Acupuncture

Acupuncture is the use of very fine filiform needles to stimulate specific points on the body. These points have a wide variety of actions and in combination can help stimulate healing, improve nerve function, regulate nervous system balance, increase peripheral vascular circulation, regulate digestion and improve sleep. We offer a variety of acupuncture services including auricular (ear) acupuncture, private Japanese or Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture and community (group) acupuncture. Acupuncture can effectively address most medical conditions in a safe and natural manner. We also offer Mei Zen cosmetic acupuncture to help keep you feeling and looking your very best.

What We Treat

We treat a wide variety of conditions, including,  
but not limited to:
Anxiety/Depression
PTSD
Athletic injuries
Migraines
Fertility/Menstrual disorders
Chronic Fatigue
Fibromyalgia
Plantar fasciitis
Digestive Disorders
Dizziness/Balance issues
Multiple Sclerosis
Neuropathy
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Insomnia
Allergies

Does it hurt?

No, acupuncture is generally very relaxing. Even kids enjoy their acupuncture!

Is it safe?

With adequate training, acupuncture is very safe. Our acupuncturist has over 3300 hours of training and is nationally certified. All needles are sterile single-use surgical steel. Acupuncture is very safe, but it is important to remember that the World Health Organization defines acupuncture as a surgical procedure and considers any technique using solid filiform acupuncture needles to be acupuncture. If someone offers to do “dry needling” or “medical acupuncture” it is important to ask about their training and experience. It is possible to hurt someone with these needles and to cause infection (by needling through clothing), organ punctures (needling too deeply in the wrong place) or nerve trauma (needling too aggressively seeking a “twitch response”) without appropriate training. Most states require 300-500 hours of training including supervised hands on needle technique instruction and clean needle technique training before any health practitioner can use acupuncture needles for safety reasons.

Do you have to use needles?

Surprise – nope, we don’t have to use needles. Acupuncture is part of a larger system of healing and we can work through different pathways with pressure, magnets and more. Healing generally progresses faster with the needles, but they are optional.

Meet Our Team

Raja Wellness is dedicated to providing the highest quality care to our community though years of expertise, knowledge and care

JENNY-MARIE GREENOUGH, LAc

Owner - Raja Wellness
 Licensed Acupuncturist

ROBERT CECIL, LAc

Licensed Acupuncturist

MARY SMITH

Reiki Master
Office Manager

OLIVIA KOHLER

Administrative Assistant
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Benefits

Acupuncture offers many benefits that make it an increasingly preferred choice:

Effective

We treat a wide variety of conditions with an average success rate of 85%.

Affordable

Our treatments are kept at affordable rates, and are typically less than traditional medical costs.

Safe

Acupuncture is accepted by FDA as a safe and effective treatment.

Convenient

Our online scheduler makes it easy to book anytime.
Mind / Body / Healing
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