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Lakeview Acupuncture

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866 Sheridan Rd , 2710 Wright Ave Racine, WI 53405
Kenosha , WI 53140 (view map)
Phone: (262) 220-3801 Website: http://lakeviewacupuncture.net/ Hours:

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Lakeview Acupuncture is a patient-focused clinic offering wholistic Eastern Medicine like Acupuncture, Massage, and Cupping.....

Lakeview Acupuncture can be found nestled within the office of Dr. Sharon Hill.  Racine Family Care Chiropractic is located in the West Racine neighborhood.  The office has been providing care for the community for over 25 years. 

 

For Over  18 Years I Have Helped Patients Relax Heal And Rejuvenate

It has been my privilege over many years to help people feel their best with acupuncture, manual therapy, and other techniques. I successfully treat individuals with a wide variety of concerns, including painful conditions, sports injuries, motor vehicle injuries, elder-senior care and more.  I am known for my experience and for the results my patients see and feel. I welcome the opportunity to help you too achieve your best health

My four-year masters program included over 3,000 hours of study and over 1,000 hours clinical internship at Oregon College of Oriental Medicine. Clinical experiences included working at:
Outside-In Portland OR., serving the homeless, low-income and uninsured adults and youth members of the community. 1999-2001
Hooper Detoxification center Portland OR., - Rehabilitation Center 1999-2000
Terwilliger Plaza Portland OR., Senior Assisted Living Wellness Center 2001-2014
Oak Grove Acupuncture Milwaukie OR Private Practice  2001-2017

​Education:​
Licensed Acupuncturist State of Oregon 2001-2018 Wisconsin 2019
​​Diplomate Acupuncture (NCCAOM 2001)
​Masters Degree Oriental Medicine Oregon College of Oriental Medicine
​Associates of Science Clackamas Community College (Geriatrics & Psychology)
​Certified in Clean Needle Technique Council of College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Studied in China under Professor Chen Hui Xian and other Qigong Masters

 

Your first visit
Initial visits generally last  90 minutes. During your first exam, your acupuncturist will spend time getting to know you and your health concerns. You may be asked a wide range of questions about your symptoms, eating, exercise and sleep habits, emotional states and anything that may offer insight into your health and wellness.
Your practitioner will also employ diagnostic tools that are unique to acupuncture and TCM such as tongue and pulse diagnosis.

 

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Acupuncture

Acupuncture heals by balancing energy, Qi with the use of acupuncture needles.  Most patients barely feel a thing as the ultra-thin sterile needles are inserted quickly and gently.  While each person experiences acupuncture differently, most people only feel a slight amount of sensation as the needles are inserted.  This sensation only lasts a few moments.  Once the needles are in most people say they experience a feeling of relaxation and well-being that lasts for many hours after the treatment. 
The acupuncture sessions last about an hour and typically 4-8 treatments may be required.  During the treatment the acupuncturist will assess the patient's condition and decide upon a treatment plan. 
​The acupuncturist will then insert one or more thin, sterile disposable needle to the area requiring therapy.  The number of treatments needed depend on the individual.  A person with a chronic condition may need one to two treatments a week over several months.  An acute problem normally improves after 8-12 sessions. ​
 
 
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Cupping/Gua-Sha

 Cupping therapy is an ancient form of medicine, originating in China, but practiced in many parts of the world.  Cupping therapy uses glass cups to create suction on the surface of the skin.  the suction pulls the skin slightly up inside the cups, helping the muscles to relax.  Cupping therapy is generally used to alleviate pain, tightness and/or a limited range of movement.  In Chinese Medicine these conditions are referred to as “qI and blood stagnation”, which means that the flow of energy in the body is blocked.  The cups can increase blood flow and relax tight muscles.  Cupping is a great add-on to your preventative health care plan.  The combination and cupping can quickly relieve pain as well as speed recovery.  the acupuncturist may choose to incorporate a combination of cupping along with acupuncture treatments for relief of tight muscles, and healing injuries, treating specific health conditions, and promoting overall wellness.
 
 
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Tui Na 


​Tui Na translates as "Push Grasp"   It is a massage technique that moves Qi in various parts of the body.  It is used to relieve muscle pain, tension an inflammation and to heal injuries. Chinese manipulative therapy is often used in conjunction with acupuncture and cupping.  
Tui na is a hands-on body treatment that uses Chinese principles in an ffort to bring the body into balance.
​Tui Na tissue massage is often recommended for individuals who experience consistent pain, are involved in heavy physical activity, and patients who have sustained physical injury.  
Tui Na (sometimes called trauma therapy) breaks down scar tissue to relax muscles and tendons and creates the road for the blood and Qi to circulate in a proper way by removing blood stasis, and of course most importantly, to speed up the healing process

 

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