Jess Butler Acupuncture
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Spring into Acupuncture!

  In case you haven’t noticed, it’s finally starting to get warmer. Even the birds are getting excited for the upcoming spring. You may also have observed a change in how you are feeling. Not to worry, that is normal. Transitions between seasons can be felt in the environment but also in our bodies. In […]

Acupuncture needles and chinese herbal medicine selection.

Winter Blues Be Gone!

  Robert Frost once wrote, “You can’t get too much winter in the winter.” I, for one, wholeheartedly disagree with Mr. Frost.  To be honest, I had way too much of this winter in January so it is no surprise that in March, I am REALLY over it. As an acupuncturist, most of my patients […]

How many treatments will do the trick?

When you have a symptom that you are frustrated with, you want relief right away. Who wouldn’t? As an acupuncturist, that is a frequent question: How many treatments will I need? Here are some things to keep in mind as you begin to explore your own path to healing. How long you have had the […]

The Benefits of a Poke

One of the strengths of acupuncture is that the entire body and all its systems are used to diagnose and treat patients.  Questions asked prior to your treatment run the gamut from what you eat and how thirsty you tend to be all the way to how often you have a bowel movement. (The last […]

Sick of feeling sick?

As the winter continues to creep in and the temperature continues to drop, its important to build our immune systems to fend off those pesky colds. Acupuncture can assist your body in building up its natural defenses. In Chinese Medicine, the “wei qi” is what keeps our bodies safe from viruses. (Think of wei qi […]