Acupressure and herbal medicine provide safe and natural relief from common infant and child health concerns.
Acupuncture needles are optional for this pain-free, effective care.
Are you ready to stop worrying about your child’s health?
How does acupressure help?
Provides preventive care with well-child visits;
Addresses aches and pains, including growing pains;
Helps children avoid chronic infections, including repeated ear infections, by boosting immunity;
Provides relief from colds and flus;
Enables improved digestion, addressing constipation, food allergies, colic, and other poor digestion;
Addresses emotional issues including stress, anxiety, night terrors, ADD/ADHD, and autism support; and
Helps to resolve other childhood imbalances.
What are the benefits?
You can feel secure in knowing that your baby or child is receiving safe and effective health care without side effects.
After having experienced a healing session, most children are actually excited to come to their return visits!
You’ll receive education about how you can help provide care to your child to sustain the benefits of the treatments.
You’ll have a variety of health options for you and your child to choose from, including follow-up visits, herbal medicine, and care tips you can use at home.
You’ll have access to referrals to other excellent local pediatric practitioners who can also support your child’s care.
You’ll feel the relief of seeing your child’s health improve and you’ll be able to trust in your child’s ability to weather any future health disruptions.
Will it be pain-free?
Yes! Many children enjoy the massage-like treatment which includes acupressure as well as skin rubbing over parts of the arms, legs, and back. If needed, I may also provide moxibustion, acupuncture with hair-thin needles, gua sha, and/or herbal therapy. My approach is to work within your child’s comfort range; I will not use needles if your child is not comfortable with the approach.
I provide a Japanese treatment style known as Shonishin, focused on non-insertion acupuncture for kids.
“When can we do that again?” - Morris, age 4
“That was awesome!” - Grace, age 10