We offer a variety of holistic health services to customize the ideal treatment plan for you.
Both Traditional Chinese Medicine techniques and modern motor point or “dry needling” muscle therapy are included in our acupuncture treatments at Fort Saskatchewan Acupuncture.
Small filiform needles are inserted to provide relief from pain as well as treating internal medical issues. To learn more, check out the acupuncture Frequently Asked Questions.
All acupuncture treatments include the use of modalities such as moxabustion, cupping, guasha or tuina, depending your treatment needs.
Massage therapy is the manipulation of soft tissues and joints by kneading, compressing, and trigger pointing (among many other techniques).
The soft tissues of the body include tendons, ligaments, muscles and connective tissues. Apart from muscular injuries and tension, massage can improve sleep, reduce stress and relieve conditions such as tension headaches and migraines.
Moxabustion is a modality used by acupuncturists, which involves burning the herb mugwort (Artemesia Argyi) on or near the skin.
Moxa is used to increase the circulation of blood and Qi, expel pathogens and warm the interior.
Some common conditions treated with moxa are arthritis, common colds and muscle pain.
Cupping, Guasha and Tuina
Cupping, Guasha and Tuina (Or Chinese Massage) are all Traditional Chinese techniques that can be used for muscle pain and tension or for resolving internal medical conditions.
To learn more about cupping, guasha and tuina check out our Frequently Asked Questions.
Chinese Herbal Therapy and Supplements
We offer a variety of Chinese Herbal formulas and as well as high quality supplements,
liniments and home care products to enhance the effect of your treatment.
The cold laser is used to stimulate tissues at a cellular level to promote healing, reduce pain, and relax tight muscles. The laser is often used for improving healing time with
stubborn injuries such as sprains and broken bones. It can also be used to stimulate acupuncture points, and is often used for patients with low needle tolerance.
Please contact us if you have any questions about any of the services we provide.