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Acupuncture  -  How We Are Different

There are two things you will notice about our acupuncture practice. The most notable is that it is performed by a Chiropractor/Functional Medicine/Laser Therapist, which leads to a more medical approach than traditional practitioners.
It also means there are more options for Needle-Less acupuncture like electric stimulation, or even better – laser stimulation. Your health insurance may also contribute to the cost of your office visits.


Second, we often utilize an advanced meridian graphing technique using a computer to help measure your meridian/energy balance and help choose points that will balance your energy flow. This gives the patient a chance to more fully understand the importance of the correct flow of energy in the body and they can see a colorful graph showing their own energy changes as they go through treatment.

Third, if you are a little weary of using computerized assessment for an ancient healing technique, Dr. Harasha also enjoys using some of the most ancient techniques of Taoist acupuncture, similar to the famous Dr. Tan and Dr. Tung.

Acupuncture / Meridian Therapy For:​


Computerized Meridian Therapy

Western science has caught up with the centuries old traditional acupuncture methods. Acugraph Digital Meridian Imaging allows Dr. Harasha to measure the balance of the energy flow through your 12 main meridians in real time using a computer and specialized probe.This gives objective data and sophisticated treatment plans to quickly and reliably balance your energy system. He prefers to use this system with most clients because of all it's benefits including: objectivity, consistency, client education, data presentation, easy tracking visit to visit, and giving the client something they can take home and understand without using the sometimes esoteric and traditional descriptions used in Chinese Medicine.

Traditional Chinese Acupuncture

At times Dr. Harasha uses his more classical training of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). This training uses diagnostic findings from the tongue, pulse, finger nails, and other body areas to help determine patterns of imbalance in the body. Orthopedics in this system is often done through older meridian channel theory and various balancing methods like Dr. Tan's. In some cases he may use Chinese herbs to help superficially or refer out to for in-depth herbal protocols.

  • Musculoskeletal problems

  • Fatigue, low energy, 'foggy brain'

  • Fertility challenges

  • Digestive issues

Acupuncture energy balance
  • Acute or chronic pain

  • Coping with Stress

  • High blood pressure

  • Anxiety / Depression

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