Acupuncture during labor and delivery? Yes! Lutheran Medical Hospital in Brooklyn conducted research that suggests acupuncture, when administered during labor and delivery, provides for a smoother labor and fewer Cesarean sections.
The medical center has also found that acupuncture treatment during pregnancy benefits both baby and mother.
One extremely valuable resource to have on hand when learning about nourishing your body as a part of your whole, balanced being is Paul Pitchford’s book Healing With Whole Foods. As he explains, “Ironically, in the United States, a land of plenty-indeed
excess-many people are highly deficient in minerals as a result of our food
production and processing methods. As such, these deficiencies can lead to
degenerative diseases. Read more…
Stress can be a very sneaky, insidious thing. It waits silently in the background, showing no signs of the destruction it carries with it, while we work, pushing to get everything done in our daily lives. Even when we don’t think we’re letting stress affect us, it can accumulate in our muscles, energy and mind. Before you know it, you’re battling a migraine, backache, chronically troubling thoughts, etc. Read more…
At Atlanta Center for Acupuncture and Wellness, we are proud to provide acupuncture, Chinese herbs, and naturopathy from an experienced team. We also offer functional medicine, metabolic assessment, nutritional advice, and herbal wraps. All of our acupuncturists are American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine (ABORM) Certified Practitioners. Between all of us in our team, we cover a range of specialties from fertility to digestive disorders to pain management.
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The center is home to some of the Atlanta’s best acupuncturists and health practitioners. We are proud to provide acupuncture, Chinese herbs, and naturopathy. We also offer functional medicine, metabolic assessment, nutritional advice, and herbal wraps.
Many of our patients are referred to us by reproductive medicine specialists to help implement the success of their IUI or IVF (in vitro fertilization) protocols. Increasing the odds of IVF success is not the only way acupuncture can help.
Acupuncture can increase fertility by reducing stress, increasing blood flow to the reproductive organs and balancing the endocrine system, according to several studies and medical research.
In addition, our treatments stimulate egg production and provide better blood flow to the ovaries and uterus, creating a stronger chance for an egg to be nourished and carried to term.