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Spring is Coming! Time to Start Acupuncture for your Seasonal Allergies


Treat your seasonal allergies with acupuncture and Chinese herbs!

Patient Testimonial:
"I have been dealing with sinusitis for over 20 years.  The doctors would prescribe antibiotics every 3 to 6 months, until I discovered acupuncture.  Acupuncture has proven to be a huge breakthrough for me.  I have not been on antibiotics since I started treatments, going on 2 years now.  Through acupuncture, Heather Falkenbury has helped me to identify health deficiencies, which are remedied with herbs and acupuncture.  I now have more energy, which is important to me as I attempt to keep up with my grandchildren." - C.T.

In research published in American Journal of Rhinology & Allergy finds acupuncture effective for the treatment of allergic rhinitis. This condition is often referred to as hay fever and is characterized by a sinus congestion and pain, runny nose, postnasal drip, sneezing, watery or itchy eyes, and irritation of the ears or throat.According to the study "acupuncture significantly lowered Immunoglobulin E (IgE), an antibody associated with allergies and hypersensitivities, in allergic rhinitis patients. In addition, subjective measures demonstrated acupuncture’s ability to improve quality of life scores. Acupuncture demonstrated significant efficaciousness in reducing allergic rhinitis symptoms including the reduction of nasal symptoms."