Dragonpoint Acupuncture’s private rooms offer a comfy respite from the day with soft lighting and heated beds. Calming music plays as a licensed acupuncturist inserts hair-thin needles into specific areas on the body to help treat stress, pain, allergies, digestive issues, and reproductive problems. The staff also employs other aspect of Chinese medicine, including herbal remedies and cupping, to assuage aches.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Acupuncture
Brands Used: Bach Flower Remedies, Golden Flower Herbs, NuHerbs
Pro Tip: Shen Dao means Spirit Path. We believe you can't heal the body unless you also treat the spirit.
John Porter has always been fascinated with the complex mechanics of the human body. From a young age, his goal was to attend medical school and learn how to help people overcome illness and injury. This all changed when he began to question what he saw as the reactionary nature of Western medicine instead of preventing those symptoms from manifesting in the first place. John's questions eventually led him to study the millennia-old techniques of traditional Chinese medicine. He founded East To West Therapeutics as a place where he could combine his extensive training as a kinesiologist, a massage therapist, and a practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine.
The complementary nature of these diverse modalities allows John to design personalized treatment regimens that restore balance among the mind, body, and spirit. This balance is intended to support the body's natural efforts to overcome painful symptoms and help resist illness and injury in the future. To accomplish this, John offers bodywork treatments based on massage modalities?including everything from Swedish and deep-tissue techniques to myofascial release and trigger point therapy?as well as Eastern treatments, such as acupressure, Japanese shiatsu, and acupuncture.
Whole Health Center’s chiropractors, acupuncturists, and certified massage therapists vary in their specialties, but they work toward a common goal—to get clients healthy without the use of drugs or surgery. To achieve this mission, they call upon the body's own healing capabilities using noninvasive techniques such as spinal adjustments, massages, and acupuncture. They demonstrate their commitment to patient health not only by customizing treatment plans after a thorough consultation and exam but by keeping their doors open to walk-ins and appointments seven days a week.