When it comes to Traditional Chinese Medicine, one of our specialties at our Smithtown office includes Acupuncture.
Massage Therapy doesn’t just boil down to one simple definition, and it doesn’t serve just one purpose.
Remember the last time you experienced an injury, and reached for an ice pack? Technically,
Non-needle therapy is an alternative to traditional acupuncture and may be preferred for those who have an aversion to acupuncture needles.
Your acupuncturist will strategically place round jars (either glass, plastic or bamboo) on numerous trigger points on your body for suction release.
Sound therapy session is used to affect your brainwaves – patterns of electrical activity that are created by the billions of neural cells in our brains.
Cosmetic Acupuncture can help to promote natural looking enhancements to your skin over time.
Are you familiar with auriculotherapy? When it comes to auriculotherapy, a practitioner will apply pressure to different acupuncture
With the deep muscle massager, the thumper, this is an add-on to acupuncture and is often used for managing pain.
This type of Therapy can help reduce adverse reactions to food or environmental factors like eggs, milk, peanuts, aspirin and many other environmental agents.*
Topical herbal therapy is an adjunct therapy for pain management. Herbal Medicine includes using parts of a plant to reduce.
During any stage of your life and especially before any physical activity, you’ve most likely been told to stretch.