We are proud to offer acupuncture service at our location, which serves Barrie and Innisfil ON, and we look forward to introducing you to the many benefits of this type of therapy.
Acupuncture is an ancient form of Chinese therapy that has been used for hundreds of years. This form of therapy is based on the theory that energy flows through your body on pathways called meridians, and when something is blocking these pathways, illness can occur. The purpose of acupuncture is to unblock this energy and influence its flow back into its proper balance.
At Innisfil Wellness Centre, we are proud to offer acupuncture services at our location, which serves Barrie, Ontario, and we look forward to introducing you to the many benefits of this type of therapy. When you come in for an acupuncture appointment, we will place very thin needles into your skin at key points throughout your body in order to increase energy flow. Since these needles are so thin, it does not hurt to put them in the skin, although you might feel a slight bit of pressure.
Acupuncture therapy can be used to help with a wide range of conditions. For example, we have had patients suffering from lower back pain, severe menstrual cramps, anxiety, asthma, and fibromyalgia benefit from this form of therapy. We will only suggest acupuncture if we genuinely believe that it could help you and your individual situation, since we care about your overall health and wellness.
At Innisfil Wellness Centre, we look forward to helping you realize the many benefits of acupuncture therapy. Book your appointment today at our wellness centre by giving our office a call.
**Please note that we are taking every effort to keep our clinic clean and safe for everyone, including our staff and patients** We will be screening patients. If you have traveled internationally (last 14 days) and/or have had direct contact with a positive or probable case of COVID-19, please reschedule your appointment. If you have a high fever, cough and shortness of breath (cold-like) please contact us via phone or email to determine if your appointment with us needs to be rescheduled or need to be referred to your medical doctor or hospital for further investigation. If none of these apply to you, there is no need for concern and your appointment will remain unchanged.