CT acupuncture



Acupuncture induces a strong anti-inflammatory response in the body and increases blood flow to compromised tissues, muscles, joints, and organs. Studies show that the body also releases endorphins, serotonin, and dopamine in response to acupuncture. This accounts for the relaxation and stress-relieving effects of the treatments. In essence, acupuncture stimulates the body to heal itself.

Our acupuncturists have some of the most extensive training of any you’ll find in the state. In Connecticut, acupuncture can be legally performed by a number of different health care providers. When choosing an acupuncturist, it is important to make sure you are making an informed decision. The following explains the different levels of training among acupuncturists and can be a helpful tool in choosing a provider.


Consult With Us

Get to know us! We’ll answer all your questions before you make the decision to start any treatments. We appreciate patients who take an active interest in their health. It's important that you feel comfortable in your decision to pursue acupuncture and confident in your choice of practice and practitioner.