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Acupuncture in Albuquerque

Acupunture in Albuquerque

What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese practice that involves inserting thin needles into the body at specific points. It promotes healing and well-being by restoring balance to the body's energy flow. Acupuncture is often used to treat pain, but it can also be used to address other challenges such as chronic disease, gynecological disorders, digestive problems, anxiety relief, stress reduction, and overall wellness.

What Does Acupuncture Help With?

  • Poor quality sleep, or chronic insomnia​

  • Negative effects of excess professional, social, or emotional stress​

  • Gas, bloating, heartburn, urinary/bowel dysfunction, or high cholesterol​

  • Muscle tension in your back, shoulders, or neck​

  • Unhealthy habits/addictions (i.e. abusing alcohol, food, drugs, cigarettes, caffeine)​

  • PMS, gynecological/menopausal/sexual disorders, infertility or prostate problems​

  • Headaches​

  • Poor circulation​

  • Depression, anxiety, worry or nervous exhaustion​

  • Arthritis, Chronic joint pain/dysfunction or sports injuries​

  • Allergies, sinus or respiratory problems​

  • Skin issues​

  • Fatigue or low energy

Is Acupuncture right for me?

The goal of acupuncture is to restore balance in the body and promote healing. 

Is acupuncture right for you? That depends on what kinds of results you're seeking. If you're struggling with a chronic health condition, Oriental medicine will definitely help. Acupuncture is also great for relieving stress and tension headaches.  

If you're looking for a more natural way to treat your health issues, acupuncture is an effective option.  If you're considering acupuncture it's important to find a qualified practitioner, like Dr. Pamela Cornish DOM, NP.  

When looking for a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, be sure that your acupuncture provider is a trained professional, Nationally Board Certified, who graduated from a licensed Chinese Medical School.  Please don’t settle for another type of healthcare provider who uses “dry needling” in order to advertise “acupuncture” among their offerings.  Remember, acupuncture is only one of the six branches of Oriental Medicine.

Albuquerque Acupuncturist
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Natural Therapies
Pamela Cornish, DOM, NP

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