Acupuncture

 

Dr. Chappell first learned electro-acupuncture techniques in 1977. He has not used this therapy very much in his practice in recent years because of the extra time required. Because we are now a private association, we have more freedom to offer innovative treatments. At the same time, Dr. Chappell has learned a new approach called 8-needle acupuncture, which is based more on the English system of acupuncture. English acupuncture is quicker (than oriental acupuncture) and virtually painless because it uses tiny needles to a more shallow depth.

Some people responded to a single treatment, but most patients require 6-12 visits once or twice a week. A few might need to get treatment occasionally on a maintenance basis. The treatments are perfectly compatible with the other treatments that we offer at COHA as well as conventional medications. Some of the common problems that can respond to 8-needle acupuncture include the following:

--pain, virtually anywhere in the body

--deafness, tinnitus (ringing in the ears), dizziness

--depressed immunity

--abnormal blood pressure, circulation problems

--digestive problems

--urination and breathing problems

--anxiety, stress, depression

--fatigue

--out-of-control habits such as smoking and overeating

--muscle spasms, injuries, restless legs

You can call the office to set up for an appointment or series, if you are interested.



 

The information on this website is only the opinion of COHA. It is not meant to be medical advice. Before you do anything, you should seek the advice of your personal physician. This is information only. No treatment is proposed, no cure is implied, and no claim is made for the effectiveness of any treatment or test.

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Emily and Kathy RNs