What is Pediatric Acupuncture? (AKA Shonishin)
Shonishin, a style of pediatric acupuncture, is a non-invasive form of acupuncture for infants and children. It was developed in the 1700's in Japan. It is a very gentle and effective form of treatment for children. Needles are not needed because the qi of children is so easy to access. Instead of needles I use small tools to stimulate points and meridians by tapping or brushing. Because the qi of children is so easy to access, it is also easily disrupted. That's why regular Shonishin treatments are so good for children. And, because Shonishin is noninvasive and not painful, kids love it. Not only does Shonishin treat many childhood illnesses, it also helps to strengthen the child’s constitution along with strengthening their immune system to maintain good health. Shonishin is simple and gentle, yet effective.
What are Full Moon and New Moon Treatment?
A full moon treatment is a Shonishin treatment that takes place monthly at the full moon and new moon. These treatments are designed as balancing treatment that strengthen the child's constitution and boost their immunity. Your child doesn't need to be sick or have any complaints or symptoms to benefit from a full moon treatment. This is a great way to keep your child healthy or get your child into better health.
What does Shonishin Acupuncture treat?
Weak constitution, weak immune system, colds, cough
Digestive health, GERD, constipation, diarrhea
Night terrors, sleep issues
Hyperactivity, ADHD, focus
Eczema, hives, and skin disorders
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