Acupuncture

Originally a Chinese practice (devised before 2500 BC), acupuncture has been known to relieve symptoms of chronic conditions; such as, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia, stress-related symptoms; like insomnia and headaches, musculoskeletal pain, respiratory conditions, as well as, gastrointestinal issues.

The complimentary nature of Healing Tree’s holistic approach to physical therapy and acupuncture is why we are pleased to be working with Connie Aburano, RN, LAc a skilled practitioner with over 25 years of health care experience. Connie tailors her treatment to each client’s needs, using a mix of therapies; Acupuncture, Chinese Energetic Reflexology, Healing Touch and Pranic Healing, to attain balance.

The complimentary nature of Healing Tree’s holistic approach to physical therapy and acupuncture is why we are pleased to be working with Connie Aburano, RN, LAc a skilled practitioner with over 25 years of health care experience. Connie tailors her treatment to each client’s needs, using a mix of therapies; Acupuncture, Chinese Energetic Reflexology, Healing Touch and Pranic Healing, to attain balance.

Experience the same healing benefits of acupuncture without the needles!!

Acupuncture heals by balancing the flow of energy in the meridians of the body using needles. Using acupuncture points, Connie powerfully promotes the flow of energy in the body with her hands in combination with Chinese Energetic Reflexology and/or essential oils. She is able to achieve the same results with or without the use of needles. You will leave feeling better, relaxed and with a feeling of overall well-being.

I came to Connie for acupuncture for knee swelling and pain due to an injury. In our first two sessions, Connie used the usual acupuncture with needles. For the 3rd session, she asked me if I would like to try needleless acupuncture. I said sure. It was so relaxing that I fell asleep! And the effect on my knee seemed to be about the same. I now don’t have any pain and the swelling is substantially better.

– Laura R.