Manual Myofascial Therapy unblocks adhesions in the soft tissue through deep manipulation, facilitates the circulation of energy (qi) and blood, warming, nourishing, and moistening the sinews and muscles of the body, as well as, releasing pain from the soft tissues of ligaments, tendons, muscles and associated joints...

Many conditions may respond to acupuncture, including those related to the following:


neurological system


musculo-skeletal system


respiratory system


gynecologic and reproductive system


digestive system


genito-urinary system


Acupuncture may also help with:


acute and chronic pain


maintaining emotional balance


stress reduction and detoxification


I request verbal consent before I administer each technique. You are never out-of-control under my care. I will honestly tell you what to experience and whether I highly recommend you breathe through a technique you are fearful of or decide to abandon it because it is not essential to our goals. Acupuncture visits may require six to twelve visits to realize the benefits. I will continue to study new techniques in acupuncture styles (there are over 200 international styles: Chinese, Japanese, British, French Canadian, Vietnamese, Korean and Ayurvedic). The supreme medicine of course is eating plenty of organic vegetables and fruits -(your refrigerator is your medicine cabinet) exercising, and having positive thought vibrations.

Traditional Styles of Japanese Acupuncture and Moxibustion

(Tri-State College MS Degree 2009) originated in Japan in 562 AD with Korean Buddhist monks.

Traditional Chinese Acupuncture and Chinese Dietary Therapy

TCM is an ancient Chinese medicine, originating in Sri Lanka (Ceylon 37,000 BC), used to treat a multitude of diseases and conditions by restoring the normal flow of energetic life force Qi and Blood throughout the body systems, as well as, relieving physical, mental and emotional pain. Auricular (Ear) and Scalp acupuncture, fire cupping or air cupping and Vietnamese GuaSha may also be implemented.

Neuromuscular Insertion.

(McMaster University style) A neuromuscular insertion technique using acupuncture needles to stimulate peripheral nerves, with or without electricity, to induce physiological changes upon the nervous system and its effectors (endocrine, exocrine and immune systems), for therapeutic purposes. This style is for the treatment of musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction, including electro-acupuncture and the enlistment of muscle motor points and trigger points in order to improve blood profusion and restore neuromuscular function.

Classical Chinese Acupuncture

for emotional, spiritual, and psychological modulation of the challenges we encounter in our lives from time to time.