Clinical Acupuncture

Sarah Kreitzer,Clinical Acupuncture, Acupuncture Center Toronto

Acupuncture is one of the fastest growing forms of healthcare in Canada. It is the perfect accompaniment to Shiatsu enhancing clinical effectiveness. The World Health Organization has documented its success in treating over forty-three conditions including:
Sarah Kreitzer,Clinical Acupuncture, Acupuncture Center Toronto

  • Chronic and Acute Pain conditions – injuries, carpal tunnel and headaches
  • Upper Respiratory Disorders – Colds and flu, asthma and bronchitis
  • Digestive Disorders – Irritable Bowel syndrome, ulcers, colitis, constipation, chronic diarrhea and abdominal pain.
  • Reproductive Disorders – Infertility, erectile dysfunction, menopause symptoms, PMS, fibroids, endometriosis.


Sterile and Safe and Painless

Acupuncture needles are very fine and flexible, about the size of a human hair. They bare no resemblance to the needles used when receiving an injection. In most cases, insertion by a skilled practitioner is performed with minimal discomfort. All needles are used only once and each point is alcohol swabbed prior to insertion. A new individual needle is opened from a sterile and sealed package for each point applied.

How Acupuncture Works

Sarah Kreitzer,Clinical Acupuncture, Acupuncture Center Toronto

 A Healing CombinationAcupuncture

Both Acupuncture and shiatsu therapy are based on the same Chinese Medicine principals. Combining clinical Acupuncture with Shiatsu, cupping or moxabustion provides profound restorative benefits. The relaxation response created by the massage helps calm clients, enhancing clinical acupuncture results.