• Conditions Treated by Acupuncture


    Acupuncture enhances immunity and recuperative power to promote natural healing. It also improves physical/emotional health and overall well being. Acupuncture can benefit a wide variety of ailments, including:

    Arthritis Common Symptoms: nodes in affected joints, swelling and difficulty moving the joints. This may arise from depletion of Qi and blood during an illness.

    Asthma (Xiao Chuan) Causes: improper diet and eating habits, stress and overstrain and extended illnesses where the physical condition is frail. Rapid, labored breathing, oppression in the chest, coughing and expectoration of phlegm.

    Common Cold (Gan Mao) The common cold may be contracted in any of the four seasons; it is most prevalent in winter and spring.

    Cough (Ke Sou) Ke characterizes coughing with sound but without phlegm. Sou characterizes coughing with phlegm but without sound. (The majority of coughing patterns have both sound and phlegm and is referred to as Ke Sou).

    Gastrointestinal Disorders Stomach Pain, Vomiting, “GERD” (Stomach Reflux), Diarrhea, Dysentery, Chrohn's, Constipation, IBS, Ulcerative Colitis: Gallbladder Inflammation; Kidney Stone (early onset).

    Headache (Tou Tong) Generally speaking, headaches are caused by stagnation of Qi and blood.

    Types of Headache:

    • Head pain extending through neck and back (worse with wind/cold)

    • Apex-style (top of head), dry retching/vomiting (severe cases - cold extremities)

    • Distending/splitting headache, flushed complexion, bloodshot eyes, thirst, constipation, dark urine

    • Headache as if head is tightly bound, heaviness of limbs, loss of appetite, chest oppression, scanty urine and occasional loose stools

    • Headache with dizziness and vertigo, irritability, restless sleep, rib pain in some cases, bitter taste in mouth

    • Headache with empty head sensation, dizziness and vertigo, weak, aching lower back

    • Constant dull headache aggravated by overwork; lack of strength, fatigue, loss of appetite.

    Dizziness and Vertigo (Xuan Yun)

    Symptoms: Mild cases- relief is found in closing the eyes. Severe cases- sensation of rocking and spinning without relief to the point that standing upright is difficult; nausea, vomiting, perspiration and even fainting.

    Lower Back Pain (Yao Tong) Low back pain, with pain to one or both sides or directly on the lumbar spine. Traumatic falls, contusions or sprains injuring the acupuncture channels of the lumbar region will result in stagnation of Qi and stagnation of blood, causing pain.

    Diabetes (Xiao Ke) Xiao means wasting; Ke means Thirst These patterns have excessive thirst, hunger and urination as their characteristic features. Western medicine refers to diabetes mellitus and diabetes insipidus. (blood sugar control, circulatory issues; Erectile Dysfunction, Neuropathies: (numbness & tingling or pain in hands, feet or limbs).

    Frequent Scanty/Difficult Urination (Lin Zheng) Dribbling urination, sharp pain and lower abdominal spasms or pain radiating to the lower back during urination. Western medical conditions of acute and chronic urinary infection, bladder or kidney stones, acute and chronic prostatitis.

    Depression (Yu Zheng) Yu Zheng refers to a class of patterns stemming from emotional disturbance that are characterized by stagnation and obstruction of the flow of Qi (vital energy or force).

    Arthritis (Bi Zheng) Bi means obstruction or blockage. In Chinese medicine, it is believed that external elements enter the body: wind, cold, dampness or heat.

    Stress-Related Disorders Palpitations, Insomnia, etc.

    Additional Conditions Treated:

    • Anxiety

    • Eyes (sore, red and swollen)

    • Cancer-caused neuropathy

    • Female Infertility

    • Loss of Voice

    • Low Libido

    • Male Impotence

    • Morning Sickness

    • Menopause

    • PMS

    • Post-Stroke: Balance, Drooling, Facial Palsy, Hemiplegia, Speech

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Our clinic is dedicated, and we are required by applicable federal and state laws, to maintain the privacy of your health information. These laws also require us to provide you with this Notice of our privacy practices, and to inform you of your rights, and our obligations, concerning your health information.  We are required to follow the privacy practices below while this Notice is in effect. This Notice is effective as of November 1, 2103 and will remain in effect until we replace it.

We reserve the right to change this Notice and the privacy practices described below at any time in accordance with applicable law. Prior to making significant changes to our policy practices, we will alter this Notice to reflect the changes, and make the revised Notice available to you on request.  Any changes we make to our privacy and/or this Notice may be applicable to health information created or received by us prior to the date of the changes.
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A.     TREATMENT, PAYMENT, HEALTH CARE OPERATIONS.  You should be aware that during the course of our relationship with you we will likely use and disclose health information about you for treatment, payment and healthcare operations.  Examples of these activities are as follows:
Treatment:  We may use or disclose your health information to a physician or other healthcare provider providing treatment to you. Payment:  We may use and disclose your health information to obtain payment for services we provide to you
Healthcare Operations:  We may use and disclose your health information in connection with our healthcare operations. Healthcare operations include quality assessment and improvement of activities, reviewing the competence or qualifications of healthcare professionals, evaluating practitioner and provider performance, and other business operations.
B.     AUTHORIZATION:  You may specifically authorize us to use your health information for any purpose or to disclose your health information to anyone, by submitting such an authorization in writing.  Upon receiving an authorization from you in writing we may use or disclose your health information in accordance with that authorization.  You may revoke an authorization at any time by notifying us in writing.  Your revocation will not affect any use or disclosures permitted by your authorization while it was in effect.  Unless you give us a written authorization, we cannot use or disclose your health information for any reason except those permitted by this Notice.
C.    DISCLOSURES TO FAMILY AND PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES:  We must disclose your health information to you, as described in the Patient Rights section of this Notice. Such disclosures will be made to any of your personal representatives appropriately authorized to have access and control of your health information.  We may disclose your health information to a family member, friend or other person to the extent necessary to help with your healthcare or with payment of or your healthcare only if authorized to do so.  In the event of your incapacity or in emergency circumstances, we will disclose health information based on a determination using our professional judgment disclosing only health information that is directly relevant to the person’s involvement in your healthcare.
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Owner, JNA Chiropractic
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