Acupoint Injection Therapy in Kirkland, Wa

Acupoint Injection is Here!

Kirkland, Wa

October 2019

Acupoint Injection Therapy in Kirkland, Wa, Atha Wellness in Kirkland, WA

I've had SO many of my patients express interest in Acupoint Injection Therapy (AIT) since reading about it in various publications, or seeing it featured on shows like The Dr. Oz show (2014), that I'm thrilled to announce that Atha Wellness now offers this unique and effective service!

So what is AIT exactly? Acupuncture Point Injection or Acupoint Injection Therapy (AIT) is a completely integrated therapy that blends Chinese Medicine with homeopathy AND conventional medicine.  Through point injection, AIT certified Acupuncture Practitioners inject NATURAL therapeutic substances, such as homeopathic remedies like Traumeel,  vitamins like B-12, or lipotropics like methionine, inositol, and choline, into acupuncture points that are specific to your health and wellness needs.  

AIT is wonderfully effective for the resolution of acute and chronic pain anywhere in the body.  This pain could be in the form of headaches, muscle pain and tightness,  painful periods, neuropathies, or osteoarthritis.  AIT can also be effectively used in weight loss programs, for stress reduction (hello Calmvalera!), or combined with facial rejuvenation acupuncture treatments.  

AIT is given at the same acupuncture points that we use with pressure or needles, but works at an even deeper level in the body to create and promote a healing environment, because we can stimulate these very specific and special acupuncture points with PROVEN natural substances.  And the best news is that the needles we use are high quality, very small and fine.  No large and invasive hypodermics here!  

So who can perform AIT?  Only a licensed acupuncturist and certified East Asian Medical Practitioner who has undergone additional didactic and clinical training beyond their traditional education can perform and utilize AIT as a therapy.  

Still thinking about it?  Give me a call, text or email, to discuss your unique health concerns.