What is acupuncture?
Acupuncture is a therapy that aids the body in healing itself! There is potential for all systems of the body to receive benefit.
Fine, sterile needles are placed on very specific points of the body to stimulate a healing response, specific functions and to clear blockages in circulation of Life Force (Qi). These insertions harness, direct, and stimulate particular points to help restore balance physically and emotionally, and to help alleviate symptoms for specific conditions. Acupuncture has the potential to provide many benefits, but many testimonials read, “I feel more like myself!” Acupuncture aims to achieve the best version of you.
Call our office at 410-821-7200 to inquire about available appointments.
Laura Sicari, L.Ac, M.Ac
Before becoming part of our practice, she was busy learning and training in acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, yoga, meditation and other healing and art modalities. As part of her journey, she has traveled all over the world to grow her integrative knowledge and practice. Laura currently holds a Master of Acupuncture degree from Maryland University of Integrative Health (formerly the Tai Sophia Institute) as well as a Master of Oriental Medicine degree and is currently expanding her knowledge of Oriental Medicine. Her integrative approach to acupuncture and wellness allows her to adopt a comprehensive and dynamic understanding of health. Her interests and passions include women’s health, addiction recovery, as well as spiritual and mental health and well-being. Her work as an actor, aerialist, movement artist and lover of poetry, gives rise to her belief that fully inhabiting and loving our bodies is essential to health.
We accept cash, check as well as all major credit cards.
Most insurances are accepted for acupuncture coverage; cost and coverage is subject to your individual plan. See the financial policy located on the Clinic Information page.
If you choose to waive insurance, New Patient consultations are $125 and follow up appointments are $80.
Some of the most common conditions that acupuncture can help to treat are:
- Depression and anxiety
- Substance abuse
- Hypertension (high blood pressure)
- Sinus pain and pressure
- Women’s reproductive health
- Fertility issues
- Overactive bladder
- Post-operative pain
- Side-effects from chemotherapy and radiation
- Morning sickness
- Gastritis and ulcers
Acupuncture has a cumulative effect; for the best possible results, it is important to keep regular appointments. Similar to chiropractic, acupuncture can improve quality of life as well as treat a wide range of conditions. Most importantly, acupuncture is a noninvasive treatment method to enhance recuperative powers within immune, physical and emotional well-being. If you have any questions about coordinating chiropractic care with acupuncture or how acupuncture can help you, call our office at 410-821-7200.