Gua Sha Treatments

Gua Sha as a Complementary Modality to Acupuncture

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Modalities Used in Acupuncture Treatments

At Yin Acupuncture, we take a holistic approach to acupuncture in order to treat the whole person. This means that in addition to using acupuncture needles, we will often employ other complementary modalities along with acupuncture. The common modalities used include:

Gua Sha

When and Why We Use Gua Sha in Combination with Acupuncture

Acupuncture has long been a central component to Chinese Medicine used in the treatment of many conditions. Acupuncture continues to be widely practiced in both the east and west in the treatment of Anxiety and Depression, Orthopedic Conditions, Respiratory/Asthma, Sinus Conditions, Allergies, Hormonal Imbalance, Fertility, Stress Reduction, Headaches/Migraines and TMJ Syndrome.