The burden of aches and pains makes it impossible for humans to run as fast as cheetahs, which is why the human diet is virtually devoid of gazelle meat. Keep fast food from getting away with today’s Groupon: for $29, you get a 90-minute acupuncture session at Tigerlily Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Clinic (a $120 value).
Tigerlily Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Clinic’s licensed acupuncturists wield age-old Chinese medicinal practices to release bottled bodily energy and restore balance with nearly painless needlework. First, pin professionals review the patient’s health history and personal concerns to tailor needle strategies to effectively evict stowaway stressors. With an ambiance eased by soothing melodies, personages repose atop the massage table as acupuncturists stealthily deploy single-use needles into points in the hands and feet, around the knees and elbows, or behind oversize handlebar mustaches. Although most patients report painless insertions, the miniscule spears sometimes elicit a slight pinch, ache, or tingle from dermal nerves. While acupuncture infuses relaxation into bodies after a single session, additional appointments may be necessary to substantially lessen pains from conditions such as migraines, carpal tunnel, or recurring nightmares of being chased by penny-farthings.
Licensed acupuncturists and Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine Vanessa and Douglas Rutkowski, who is also an Applied Clinical Nutritionist, team up at TigerLily Acupuncture to treat the minds, bodies, and spirits of their patients. Both passionate proponents of Chinese medicine, the two utilize the eons-old practice of acupuncture to clear blockages of chi, the energy that flows through the body. The addition of Chinese herbal medicine further augments the well-being of their patients. Additionally, the duo practices clinical nutrition and nutrition-response testing, delivering supplements to help improve health and moods and analyzing underlying causes of individual maladies.
2111 Dickson Dr.
Austin, Texas 78704