Acupuncture

What is Acupuncture/ East Asian Medicine?

Acupuncture is a comprehensive healthcare system that originated in China over 3,000 years ago. It can be used to treat acute or chronic ailments, strengthen the immune system, and for pain management. After gathering information about your medical history, feeling your pulse and looking at your tongue, an Acupuncturist inserts extremely fine, stainless steel, sterile needles into specific points along the meridians (energetic pathways) of your body. The insertion of these needles signals the body to correct imbalances in the flow of Qi (life energy), and restore health and well-being.

Treatment Methods

We offer high-quality therapy from
highly qualified and experienced acupuncture experts

MOXIBUSTION

Warming an area or point with an herb called mugwort

TUI NA

Chinese massage designed to loosen muscles and increase blood flow

GUA SHA

A flat edged tool is used to scrap the areas increasing circulation and breaking up muscle tension

CUPPING

Suction device is used in various ways for various conditions including pain, detox, and allergies

ELECTRICAL
STIMULATION

Mild electrical current passed through the needles

Comprehensive Treatment

Our team of highly trained and qualified professionals will give a comprehensive evaluation and provide the most appropriate therapies including acupuncture, moxabustion, tui na, gua sha, cupping and/ or electrical stimulation.  Providers will also incorporate nutritional, lifestyle and herbal counseling based on the principles of East Asian Medicine. 

Acupuncture Suffolk County

WHAT ACUPUNCTURE CAN TREAT?​

According to the World Health Organization, the National Institutes for Health, and clinical experience, Acupuncture is useful in the treatment of several pains, disorders and illnesses.

James Shinol and his team of esteem colleagues also incorporate nutritional, lifestyle, and herbal counseling based on the principles of East Asian Medicine. These therapies work with the natural vital energy inherent within all living things to promote the body’s ability to heal itself. This system of health care is used extensively in Asia and is rapidly growing in popularity in the West.