Acupuncture for Cravings?

Mar 08 2018
by Stef Cordes & Lisa Baird
A seated practitioner works on a patient's feet while the patient relines in a lazyboy; several other people sleep in recliners in the background.

Acupuncture is widely known as an effective support for quitting smoking. We see good results with using acupuncture to treat all kinds of cravings, including food cravings.

Trauma-Informed Care & Community Acupuncture

Apr 22 2015
by Stef Cordes & Lisa Baird
Five people sleeping during acupuncture treatment, covered in red blankets, lying in recliners arranged in a semi-circle.

Given how widespread trauma is in our society, we know that many of our patients have trauma histories, whether or not they discuss it with us. Guelph Community Acupuncture is designed to be safer for people with current and/or past traumas.

On quitting smoking: what to expect from acupuncture

Dec 30 2013
by Stef Cordes & Lisa Baird
On one side, several people sleeping in recliners under red blankets. In the back of the room, a practitioner sitting on a stool facing a patient sitting upright in a recliner.

Regular acupuncture while quitting smoking (at least once a week, possibly more) can significantly reduce cravings, ease anxiety and irritability, and help your body to expel toxins – and this will help you to feel much better and more likely to be able to quit.