At High Point Health, we offer a range of holistic healthcare services, including Acupuncture and Non-Needle Therapies, designed to support your well-being naturally. These ancient practices have stood the test of time for their remarkable ability to promote healing and alleviate various health issues.
What is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese healing art that involves the gentle insertion of ultra-fine needles into specific points on the body. This precise technique stimulates the body's natural healing mechanisms, promoting balance and harmony within.
Your Personalized Healing Journey
At High Point Health, we understand that each person is unique. That's why our practitioners take the time to understand your specific needs and tailor treatments to your individual circumstances. Whether you seek relief from pain, support for emotional well-being, or a boost to your overall health, our Acupuncture & Non-Needle Therapies can be an essential part of your journey to wellness.
The Benefits of Acupuncture & Non-Needle Therapies:
Choosing the Right Technique for Your Wellness
Navigating the world of holistic healing can be both exciting and overwhelming. With various techniques like acupuncture, non-needle therapies, and more, you might wonder which one is best suited to address your unique needs. At High Point Health, we're here to guide you in making that choice.
Our experienced practitioners will take the time to understand your specific health goals, concerns, and preferences. We'll conduct a thorough assessment, considering factors such as your medical history, current symptoms, and overall well-being. With this personalized information, we'll recommend the most suitable technique or combination of therapies to support your journey to wellness.
Rest assured, you don't need to navigate this path alone. We're your partners in health, dedicated to helping you choose the right technique and providing the care you need to achieve your optimal well-being. Your health is our priority, and together, we'll find the approach that's just right for you.
Which Acupuncture Techniques Can Help Me?
There are many techniques that can help you, yet we first have to identify what's wrong and move forward with the most adequate for your needs.
● Chinese and Japanese Acupuncturefinding what works for you● Five Element Acupunctureaddresses emotional perspective● Trigger Point Acupuncture Therapyespecially for treating decreased range of motion and for pain relief● Auricular Acupuncture Therapy (ear acupuncture)for overwork, detox, emotions, and pain● Electrical Stimulationcommonly used for (sciatic) nerve pain● Acupuncture Facial RejuvenationNot commonplace at HPH, but it's been done and it works! Lift your face and handle your health issues at the same time!● Acupuncture Balance MethodFrom Richard Tan's lineage, gives immediate results!
What are Non-Needle Techniques?
Non-needle techniques are a set of holistic healing methods that offer gentle and needle-free alternatives to traditional acupuncture. These therapies are designed to promote wellness, alleviate discomfort, and enhance overall health without the use of acupuncture needles.
Here are some examples:
Moxibustion - This therapy evolved thousands of years ago in China, and was found to have been used on Ötzi, the “Iceman" found in the Italian Alps. It is part of traditional Chinese medical practices and came about at the same time as acupuncture.
Medical Massage and Acupressure - Acupressure is a branch of Traditional Chinese Medicine which involves the stimulation of acupuncture points with finger pressure using the power and sensitivity of human touch, rather than the insertion of needles. This form of healing is non-invasive and gentle.
Acutonics (SM) - uses vibrating tuning forks on acupoints, with less pressure than acupressure.
Cupping - uses suction cups that lift the skin and underlying tissue. In addition to acupuncture and herbology, cupping therapy has been part of Chinese medicine for over 2,500 years.
TDP Lamp therapy - TDP is an acronym for "Teding Diancibo Pu," which loosely translated means special electromagnetic spectrum. The premise of the lamp is that the far infrared (below visible light) emissions increase microcirculation and loosen fascia to accelerate the natural healing processes of the body.
Auricular (ear) therapy - Auricular seeds for acupressure are most often used for addiction, smoking cessation, and weight loss. It involves the stimulation of the acupoints located on the ear with tiny seeds or pellets. The seeds do not pierce the skin and are painless when affixed. The client will leave these seeds in for up to one week and re-stimulate the points by massaging the ear several times each day.