Acupuncture Health & Healing
Acupuncture is an ancient form of Chinese Medicine that assesses the body’s vitality through the understanding of yin and yang at it’s very core.
All visits can have any array of acupuncture, moxa, sotai massage, contact needling, electrotherapy, sound therapy, cupping, and more depending on the individuals needs.
Both chronic and acute injuries can be treated with acupuncture, moxa, electro-acupuncture, cupping, and more.
Addressed with an array of acupuncture, herbal formulation, dietary and lifestyle changes. gua sha, and skin care routine.
Facial acupuncture and gua sha may help boost collagen produce, smooth lines, reduce wrinkles and restore that healthy glow from boost circulation.
Head, Eyes Ears, Nose Throat
Acupuncture, herbal formulation, supplements, and food recommendations for supportive care.
Recovery from surgery
Acupuncture has been studied to reduce pain, inflammation, and to reduce overall healing time.
With dietary and lifestyle adjustments, acupuncture, auricular acupuncture, supplementation, and herbal therapy – weight loss can be greater supported.
Meet Tifanie Mayberry
To me, Chinese Medicine is the mother of medicine. When all else fails, we always know we can go back to her.
The Power of Herbal Formulations
Many of the herbal formulas that are still used today have been around for hundreds and at times thousands of years. The beauty in this medicine is how rich and expansive the historical trials are. This is truly a medicine that stands the test of time.
What to Expect
Before First Visit
Ensure paperwork is filled and sent back to us 48 days prior to your first appointment. This will allow us to have more quality time to add in the details during our time.
Your first visit will solely be an extensive intake with light diagnostics. This is where you tell me your health history and we revisit important health or life changes. To make the best of your visit, make sure you fill out all appropriate paperwork before your arrival.
Second Visit On
Come to your appointment well nourished, hair dry, and wearing loose clothing that can be moved easily to access back, legs, abdomen, and full arms. Do not come while under the influence of alcohol or substance as this will negatively impact your treatment.
After Visit Care
Make sure to stay hydrated with water or warm non-caffeinated herbal tea. Refrain from strenuous exercise immediately after care.