Pillars of Wellness

Acupuncture in Burlington

Where to Find Our Acupuncture Clinic?

What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is an ancient alternative medicine first originated in China. It uses the insertion of small needles at particular points in the body to encourage pain relief, reduce swelling and pain, and decrease sympathetic system activity. If you are looking for acupuncture in Burlington, our clinic provide an ideal environment with a very experienced acupuncturist (registered at the College of Ontario).

When used on certain points of the body, acupuncture can stimulate the nervous system. This could help you change your experience of pain and trigger other chemicals and hormones involved in the body’s own regulation system.

Traditional acupuncture theory believes that energy flows within the human body, and that these channels can be used to promote balance and health. This energy flow, called Qi, moves throughout the body along 12 main channels known as meridians. They represent the major organs and functions of the body.

Acupuncture in Burlington - Treatment

Our TCM acupuncturist, Chris Lanza, is certified and trained to help you with acupuncture treatment of the following:

  • Cardiovascular disorders
  • Neurological disorders
  • Musculoskeletal disorders
  • Respiratory system disorders
  • Disorders of the eye, ear, nose, and mouth
  • Gastrointestinal disorders
  • Gynaecological disorders
  • Psychological disorders
  • Other disorders such as withdrawal from street and pharmacological drugs and appetite suppression

Acupuncture may also be used for symptomatic relief of all (but not limited to) the following conditions:

  • Chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Headaches
  • Labor pain
  • Low back pain
  • Menstrual cramps
  • Migraines
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Postoperative dental pain
  • Tennis elbow
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What to Expect on Your First Visit

During your first visit to our Burlington acupuncture clinic, you’ll receive a full assessment which involves an in-depth review of your current symptoms and persona history. Based on the assessment, our team will determine next steps and develop the most effective and appropriate treatment plan.

The acupuncturist will very fine sterilized needles under the skin at certain pressure points. Because the needles themselves are very thin, the patient experiences very little discomfort.

After the insertion, the needles may be gently moved or twirled to relieve any pressure or swelling that might be present in a particular area. In addition, the practitioner may also apply heat or a mild electric pulse to the needles inserted in the skin.

Typically, the needles will remain in place for fifteen to thirty minutes while the patient lies still and relaxes. When removed, no sensation of discomfort is usually experienced.

The acupuncturist may recommend more sessions to better assist pain and discomfort, depending on your circumstances. That’s because we don’t believe in “cookie-cutter” approaches. Each client at Pillars of Wellness is unique, and that’s why we aim to take the time and effort to get to know you and what you’re going through — helping you feel better while experiencing the most effective treatment possible.

Why Choose Our Burlington Acupuncture Clinic?

If you decide to book your treatment for acupuncture in Burlington, you will find a few clinic offering this service. However, you must look at a few factors before deciding on the best acupuncture treatment. What type of training and certification does the practitioner has? Chris Lanza is a Traditional Chinese Medicine Certified Acupuncturist with thousands of clinical practise and recently awarded best clinician for acupuncture in Burlington.

Acupuncture Prices

Free 15 min consultation

Acupuncture Assessment (90 min) = $110

Follow-up treatment (45 min) = $80

Follow-up treatment (30 min) = $65

Payment options

Auto Insurance: If you have an illness or injury from a motor vehicle accident, health services may be covered under your auto insurance plan.

Extended Health Benefits: If you are receiving long-term disability income from an insurance program, your program may cover various health services, or you might have a work benefits package which covers a portion of the health services.

Veterans Affairs: If you are a Canadian armed forces veteran, the Department of Veteran Affairs may cover health services.

Private Services: At Pillars of Wellness we offer competitive rates within the standards of our regulatory colleges. We accept payment through cash, credit or debit. Please contact us for more details related to service fees

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