Newswise — Millions of Americans use acupuncture each year, often for chronic pain, but acupuncture can benefit patients with a wide range of health concerns such as recent or longstanding injuries, anxiety/depression, GI disorders, allergy/sinus issues, headaches/neurological disorders, addiction, infertility, and menopausal symptoms. Acupuncturist Kendall Burleson states that, "we're staying on the cutting edge of healthcare by providing these services to the community. The great thing about receiving acupuncture in a primary care setting is that patients will be offered comprehensive care because they can receive acupuncture alongside their physician's treatment or in conjunction with physical or occupational therapy. Fully-integrative medicine is the future of healthcare and we're excited to lead the charge in Texas.

Acupuncture and Massage Therapy has been shown to offer benefits as a preventive medicine tool but also to patients who suffer from: Chronic degenerative disease · Acute and Chronic Pain · Allergies · Autoimmune diseases · Stroke rehabilitation · Women's Health · Side effects from chemotherapy and athletes

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