Have you ever wanted to try Acupuncture but are not sure what will work best for you or perhaps where to go? Is Acupuncture and Cupping Therapy something that only a couple of people can afford? Is it painful? Is it really effective? Close the gap between you and control over your mental and physical destiny by making an appointment with Qilosophy.
Qilosophy is founded by Stephanie M. Nelson who is a Licensed Massage Therapist and a Licensed Acupuncturist. Since 2010, she became the owner and practitioner of Lion Acupuncture, Herbs and Massage PLLC. Now, she is offering a streamlined of all the most efficient and most popular treatments she has been administering for the past 6 years.
Stephanie has been practicing Massage Therapy in Tucson, Arizona since 1996. It was in 2009 that she graduated from The Arizona School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. For 3 months, she studied at The Hainan Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Haikou, China.
With her extensive knowledge and experience, she now offers time-tested treatments in cupping and acupuncture. She has actually combined and refined everything she knows as a Master Massage Therapist and as a Practitioner of Oriental Medicine into Qilosophy.
Providing you with a service which delivers is Qilosophy’s priority. They do not do treatments that they have not seen satisfying results from. It is very important for them that you get greater value out of your money. Their goal is to make cupping and acupuncture easy to use and an affordable choice for everybody.
Their Offered Services
Acupuncture – This is an ancient form of Chinese Medicine wherein thin needles are placed in certain points on the body to facilitate the flow of Qi (vital energy). They offer acupuncture for your most common needs.
Cupping Therapy – This is known to exist as far back as 300 A.D. They use what is known as the fire-cupping method to perform such service. This treatment can be done with or without an acupuncture service at Qilosophy.
Be reminded that they may decide which treatment is not appropriate for you. They ensure though that they have what you need. Some people may take more than 1-3 treatments in order to attain the desired outcome.
Does Acupuncture hurt?
Needles to be used are tiny as compared to the needles designed for giving shots or drawing blood. Acupuncture needles are very thin, sterile and solid – they enter the dermis by being tapped lightly. Bear in mind that people have different sensation tolerance – some don’t feel anything while other are aware of every sensation. They will work at your level of comfort.
Is acupuncture expensive?
Sometimes it is; however, at Qilosophy, they offer it at low prices.
How often should you get acupuncture?
In China, people undergo this therapy every day for 5-10 days with a days’ break in between cycles until their problem is resolved. It is actually a good idea to get it frequently.