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We welcome people of all genders, sexes, races, colors, incomes, national origins, ages, abilities or disabilities, religions, sizes and shapes, sexual orientations, and political beliefs. We do not ask for ID, insurance or referrals. We are committed to creating a clinic that is welcoming and as safe as possible for our entire community.

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Acupuncture Side Effects

Updated: Jun 29, 2018

While acupuncture is all natural it does promote change in the body, occasionally leading to some possible side effects that come along with it. So here’s the good news and the not so great news for some people:


Pleasant side effects – There often are improvements that happen indirectly as the body is healing itself and becoming more balanced. A few being better sleep, less stress, and improved digestion. Read more by AcuTake: 5 Most Common Side Effects of Acupuncture  By Sara Calabro


Not so pleasant side effects – These side effects don’t happen as often as the pleasant ones.  Slight bruising, feeling fatigue, a possible temporary flair up in symptoms and soreness. Read more by AcuTake: 7 Acupuncture Side Effects That Are Normal  By Sara Calabro


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