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Thank you for your interest ... and your patience. Our clinic is now open five days a week, rather than four. Our acupuncturist is still on the faculty at Feist-Weiller Cancer Center/LSU Health, but she will see FWCC patients in her Olive Street clinic. That also means more available times for Acupuncture Shreveport patients.
Acupuncture and Oriental medicine can help prevent illness by building up the immune system with just a few needles inserted into key points along the body's energy pathways.
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Welcome to Acupuncture Shreveport, LLC, serving Shreveport-Bossier City, North Louisiana, East Texas and Southern Arkansas. Our clinic is located in the Line-Olive Building (aka Shreveport Surgery Center) at 745 Olive Street, Suite 212, Shreveport (southeast corner of Line Avenue and Olive Street). Please call 318-459-9125 for an appointment or email us at email@example.com for more information.
What to expect ...
During an acupuncture treatment your body and mind get very relaxed. You will probably sleep very well the next few nights after your treatment. What you may not notice, but which will nevertheless be happening, are the following:
--More endorphins will be circulating in your bloodstream, leading to an enhanced sense of well-being and a decrease in pain.
These are only a few of the physiological effects acupuncture is capable of producing, yet they alone would be quite powerful. Long-term changes take place gradually. After a few acupuncture treatments, especially when combined with herbal therapy, most people are amazed by the results.
With or without acupuncture, herbal consultation is available, as are acupressure, cupping, gua sha (manual therapy for pain relief), and microcurrent stimulation. Facial rejuvenation packages are also offered.
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