I partner with my patients to heal acute injuries and chronic pain so they can stay active and increase overall health.

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Acupuncturist Specializing in

Chronic Pain

There are numerous theories on how acupuncture works, but one explanation is that the needles trigger the body to produce hormones that suppress inflammation and pain. ENS (electrical nerve stimulation) units are devices that work in a similar fashion. By sending electrical impulses to painful areas, they are thought to raise levels of endorphins, the body’s natural pain killers.

Acute Pain

Acupuncture reduces inflammation which is responsible for pain, swelling and tenderness. It also stimulates the release of endorphins, the body's natural painkillers. It relaxes the surrounding muscles and improves circulation which can speed up the healing process.

Other Conditions

Acupuncture can regulate immune function and treat the underlying cause of the disease by reducing symptoms, speeding up the healing of infection and normalizing the body’s immune response. It works by stimulating specific portions of the autonomic nervous system through selected acupoints, which in turn causes responses in the immune system.

Working with you to choose the best treatment method

acupuncturist Debi Saidman-Ireland with patient

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Taking a holistic approach for your healthcare needs

Treatments include a blend of acupuncture, dry needling, patented herbs, supplements, nutrition and lifestyle counseling. View more information on the difference between acupuncture and dry needling.

Treating the individual, not the disease, and creating a professional and supportive partnerships with patients.

Working  closely with other practitioners and members of the “healing team” to provide patients with well-rounded integrative medicine.dry needling, 

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Debi in clinic giving acupuncture treatment
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