Carolina Beach Community Acupuncture: Offering Health Coaching and More

By / Local Businesses / Wednesday, 08 October 2014 04:00

Dip your feet into Community Health Coaching, and experience the powerful changes that group work can inspire! In this 4 week long workshop, you will be guided through a process to identify your ideal health state, unlock your potential to move towards that vision, and start taking actionable steps with your relationship to food to uncover a healthier and more vibrant you.
This dynamic group experience combines simple mindfulness techniques alongside mini-lessons about eating and food to encourage a very personal look at your current health behaviors and inspire change. Led by Ryanna Battiste, Duke-Trained Integrative Health Coach and co-owner of GRUB, this Community Health Coaching workshop promises to be engaging, fun, and valuable. October 7th, October 14th, October 21st, October 28th at 6:30pm at Carolina Beach Community Acupuncture Clinic in Carolina Beach. $120 for the full series. PAY ONLINE AT THIS LINK: Or contact us to register by phone, this will be a small group experience! 910-632-0464.
Jeremy Linquist opened the doors of Carolina Beach Community Acupuncture in November of 2010. He worked in a clinic on Racine Drive in Wilmington for a while until he realized the need for a clinic here at the beach. Everybody who walks through the doors at CBCA is important and is treated as if they are family. They have built a wonderful health community and the education is growing on the island.
Acupuncture is one form of treatment based on Chinese medicine, a system of healing that dates back thousands of years. Chinese medicine includes acupuncture, prescription herbology, moxibustion, cupping, nutrition.
In 1997, the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) formally recognized acupuncture as a mainstream medicine healing option with a statement documenting the procedure’s safety and efficacy for treating a range of health conditions. While awareness of acupuncture is growing, many conventional physicians are still unfamiliar with both the theory and practice of acupuncture.  This should not take away from the efficacy of the treatment but should encourage the unfamiliar medical doctors to research and educate them on this medicine which is the most widely practiced form of medicine in the entire world.
There are hundreds of clinical studies on the benefits of acupuncture now. Acupuncture has been used successfully in the treatment of conditions ranging from musculoskeletal problems (back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain and others) to nausea, migraine headache, anxiety and insomnia. Acupuncture is also used for general health and well-being. A licensed acupuncturist (L.Ac.) can be seen for almost any condition you would see your primary care physician for. In many states acupuncturists or Oriental medicine practitioners (as they are called in some places) are considered Primary Care Practitioners.
Aside from acupuncture, CBCA offers cupping, nutritional discussions and consultations, prescription herbal therapies (for anything from the common cold and flu to larger issues like blood pressure and cholesterol, thyroid issues or endometriosis and menopause). The benefits of these other services vary depending on the condition. Some can be to get rid of symptoms or get off current medications and try an alternative approach. Other benefits include relaxation or enhancement in performance.
Carolina Beach Community Acupuncture staff takes great pride in their services and what they have to offer. As the state of healthcare in the country is in trouble they offer an affordable high quality option to health and wellness. Many people don't know that an acupuncturist has more than 3,800 hours of training (a four year post graduate medical degree in Oriental medicine). This degree allows them to properly treat and diagnose conditions in a variety of ways.
Carolina Beach Community Acupuncture is at 1140 Lake Park Blvd., Suite 1, Carolina Beach. For details or to make an appointment, call 910-202-4718 or visit online at Walk-ins are accepted if there is room. The schedule books quick during the week but they do prefer that people book appointments. They make it easy as anybody can book online through the website. You can also find them on Facebook.


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