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Headaches. Insomnia. Joint paint. When your peruse the list of ailments that acupuncture is said to correct, it's easy to see why this ancient Chinese practice has been around for centuries. At Ypsilanti Community Acupuncture, a duo of acupuncturists—Li Coger and Aaron Li—use their expertise to assuage pain and discomfort by inserting thin, sterile needles along the body's meridians. Both hold certifications from the China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences of Beijing and use needles to unblock the body's energy, or qi, resulting in a holistic solution to common health complaints.