Acupuncture in Missoula

We treat all different types of ailments with acupuncture. Acupuncture is a treatment where we insert little, thin needles through the person's skin at specific places and points on the body, to different depths. 
At the clinic we will insert needles into the clients body with the goal of grounding and energy balancing. 

A visit to the acupuncture clinic can help with boosting a person’s wellbeing and cure some illnesses along the way. 

Some conditions it is used for include different pains, such as: 

  • migraines 

  • high or low blood pressure 

  • whooping cough 

  • lower back pain 

  • knee pain 

  • osteoarthritis 

  • neck pain 

Acupuncture Treatment


Other disorders that a visit to the Montana acupuncture clinic may improve include: 

  • nausea and vomiting caused by chemotherapy 

  • gastric pain 

  • peptic ulcer 

  • menstrual pain 

  • dysentery 

  • aches and sprains 

  • rhinitis allergic reactions 

  • face pain 

  • morning sickness 

  • rheumatoid arthritis 

  • elbow pain,caused by tennis 

  • sciatica veins 

  • dental pain 

  • stroke reduction 

  • labor inducing 


Acupuncture can be very beneficial to a person's health, it has very few side effects, can be combined with other treatments and it may help patients whom pain medications no longer suitable. 

Here at the clinic a acupuncturist will examine the client to assessing the condition. Then, one or more sterile needles will then be inserted. Lastly, he or she will then give advice on aftercare or any other therapies, such as Chinese herbs that may be of help. 

 

What is Acupuncture Treatment?


The patient will lie down on their front, back, or on side, depending on where the needles need to be inserted. The acupuncturist will use only single, disposable, sterile thin needles. When each needle is inserted, the client may feel a very short stinging or tingling feeling. 

Once the needle is placed in the body there may be a slightly dull ache at the base of the needle that goes away after time. Acupuncture is pain-free. 

Depending on the condition the needles are stimulated or heated with electricity after being placed in the body.) 

The needles will remain in place for 5 to 30 minutes. 

The amount of treatments that are needed depends on the person. A patient with chronic conditions may need more than one or two treatments in one week or over several months. Acute conditions usually improves after completing the course of 8 to 12 different acupuncture treatments.

First initial appointment/$160

Visits after initial/$115

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