top of page


Acupuncture and herbs are an essential part of Traditional Chinese Medicine, a system of health care that has been practiced for over 3,000 years.  Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) treats the whole individual.  An acupuncturist examines the root cause of pain and disease, therefore balancing and strengthening the body as a whole, in order to treat the visible signs and symptoms.  The combination of acupuncture, herbs, nutrition, life-style counseling, bodywork and exercise are used in the healing process to create balance in all areas of a person's health and well-being.


How great would it be to feel calm, relaxed and know your health is in excellent shape?

That would be wonderful!  Traditional Chinese Medicine treats the body as a whole, looking at all areas that may be out of balance and creating stress.  Using a combination of acupuncture and Eastern nutrition your body will quickly align and you will feel strong and confident in your health and well-being.

Table decorated with Chinese herbs, acupuncture needles and a Chinese medicine textbook
Woman with grey hair lying face down on a treatment table and a womans hands massaging her upper back

Wouldn’t it be amazing to be pain free and able to enjoy your favorite extracurricular activities and hobbies?

Absolutely!  Acupuncture is a magnificent therapy for reducing inflammation and bringing more blood circulation to a specific area of the body.  In some cases where there is pain or numbness radiating down a limb additional therapies such as Tui Na (medical massage) or Electric Stim will be included to promote healing.

Wouldn’t it be great to have options that powerfully reduce stress and tension throughout your body?

I would love it! Cupping is another great technique that can be incorporated into your wellness treatment.  The suction created with the cups is designed to pull toxins to the surface and relieve muscle spasms.  It is a technique that works wonders in alleviating sore muscles and tension in the upper body.

woman lying face down on treatment table with 6 glass cups lined up in two rows along her spine and suctioned to her back
Acupuncture treats the following

Acupuncture can support the body in the following areas

Neurological: Headaches, migraines, post-stroke, post-operative pain


Musculoskeletal: Neck, shoulder and back pain, sciatica, arthritis, plantar fasciitis, carpal tunnel


Digestive: Indigestion, irritable bowel, Candida, nausea


Respiratory: Allergies, sinusitis, asthma, common cold


Emotional: Anxiety, depression, insomnia, stress

Gynecological: Infertility, PMS, cramps, endometriosis, menopause

Remember to Breathe logo of  a tree with a heart in the center

I went to Nicole for chronic fatigue, or what I would call turning into a zombie after 12pm. Instead of immediately treating my symptoms with acupuncture, Nicole met with me and discussed every aspect of my health. She recommended that I make changes to my diet as well as acupuncture treatments. She gave me specific food choices and meal ideas. Each time I meet with her, she is very genuine, helpful, and professional. After

a few months of treatment, I can

happily say that I no longer turn into a zombie after lunch.  I highly recommend giving Nicole a visit!

~ Janel S

I am ready to schedule!

call or text Nicole at 619.887.6138


Start with a 15-minute Discovery call

woman on her phone looking out the window of her office
bottom of page