Resources for a More Balanced Life
The ancient art of acupuncture has helped people for thousands upon thousands of years. By placing needles along the body’s pathways, practitioners are able to help people feel better, recover faster, and live healthier lives.
The Paleo Diet has received a lot of attention in the past couple of years and is one of the most Googled terms when people want to change their eating habits. So what exactly is the Paleo or Primal Diet?
In a nutshell, it means going back to eating real, whole, unprocessed foods.
Just as acupuncture assists in maintaining a woman’s health during pregnancy, it is excellent for bringing a new mother’s body back into balance after labor and childbirth. Having an acupuncture treatment 3-4 days after delivery can be greatly beneficial for...
Do you have episodes of chronic abdominal cramping and pain with diarrhea and/or constipation? If, so you might have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). There are no tests for diagnosing IBS or specific medications for treating it, so if you suspect you have it, what can you do? Having treated IBS for many years, I have 3 recommendations I would like to share with you.
If you suffer from cedar here in Central Texas, here are some preventative tips that can make a huge difference.
Before a woman’s last period, she usually experiences a lengthy transitional phase that can include weight gain, mood swings, hot flashes, insomnia and night sweats. Acupuncture can help encourage the body to adapt to the hormonal changes by encouraging blood...
Are you suffering from the dreaded cedar fever? Learn more about its origin, symptoms, and how we can help you treat it.
Acupuncture is actually one of Traditional Chinese Medicine’s 3,000-year-old healing techniques. It’s based on the idea that chi, a vital energy, circulates throughout 12 invisible lines on the human body known as meridians. Each one is associated with a different organ system. When the flow of chi becomes imbalanced, a disease or medical issue is created.
Acupuncture is a great way to relieve pain, but did you know that the treatment also provides several other benefits? Here are just a few of the things you may experience after visiting a acupuncture clinic.
Regarding the novel coronavirus, here are my thoughts, intentions and policies here at Healing Acupuncture Center.
Karen E. Nunley
Healing Acupuncture Center
8705 Shoal Creek Blvd. #113
Austin, TX 78757
We no longer accept insurance, except for Covenant Management Systems, MediView and Austin Regional Clinic Employee Benefit Plans.