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  Our Philosophy  

At Best Health Acupuncture we believe that health is a lifestyle. We use Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Acupuncture, exercise therapy, nutrition and mind-body techniques to address your health concerns and help you create a sustainable, healthy lifestyle. Becoming healthier is no quick-fix. It is simply a choice to align your daily life in a way that helps you achieve and maintain your optimal level of holistic health – mentally, physically and emotionally.

We believe a strong practitioner-patient relationship is fundamental in helping you reach your health goals. We take the time to get to know YOU by doing a thorough health history and initial assessment as well as on-going consultations and re-assessments to make sure we are getting the best outcome.

Whether you have a specific health concern you would like to address or are looking for wellness care we will work together to create a customized treatment plan that is unique to your individual needs and proven to provide the best results.

If you are interested in learning more about acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) or any of our other services please give us a call for a free 15 minute phone consultation.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture: Zen stones stacked on top of fallen tree

Acupuncture is based on Chinese Medicine and has been able to help billions of people improve their health throughout its 5,000 year old history.

Fertility

Acupuncture: Feet of a newborn baby

Healthy parents produce healthy babies. With acupuncture and TCM, parents can improve their health to create the most optimal environment for their unborn child.

Conditions

Acupuncture: Woman sitting on the floor

Acupuncture works by communicating with the nervous system in order to promote the body’s own self-healing and pain control mechanisms.

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