ESCANABA, Mich. (WLUC) - Acupuncture of Escanaba has recently opened it's doors to begin providing services.
Those services cover a wide range of needs from pain management to depression and anxiety.
One particular area of specialization is women's health needs including fertility support and help during pregnancy.
Acupuncture is a great drug-less approach to treating pregnancy related issues such as back pain and morning sickness.
Alicia Smith is a board certified acupuncturist who specializes in all of these areas and is the founder of the Light Institute.
Smith says people are beginning to view acupuncture as something that compliments western medicine.
"As a medicine it has been around for so long. Longer than western medicine. But now we're at a time we can connect the two and view acupuncture not as an alternative medicine but rather as a complimentary medicine. You're seeing it at Mayo Clinic. At large hospitals out west and out east and your seeing MD's and DO's who do acupuncture as well."
No referral is required for an appointment at Acupuncture of Escanaba.
Call (906) 236-0032 for appointments. To learn more follow the link on the right side of this page.