Welcome to Cicuto Acupuncture

Acupuncture is one of the most researched and respected of the healing arts. In its fullest sense, it is a complete medical system combinng herbs, diet, massage and exercise with treatment procedures such as the familiar technique of inserting needles into the body to effect healing.

Acupuncture is used to address physical, emotional and psychological problems. The World Health Organization currently recognizes acupuncture as a viable therapy for over 100 diseases. The theory behind acupuncture is similar in nature to that of all holistic healing arts; people have an innate healing energy that when balanced, can return the body to a natural state of health.

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365 Reasons to Try Acupuncture

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Two Locations – San Francisco and East Bay

Denise is available for appointment at two locations. In Alameda, she is at Back to Life Wellness Center at 1505 Webster Street at Santa Clara. Her San Francisco office is located at 703 Clement Street at 8th Avenue. Please contact us for additional information or to book an appointment.

Acupuncture in the News

Take a look at this a great article about how to choose an acupuncturist.

Are you ready to find out once and for all how acupuncture really works—in the real world, on real people? Acupuncture Matters has the answer.

In this debut ebook by AcuTake founding editor Sara Calabro, she reflects on the ways in which acupuncture can help us lead healthier, simpler, more meaningful lives.

Acupuncture Matters examines how understanding acupuncture principles opens up possibilities and inspires new perspectives on health and life. This is how acupuncture really works.

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Happy Year of the Horse!

This is the year of the Wood Horse. Dr. Maoshing Ni has a great article here about how you can improve your health this year. He says:

The trick to having a productive and positive year is to ride the next twelve months like you would ride a horse. Any good horse master can attest that the best way to handle a horse is to be gentle, yet firm, and give only clear commands or else you will confuse her and bring possible injury to you and your steed.

In Chinese Medicine, the Wood element relates to our Liver. The energy of the Liver is called the Hun and it helps us with direction in our life, teaches us benevolence, and helps us to bend like bamboo in both a physical and emotional sense.

Acupuncture can help you stay on track with your health goals for the year. Whether you want to stay healthy with an immune system boost, are looking for more calm in your life, need motivation to get to the gym, are trying to get pregnant, or are working on another goal, call or email me to find out how Chinese Medicine can help.

I hope to see you soon!

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