopathic solutions to enhance the effects of acupuncture points, or to be entirely effective on their own as well. Options include B12, B complex, and various homeopathic formulas designed to treat conditions such as acute and chronic pain, arthritis, inflammation, weight loss, gynecological conditions, viral and bacterial symptoms/infections, and more!  Click here to read more in this month's blog!

Vagal toning therapy: Vagal toning is based on the polyvagal theory developed by researcher Stephen Porges.  This theory focuses on the nervous system and how our sense of safety, danger or threat, can impact our mind and body.  The vagus nerve is one of the longest nerves in the body, communicating information on the gut, liver, heart, and lungs back to the brain (Breit et al., 2018). It is also the main nerve of the parasympathetic nervous system, which is the part of your nervous system responsible for helping your body to return to a state of balance (Breit et al., 2018). When one’s vagus nerve is weak, or has been overly taxed, it is harder to regulate emotions and return from a "fight-or-flight" response state, especially during elevated and/or extended periods of internal or external stress or trauma.  This ability to return from a reactive state is referred to as neuroplasticity. Vagal toning exercises help to strengthen the vagus nerve and one's capacity for neuroplasticity in a restorative and non-invasive manner in order to regain a state of calm and balance in the nervous system and switch off the fight or flight response that is so taxing to the mind and body. The overall goal is train the nervous systems to be more aware, regulated and resilient so one can more effectively respond to life’s challenges and maintain a more consistent overall state of well-being.

Trauma-informed Yoga for Healing:   Specific yoga movements coordinated with breathwork are utilized to facilitate the release of trauma from the body & mind, helping to calm the nervous system and restore balance.

Physical Fitness training/Yoga/Nutrition/Lifestyle Coaching:  Combine any or all of these modalities to achieve optimal goals of weight and/or body fat loss, gain lean muscle mass, increase energy and capacity for conditioning & endurance, and improve overall health & well-being!  If you are training for a specific athletic event or goal, please let Amy know and she will customize an effective program for you!

Manual Therapy:  Intuitive touch and the use of Traditional Chinese Medicine manual therapy techniques to relieve pain & stiffness, improve range of motion and overall mobility, release stress and/or trauma being held in the physical body, & restore functionality of the musculoskeletal system

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