Acupuncture is said to unblock the body’s energy pathways, similar to the way a busy sidewalk is easily cleared by poking pedestrians with a javelin. Remove troublesome obstacles with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$39 for a one-hour deep-tissue trigger-point massage (a $70 value)
$59 for your choice of the following acupuncture sessions (up to a $215 value)
- Facial-rejuvenation acupuncture with pearl facial cream
- Weight-loss acupuncture with dietary consultation and a Daily Slim herbal weight-loss supplement
- Pain-management acupuncture with orthopedic exam, traditional Chinese medical assessment, and pain-relief balm<p>
$85 for an acupuncture package (a $180 value)
- Holistic lifestyle and nutritional consultation
- Pain-release acupuncture treatment
- 15-minute tui-na trigger-point massage<p>
Deep-tissue massage is a slow-moving modality that addresses muscle tissues, tendons, and fascia in order to relieve chronic pain. A medicinal Chinese form of bodywork, tui-na massage increases the flow of energy throughout the body through rhythmic compression along energy meridians. The massage incorporates many different motions, including gliding, kneading, and friction, to reduce inflammation and relieve chronic pain.
Dr. Zhou's Acupuncture, Pain Management and Wellness Clinic
Shorewood Today magazine states "One of Wisconsin’s most prominent doctors of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is now practicing right here in Shorewood." Dr. Xiping Zhou, MDOM asserts that his application of TCM is "beyond needles... beyond pain," as he once told the Isthmus in a lengthy profile about his practice. His approach to acupuncture transcends the boundaries of traditional therapies. Although many holistic practitioners eschew Western medicine, Dr. Zhou established his belief in its benefits, such as modern diagnosis technology used with traditional Eastern healing modalities.
Dr. Zhou now performs acupuncture in his own 6,500-square-foot facility, called Dr. Zhou's Acupuncture, Pain Management and Natural Wellness Clinic. Zhou draws from what he sees as the best elements from different healthcare philosophies to treat ailments such as chronic pain, infertility, and to encourage weight loss. In feng shui-inspired rooms, diagnostic equipment sits alongside maps of the body's chi. A staff of eight massage therapists, including three acupuncturists and two doctors of Chinese medicine, are on hand to help in all treatments.