Acupuncture In Cypress, TX

Serving Northwest Houston, Cypress, Tomball and Spring, TX

Emma Aura de McKenzie, M.S., M.A.O.M., L.Ac.

Emma Aura De McKenzie, M.S., M.A.O.M., L.Ac.
Welcome to AcuBalance Center of Houston located in Houston, TX. We can help you recuperate and maintain your health with Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine and modern technology. Acupuncture naturally increases your own body’s ability to heal and maintain balance and optimal health. We serve patients from the Northwest Houston, Cypress, Tomball and Spring, TX areas.

At AcuBalance Center we are committed to make your experience the most healing, relaxing, and satisfying possible every time.

WHY ACUPUNCTURE?
The World’s Health Organization (WHO) has recognized acupuncture to treat many illnesses, and is now the most researched and accepted natural holistic therapy in the Western world. It is used by many health institutions and hospitals around the world along with conventional Western medicine.

Acupuncture is a safe medicine which has very little or no side effects when used by a trained practitioner. It can be used alone or combined with traditional medicine to diminish and counter the effects of medications, increase recuperation and healing from surgery, to increase the immune system, to decrease side effects of radiation and chemotherapy, to considerably decrease and sometimes take away pain, and to treat anxiety and depression caused by trauma as in PTSD. Also, among many other conditions, it can be used to prevent illnesses and to preserve a healthy complexion.

WHAT METHODS OF THERAPY DOES ACUBALANCE CENTER USE?
At AcuBalance Center of Houston the primary methods of therapy are acupuncture, ear acupuncture (auriculotherapy), low level laser, and herbs. Emma McKenzie also uses other Traditional Oriental Medicines when needed, such as cupping, moxibustion, laser, wa-sha and other therapeutic methods.

Acupuncture has been effective to prevent and cure illnesses such as: depression, anxiety, stress, irritability, headaches, fever, menopause, back pain, sciatic pain,  neck pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, numbness, sinus congestion, insomnia, allergy, smoking addiction, digestive disorders, acid reflux, over weight, convulsions, tinnitus, Bell’s Palsy, high blood pressure, women’s issues such as irregular menstruation, PMS, infertility and many more illnesses for more than 2,500 years. If you want to read details about how acupuncture works, click here

WHAT CONDITIONS DOES ACUBALANCE CENTER TREAT?
At AcuBalance Center, we treat any of the conditions mentioned above, but the primary focus is on emotional disorders such as:

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  • sadness
  • irritability
  • depression
  • anxiety
  • post-traumatic stress
  • emotional trauma
  • stress related disorders
  • hyperactivity
  • insomnia
  • headaches
  • chronic pain
  • and also treat any other condition that acupuncture can treat and side effects of cancer treatments.

Anxiety Treatment at AcuBalance Center of Houston

At AcuBalance Center of Houston, the treatment of anxiety is acupuncture/auriculotherapy supplemented with herbal medicine, nutrition advise, relaxation, and life changes. The treatment modality comes from information and experience derived from both Western and Chinese Medicines.

Western Medicine:
The word anxiety comes from the latin word anxious, meaning a condition of agitation and distress. Anxiety Symptoms such as insomnia,

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Natural Treatment for Pain

I have been treating people with different kinds of pain. Some come with tingling and numbness in their limbs, others with migraine so bad that have to be driven to my place by a friend or relative, or with a back pain that prevents them to do their normal jobs. Physical pain causes them to have insomnia, nausea, constipation, light

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The Mind-Body Connection on Back Pain and Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia, Substance Abuse, and Stress

Today I came across a very interesting article about back pain. It is interesting not only as a health provider, but because I also suffer for back pain. It was no surprise to me to read about how it may have its roots in psychological disorders and stress. In essence, it gives some facts I want to share with you,

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