Hair-thin needles inserted into the skin aim to relieve chronic pain, stress, insomnia, migraines, and depression
About This Deal
- Potential benefits of acupuncture include pain relief (especially neck and back pain), migraine and headache reduction, and lower anxiety.
- Acupuncture FAQ
- During a cupping session, the therapist applies heated cups directly to the patient’s skin to create a vacuum. The heated vapors and light suction are intended to relieve stress, open energy channels, and detoxify the body.
After a chat with the licensed acupuncturist to determine how best to approach the treatment, retired nurse, Dale Tope helps to redirect chi with a series of sterilized hair-thin needles inserted at strategic focal points.
About Pflugerville Acupuncture
Migraines. Insomnia. Stress. Lower back pain. Traditional Chinese medicinal practitioner Dale Tope believes all of these problems and more can be quelled by a skilled acupuncturist. At Pflugerville Acupuncture, the licensed acupuncturist thoroughly evaluates each client before designing an acupuncture plan that targets a series of specific points on the body.
Tope, a retired nurse and former chief ward master for the Army, specializes in men’s health and patients suffering from PTSD. He not only helms acupuncture services but also prescribes at-home remedies from his apothecary, which stocks Chinese herbs, pain patches, and supplements that ease stress by growing into live-in butlers when submerged in water overnight.