Much like an automobile, the human body requires proper care to stay healthy and suitable for calendar photos. Maintain your natural mode of transportation with today's Groupon to G&L Acupuncture and Wellness Center: for $49, you get a natural-wellness package (a $195 total value), which includes the following:
• New patient consultation and a 45-minute acupuncture session (a $145 value)
• Therapeutic TDP-lamp heat treatment (a $15 value)
• 15-minute Chinese medical massage (a $35 value)
The adept staffers at G&L Acupuncture and Wellness Center implement traditional healthcare methods such as Chinese herbal medicine, massage therapy, and acupuncture. During a new patient consultation, wellness specialists evaluate each patient to determine physical and spiritual targets for the acupuncture session.
Affected areas are then targeted with sterilized, single-use, stainless-steel needles during an acupuncture treatment. When inserted into precise points along the body, these microfine needles collaborate with nervous and circulatory systems to help regulate endorphins and ease lingering pains.
The TDP heat treatment warms muscles, and the 15-minute tuina massage takes advantage of a push-and-grasp kneading technique. The massage methods also work to increase blood circulation and relieve weary backs of physical blockages and out-of-sight, out-of-mind Kick Me signs.
G & L Acupuncture and Wellness Center
The team of holistic healers at G & L Acupuncture and Wellness Center manipulates the body’s healing energies from the inside out with combinations of acupuncture, massage, and Chinese herbs. Disharmonious meridians wreaking havoc in the form of chronic pain, digestive issues, or headaches come into alignment with acupuncture or Tuina massage. Chinese herbs combine the benefits of plant-based medications with the joy of swallowing pills to maintain the therapeutic momentum of acupuncture and Tuina massage.
Although they adhere to the same philosophy of holistic healing, each member of the team brings their own unique skill set and experiences to the practice. Two acupuncturists with backgrounds working in a 500-bed Chinese hospital join together with an acupuncturist who trained in physical therapy and one who trained in applied physics.