Acupuncture In Matthews, NC

Amanda Nolff

Acupuncture in Matthews, NC for pain, insomnia, allergies, infertility and so much more

Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine have existed for over 3,500 years. It provides a complete system of medicine that is person centric as opposed to disease centric. In this way Classical Chinese medicine provides an individual the resources that allow their unique self to heal. Two people presenting with the same western named conditions often require very different resources for their bodies to return to harmony and wellness.

Harmony Acupuncture embraces these concepts taught as Classical Chinese medicine and makes them available to people living in Charlotte and the surrounding communities. Our services provide acupuncture, Chinese herbs, essential oils, qigong, and nutritional suggestions to support patients on their healing journey.


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Five Reasons Acupuncture Helps Reduce Stress

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Five Acupuncture Points for Indian Summer

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