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FAQ


    Are there any risks associated with homeopathic medicine?

    Homeopathic remedies are known to be extremely safe because they either don’t contain any pharmacologically-active ingredients or these are only present in very low concentrations.

    Does homeopathic medicine interfere with conventional medicines?

    Homeopathic Associations advise that you take homeopathic remedies at the same time as any conventional medicines you need, rather than as an alternative. Homeopathy isn’t thought to interfere with conventional medicines.

    Is it possible to overdose on homeopathic remedies?

    No, it isn’t possible to overdose on homeopathic remedies, at least not on those that are highly dilute. Homeopaths and scientists have differing opinions on why this is so.


    Are Acupuncture painful and how long do treatments taken?

    Acupuncture needles are very thin. Most people do not find the insertion of such hair fine needles to be painful. Acupuncture needles are hair fine, unlike injection needles, which are thicker, hollow and have cutting edges. This is why acupuncture feels nothing like getting a shot or having blood drawn an office Your Visit will last from 30 minutes to 1 hour. The needles, once inserted, will usually be left in place from 15 to 35 minutes. Ultimately, the session length depends on the technique and desired results.

    How many acupuncture treatment do I need to start result?

    The answer: it varies from person to person. Some people get an acupuncture treatment usually once per week and respond well to only one treatment in a week. Generally, the longer the patient has had the condition the longer the course of treatment will be before showing substantial and lasting results. Acupuncture can be scheduled as often as five times a week or as little as 4 times a month. As symptoms improve fewer visits are required. (A client should please, discuss his or her treatment program with the Acupuncturist, as each individual case depends on injury and specific problem is unique.)

    Can I get Acupuncture treatment if I have more than one health issue at a time?

    Absolutely, we do know that acupuncture often acts like a re-set button for the entire body. Often, patients who come in for one issue – say for Neck pain – will notice an improvement in something apparently unrelated, such as a chronic lung problem. This can happen even when the patient doesn’t tell the acupuncturist about the apparently unrelated problem. Acupuncture also works of reducing stress and promoting better sleep and more energy.