Acupuncture for Allergy Treatment

Does your nose get runny as the seasons change? Do you sneeze uncontrollably around cats or dogs? Have you tried all the over-the-counter medicines and your allergies just won’t seem to disappear? Acupuncture could be just the solution for you. That’s right, the power of acupuncture goes beyond aches and pains. At Washington State Acupuncture, allergy treatment is a specialty of our expert practitioners. Raymond Chan and Stanley Chan specialize in acupuncture for allergy treatment, and have provided successful results for multiple patients.

Our practitioners use specific acupuncture techniques to treat allergies, including the use of herbal patches on patients. After just two or three visits, patients can begin to notice a reduction of symptoms associated with their allergies. By restoring the balance of energy, or qi, within the body, acupuncture can help stimulate vital organs that affect the immune system. Acupuncture needles are applied to specific points on the body, known as acupoints, to help restore the flow of vital energy. No type of over the counter medicine can do this, which is why patients can really feel the effects of acupuncture treatment. This is a natural alternative to drugs that uses your own body’s power to fight allergy symptoms. To see if you could benefit from acupuncture allergy treatment, fill out our allergy questionnaire.

Click here to watch a Komo 4 News video about Dr. Chan’s allergy acupuncture.

Still skeptical? See for yourself in a testimonial from one of our patients:

“I would highly recommend Stanley’s treatments to anyone, because Keenan is doing so much better since he came to Stanley for help with acupuncture. For over a year, he suffered from allergies with a constant stuffy nose, and also had a couple of sinus infections that were so painful. But, Stanley’s treatment has really truly been a blessing and helped heal his allergies. He hasn’t had any issues since we have seen Stanley.” –Corey B-S, Redmond

Don’t suffer from pesky allergies any longer. Contact us at Washington State Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Center to try acupuncture treatment for your allergies and get one step closer to sniffle-free living!

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