Acupuncture in Oakville

Solve aches and pains through acupuncture.

Acupuncture has been used to treat sore knees, allergies, neck pain and even depression, migraines and headaches.

For pain relief whether acute or chronic, treating some sleep disorders and relieving pain associated with sprains and strains, visit your local chiropractor and acupunturist.

Oakville Acupuncturists

Local acupuncturists can help you allieve a wide variety of conditions.

Did you know that you can treat your asthma with acupuncture? Asthma, allergies and shortness of breath can be addressed with the help of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine known as raditional Chinese medicine in China.

Acupuncture therapy and traditional Oriental herbal medicines prepared from various plant roots, barks, flowers, and fruits can alleviate asthma. Stress may also be a factor in asthmatic episodes.




Acupuncture Oakville

Oakville Acupuncture

Acupuncture is an ancient system of healing developed over a period of thousands of years as part of the traditional Chinese medicine. The treatment attempts to restore the balance of the universal energy "Qi" or "Chi" in the body through the painless application of fine needles into strategic points on the body to restore harmony and health.

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Oakville Acupuncturists
Acupuncture and Chiropractic 463 Kerr Street Oakville
Acupuncture and Herbs 1515 Rebecca Oakville
Bartolomucci Lidia- Well Life 2275 Westoak Trails Blvd. 905-465-2929
Emperor's Acupuncture Clinic 360 Dundas St. E. Oakville
Essential Touch 127 Trafalgar Road Oakville
Fusion Theraputics 1131 Nottinghill Gate #205 Oakville
Hassard Chiropractic Clinic 2361 Lakeshore Road W Oakville
Meng Ping 2368 Lakeshore Road W Oakville
Oakville Rehab 2524 Third Line 905-845-2293
Sakhuja Ravi 4300 Upper Middle Road Burlington
Trafalgar Ridge Chiropractic 2387 Trafalgar Road Oakville

Oakville Acupuncture

Acupuncture is available by several local qualified acupuncturists.

Acupuncture is considered an alternative medicine form which originated in China and involves the insertion of thin needles which serves to stimulate local regions of the anatomy for healing. Meridians are the channels that connect the optimal acupuncture points. Local chiropractor offices may provide this service in addition to acupuncturists.