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You Don’t Have to Live with Pain.

Regional Specialists in Japanese Acupuncture for Complex Pain Conditions

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About Us

We are regional specialists in chronic, acute and complex pain syndromes practicing advanced Japanese Acupuncture, Massage Therapy and Chinese Medicine.

As a family-owned professional practice –and because we specialize in complex pain– trust and integrity are the cornerstones of our values.  

We employ a physical medicine-based approach to treating musculoskeletal pain, organ dysfunction, immune system, the kidneys, gall bladder, liver, headaches, nerve pain and more.

We provide high-quality Japanese Acupuncture which features palpation as the primary, and most reliable diagnostic tool. Based in the mountains of North Carolina we have a second location in Knoxville, TN. We welcome people from all over Western North Carolina, East TN,  and the mid and south atlantic regions.

We're here to help.

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Hydration’s Role in Healing

Water affects every system in the body. When we see muscle tissue that's slow to heal –or the healing mechanism doesn't spark in the body quite as well– often the culprit is dehydration.   Water helps keep the the muscles pliable. The muscle has a more difficult...

The Master Tonic for Immune Support

The Master Tonic: Your Homemade Antiviral, Antibacterial, Anti-Inflammatory Powerhouse. Now is the time to make this simple but powerful antiviral, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory remedy for the coming cold and flu season. It is known most commonly by the name...

How We Prepare and Hold the Treatment Space

Entering the treatment space is similar to entering a martial arts dojo and an old growth forest.   In a dojo, we enter with reverence and respect.  We leave our prejudices and preconceived notions outside. When we are open to possibility, nothing is impossible. ...

Tune into Spring, the Wood Element, and Heal Anger

Spring is the element of WOOD and the color GREEN. The ancient Taoists (Prounounced "dao-ists") looked to nature to understand the human body, mind and spirit. They were philosophers and we need to be clear, Taoism is not a religion. When we tune into the movement of...

Four Ways to Reduce Anxiety and Get a Better Night’s Sleep

In the clinic we're seeing more and more people who are experiencing anxiety. Some have it during the day and others find they are waking during sleep. These times carry a great deal of stress for the body, mind, and spirit. Here are four ways to reduce anxiety and...

Three Essential Components to Staying Conscious, Mindful, and at Ease

We are living through stressful times. It's time we elevate our lifestyle to incorporate a foundation of health that will keep us healthy, grounded, and centered in our everyday lives. If we follow this three basic practices, we can come back to center as we navigate...

Holiday Gift Preview

Packaged Treatments with Products - Great for loved ones, someone new to acupuncture, or yourself! We've been working hard to create quality value-added gifts for you and your loved ones this holiday season. In the coming days we will be officially rolling these out....

Give Yourself a Break and Support Your Adrenals

It's been a rough few years and we have all been -to varying degrees- in fight or flight. This raises cortisol and puts extra strain on the Adrenal Glands. Here are some quick tips to support your healthy body and its myriad of functions: Get plenty of rest - 8-10...

Rawkos! A Fun and Healthy Travel Food.

Here’s a healthy, tasty recipe that will bring into you in the summer mode. This is a popular favorite from our Seasonal Cleanse. It’s great food to travel with and requires NO COOKING. Rejoice the Rawko!  It’s like a taco but it’s raw – not raw meat – raw foods...

4 Ways to Make the Most Out of Water

Most of us are chroncially dehydrated. Here are 4 ways we can make the most out of water. When we sleep, our bodies are very busy repairing and detoxing. When we awaken, we are actually quite dehydrated.

3-Steps to Make Real Change Without New Year’s Resolutions

So, 2020, eh? With all of the restrictions and constrictions we’ve  been experiencing this year, let’s be sure to be even more loving to ourselves than ever before. Winter is a time of going inward, of being in the deep recesses of pre-creation, the place of potential, the place of darkness, the womb of possibility – before the seeds get planted. It’s a time of dormancy, of quiet, of stillness. We reside now deep within the kidneys, the place of our essence.