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In response to great demand by AOMA’s patients, the North & South Clinics are NOW OPEN for acupuncture appointments! We are reopening in compliance with national, state, and local authorities, and with great efforts to provide optimal safety for our patients, providers, and staff.

Recognition of Chinese medicine as an important and necessary part of American healthcare is increasing. Acupuncture is increasingly covered by major insurance plans in the U.S., and AOMA is a preferred provider for Blue Cross/Blue Shield and United Healthcare.

Traditional Chinese medicine is a holistic medicine well-suited for all ages; it’s intended to be “cradle to grave” healthcare. Children often respond more quickly to acupuncture and their bodies correct imbalances relatively easily. The goal of pediatric acupuncture.....

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The benefits of acupuncture are widespread across the sexes; however, in terms of health, men and women are not necessarily equal! Studies by the National Center of Health Statistics show that men die at a faster rate than women, die at a younger age than women....

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28.5 million men, women, and children have diabetes in America, a disease that affects the function of the pancreas and causes the body to not properly produce or use insulin, a hormone needed to convert foods into the energy needed for daily life. According.....

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You don’t have to be an Olympian to use acupuncture to treat injuries, relieve muscle tightness and pain, or support your athletic performance. Athletes experience a wide variety of strains and stresses during different sports and exercises, but acupuncture can streng,....

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Our bodies are hardwired to handle stress, but over time too much stress takes its toll! When we feel threatened the sympathetic nervous system is activated, causing the heart rate to increase, the pupils to dilate, and blood to be directed towards the extremities, which in turn causes

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Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder that can occur after experiencing a traumatic event such as a near-death experience, personal injury, natural disaster, or the death of a loved one. Any situation causing emotional, physical, or mental trauma.....

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Despite the well-researched facts regarding the negative effects of tobacco, people continue to use tobacco products because of the addictive nature of nicotine. Acupuncture has been shown to have great success with treating the full range of addictions and addictive behavior....

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Insomnia is a serious disorder that is more than just tossing and turning to fall asleep or stay asleep. It is one of the most common sleep disorders, believed to impact almost 50% of all adults. Physical symptoms of fatigue are experienced along with feeling irritable, tense, lethargic, or even depressed.

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Over 90 million Americans struggle with some type of digestive discomfort. Chronic disorders such as Crohn’s and Celiac disease can become difficult to treat with medication. Acupuncture calms the digestive tract, relieving symptoms such as bloating, pain, gas, diarrhea, constipation, hiccups....

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