what is acupuncture good for?

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) can provide the same breadth of care as your family doctor. In fact, allopathic medicine and TCM complement each other extremely well! Acupuncture has been used for thousands of years to treat a variety of health conditions, including and not limited to:

digestive problems (IBS, bloating, diarrhea, abdominal pain, constipation, acid reflux, vomiting, Crohn's disease), eye diseases (cataracts, blurry vision, floaters), mental health (depression, insomnia, nervousness, anger, panic attacks, lack of motivation), gynecology (painful periods, infertility, menopause, pregnancy support, delivery support, irregular periods), respiratory (allergies, sinusitis, asthma, common cold, cough), and more (addiction support, immune boosting, cancer support, chronic fatigue, musculoskeletal pain, chronic pain, eczema...)!

What styles of acupuncture do you do?

Mareena can provide acupuncture according to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Five Elements (5E), Dr.Tang balancing methods, Dr. Tung, and Japanese Pediatric acupuncture (Shonishin). She is currently offering community-style acupuncture in group settings.

What is community acupuncture?

Please read the wonderful FAQ section written by Heart & Hands.



Medical Service Plan (MSP) reimburses $23 per treatment for those receiving premium assistances up to a combined annual limit of 10 visits (including chiropractor, naturopath, physical therapy) per calendar year.

Most private extended health care companies cover some or all of acupuncture costs. Please contact your insurer to discuss your coverage.

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