Acupuncture has survived over the past two thousand years because it has developed very effective methods of discerning and treating diseases in order to help restore patients to health. Drawing from the best of this time-honored tradition we acupuncturists still take time with patients to look at what is happening below the level of symptoms.
In addition to acupuncture, Chinese herbal therapy is now available when appropriate for a patient. Ohio state law has created a separate license category of "Licensed Oriental Medicine Practitioner" for those who have NCCAOM certification in both acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Ann holds this license as well.
Acupuncture and herbal therapy has been used for millennia in the treatment of women’s gynecological conditions. Among these conditions one of the most important has been infertility. Read more about infertility »
Food sensitivities, seasonal allergies, environmental sensitivities, auto-immune conditions. Read more about immune conditions »
Both long term and recent pain including, but not limited to, shoulder, low back, and neck.