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Acupuncture is a powerful tool in Chinese Medicine to help your body heal and feel its best. Whether you are looking to reduce pain, improve circulation, or address a specific issue, our experienced team can help. In Newberg, we offer a range of acupuncture treatments designed to help you feel your best. 


Preparing for Your Acupuncture Session

To ensure a safe and relaxing acupuncture experience, please consider the following:

  • Bring a list of your current medications, including supplements and vitamins.

  • Any relevant medical reports.

  • Avoid blood sugar drops by eating a few hours before your appointment.

  • Avoid alcohol on the day of your treatment.

  • Wear loose, comfortable clothing.

  • Meditation or relaxation playlist

If you have any questions, contact the office for more details.


Inital Assessment and Treatment

Your initial visit will involve a comprehensive assessment of your conditions. Some health aspects you might be asked about include:

  • Digestion 

  • Energy levels

  • Emotions

  • Sleep patterns

  • Eating habits

The first treatment session will follow this. Treatment consists of placing Needles followed by retention or 'stewing' for a short period (20-30 minutes). Our acupuncturists are always nearby and can make adjustments throughout the treatment as needed. 


Expectations After Your Acupuncture Session

You may experience immediate relief or be delayed for a few hours to a couple of days. Your relief should progressively increase with each treatment, this will vary from person to person. We recommend a minimum of three sessions to decide whether acupuncture is right for you.


After your treatment, you may experience side effects such as:

light-headed, dizziness, fainting, sleepiness, nausea, slight bruising, and/or residual muscle aches and pain. These are temporary rare side effects that should only last a short time.

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Benefits of Acupuncture

The intricacies of Chinese medical theory resonate deeply with the person's perception as a whole. Intertwining the Western medical model and the Eastern philosophy provides patient-centered care, helping you come into greater alignment with your health and human experience.


Our practice is dedicated to providing effective treatment and relief through acupuncture for chronic and acute pain conditions. The studied benefits of Chinese Medicine through acupuncture contributes to improved well-being, ranging from pain management to overall wellness enhancement. 

For those struggling with chronic pain, acupuncture provides a natural and non-invasive solution by targeting specific points along the body's meridians to alleviate discomfort and restore balance. Similarly, individuals experiencing acute pain can find relief through acupuncture sessions, which promote the body's natural healing process and reduce inflammation.

Distal Needling

Distal Needling is an acupuncture technique in which needles are inserted away from the area of pain or discomfort, often in the limbs or opposite side of the body, to effectively treat the underlying condition or symptoms.


Acupuncture is a traditional Chinese medicine practice that focuses on restoring the balance of energy flow, or Qi, within the body's meridian system. To practice acupuncture in Oregon, the individual must obtain a medical or acupuncture license from the Oregon Medical Board (Master's or Doctorate).

Local Needling

Local needling is an acupuncture technique where needles are inserted directly into the area of pain or discomfort to target specific muscles, nerves, or joints, providing localized relief and promoting healing in the affected area.

Dry Needling

Dry needling is a modern treatment technique used primarily by physical therapists and healthcare professionals trained in Western medicine. It involves inserting needles directly into trigger points, tight muscle bands, or tissue dysfunction areas. Dry needling targets musculoskeletal issues and does not follow the principles of traditional Chinese medicine.

Neck and Shoulder Massage

Chiropractic Care

Enhance your acupuncture treatment by integrating chiropractic care.

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