Acupuncture is one of the oldest, most commonly used forms of medicine in the world. Originating in China more than 2,500 years ago, acupuncture is currently one of the most thoroughly researched, practiced, and respected forms of complementary medicine available anywhere.
Through extensive continuing education with leaders in the field, Danielle is able to offer the latest and most effective acupuncture techniques available today. Pain relief is often felt immediately, and underlying dysfunction is addressed through Orthopedic assessment..
Dry Needling Acuncture
Are you a serious athlete? A weekend warrior? An office worker who just can't seem to get through the week without getting a killer headache? Or maybe you are recovering from a surgery or want to avoid one. If any of this sounds like you, you're in luck! You may be a good candidate for Dry Needling.
Dry Needling is a style of acupuncture that has grown popular in Europe and North America over the last couple of decades. It is the preferred style used by many professional and amateur athletes!
Dry Needling is based on modern science and knowledge of anatomy, muscle function, and neurology. Dry Needling directly targets your muscles to relieve pain and improve mobility and function.
Incredible reductions in wrinkles, increased vigor and color, and increased collagen production all result from our state of the art Aesthetic Acupuncture treatments. Combining old and new, our treatments include Acupuncture, micro-stimulation, hydrogel facial masks, Celluma® light therapy, and facial cupping.
Aesthetic Acupuncture plans are sold in packages of 12.
Chinese herbal medicine
Soft tissue work
For internal conditions, Chinese Herbal Medicine is the preferred choice of treatment. Customized herbal formulas are determined after a Chinese Medicine examination, including pulse diagnosis, and may be modified as the condition being treated improves.
Internal conditions addressed with Chinese Herbal Medicine include digestive and gynecological conditions. migraine headaches, and fibromyalgia.
Danielle completed the Chinese herbal medicine program at Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine (SIOM) and is board certified in herbal medicine from the NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine). .
Gua Sha (Graston) and Cupping (myofascial decompression), are highly effective for musculoskeletal conditions - relieving pain, improving function and range of motion, and also inflammatory conditions.
These techniques may be used alone or in combination with Acupuncture.