You don’t have to live with it – you can try acupuncture!

“When a doctor tells you that you’ll just have to live with it, or take expensive medications with side effects you don’t want to deal with, or undergo a really expensive surgery with an uncertain outcome and long recovery, that’s a really good time to call an acupuncturist!”


Are you struggling with chronic pain, autoimmune disorders, reproductive health issues, digestive problems, depression or anxiety?

I love talking to people about holistic medicine! If you are curious about how a holistic approach can improve your quality of life, email me at or call me at 417-353-8868.

Acupuncture and herbal medicine excel at treating chronic health issues that conventional medicine has no good treatments for. The World Health Organization (WHO) has identified 28 conditions for which acupuncture is proven effective, and another 63 for which it has demonstrated therapeutic effect but needs further research. In total, the WHO lists almost 100 conditions for which, if it were me, I would consider trying acupuncture and herbs before I  went the invasive surgery and drug route. Click here to see the WHO list of health issues that acupuncture can improve.

In my experience, acupuncture is worth trying for any chronic health problem because it supports homeostasis, which is the body’s ability to balance all its systems and chemicals, like hormones and neurotransmitters.

Acupuncture brings you back to your best place. When your body gets off-kilter because of stress or illness or lack of sleep or just plain modern life, acupuncture can help your body remember how to relax, re-set your nervous system and bring everything back into balance.

Acupuncture can make a big difference for:

1) Anyone with chronic pain or digestive  disorder or autoimmune disorder – it can really improve your quality of life.

2) Anyone who is considering antidepressants or anti-anxiety medication.

3) Women dealing with hormonal issues including infertility, PMS and menopausal symptoms.


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