Smithtown, NY Non-Needle Acupuncture

Non-needle therapy is an alternative to traditional acupuncture and may be preferred for those who have an aversion to acupuncture needles. It can also be used for children, the elderly or those who have a compromised immune system. Some may even consider using non-needle acupuncture with traditional acupuncture to heighten the results.*

To schedule an appointment for any of our non-needle acupuncture therapies, give our office in Smithtown, NY a call today at 631-708-3500.

Convenient location & Hours

Our clinic serving Greater Smithtown is conveniently located with off-street parking. The clinic is open throughout the week and on Saturdays. With little to no wait time, you will receive on-time care from your provider. We believe that your time is as valuable as our time.

Smithtown Non-Needle Acupuncture

Address: 38 Landing Ave, Smithtown, NY 11787

Phone: 631-708-3500

Mon-Fri – 10AM – 6PM
Saturday – 10AM – 2PM
Sunday – Closed

Types of Non-Needle Acupuncture We offer

Laser Acupuncture: The stimulation of acupuncture points with non-thermal, low-intensity laser irradiation.*

Cupping: Heated cups will be applied to the skin along the meridians of the body, creating suction to stimulate the flow of energy in the body.*

Localized Cryotherapy: Cryotherapy wellness includes applying a controlled amount of cold air to an affected area to help reduce inflammation, swelling or pain.*

Ear Seeds: Small black seeds from a vaccaria plant will be secured to the ear on specific acupuncture points that connect to different organs and systems within the body.*

Sound Therapy: Sound healing therapy is used to help restore harmony and balance to the body’s biological rhythms and processes. Sessions often include the use of tuning forks, energy chimes, bells, vocal toning, and rattles.*

Cryotherapy in Smithtown NY
Patient and Therapist During a Ultrasonic Massage

Ultrasonic Massage:  This therapy works to stimulate tissue with the help of soundwaves for injuries or issues such as inflammation, muscle strains or runner’s knee.*

Infrared Heat: Instead of a direct heating method, infrared heat sessions penetrates deep into the body and can result in increased circulation and relaxation of body tissue.*

Moxa Therapy: Also known as moxibustion, this form of heat therapy focuses on using dried plant materials called “moxa” that are burned on or near the skin’s surface. This is meant to invigorate the flow of Qi throughout the body.*

Electric Stimulation: To perform electric stimulation, we use a non-needle therapeutic device called the Acutron. This machine utilizes probe pads that produce electrical frequencies, light wavelengths, and polarities for each individual patient’s condition.*

Needle vs. Non-Needle Acupuncture

The main difference between needle and non-needle acupuncture is the method of stimulating joints and energy flow through acupuncture meridians. With traditional acupuncture, also known as needle acupuncture, stimulation is achieved through the application of fine needles at acupuncture points. While non-needle acupuncture focuses on microcurrent frequencies and vibrational healing without the use of needles.*

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M, T, Th, F: 10AM-6PM
W: 10AM – 2PM
Weekends: Closed

38 Landing Ave
Smithtown, New York 11787

*The effectiveness of diagnosis and treatment will vary. Integrative Family Wellness does not guarantee certain results.