Traditional Chinese Medicine teaches that the Qi, or life force energy, runs through channels and meridians. The human body has twelve standard meridians and eight extraordinary meridians. The acupuncture points run along each meridian. Acupuncture is performed by inserting a filiform needle into specific points to unblock the key meridians, which allows the Qi to flow freely and alleviates pain as well as restores the body to balance and a state of well being.
Modern Science has proven the efficacy of acupuncture through many experimental studies over the last 10 years. The mechanisms are too varied and complicated to explain in brief, but you can ask Dr. Nicolle to simplify and explain what we know NOW about how acupuncture works from a modern physiological and scientific perspective when you come for your session.
A technique that starts out with a series of treatments, then evolves into a maintenance schedule, Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture helps to increase collagen and muscle tone in the face to help the patient look fresher and more relaxed. Firmness and tightness of the skin, as well as decreased darkness and under eye bags, are also benefits of this therapy. Points are chosen on the face, as well as on the body, in order to balance hormones and assist the immune system and not just target the facial area. I can help your outer appearance reflect the divineness within!
Prolotherapy involves injecting a substance into the body to promote the growth of normal cells, tissues, or organs.
Segmental therapy is the use of a saline solution which is injected subcutaneously in a wheal formation under the skin, which then disperses into the tissues. It is useful for stubborn, chronic conditions such as injuries from motor vehicle accidents and soft tissue injuries that will not respond to other therapies.
Mesotherapy is a technique that uses injections of vitamins, enzymes, hormones, and plant extracts to rejuvenate and tighten skin, as well as remove excess fat.