Do you have chronic or acute injuries and are looking for an affordable, effective alternative to drugs or surgery?
Acupuncture is a safe, pain free treatment that is clinically proven to treat common injuries such as low back pain, neck and shoulder pain, and knee injuries.
Are you looking to recover more quickly from daily training or from an injury to get back to your training plan?
For most athletes the secret to success isn’t a training plan, it’s in how quickly you recover. Acupuncture can improve your recovery times.
Insomnia, anxiety, GI distress, fatigue, weight gain, infertility, and stress are all signs that your health needs to be addressed. If you have any of these symptoms, we can help.
Fatigue, PMS, weight gain, irregular cycles, PPD, hot flashes during menopause-these are all signs of imbalances that can be addressed.
Conscious conception and natural pregnancy care, pre and post partum for both partners for a healthy baby and family.
The benefits of acupuncture are endless.
At High Peak Acupuncture we use a needle therapy system that evaluates patients using a meridian based approach. What this means for you as a patient is a faster, focused assessment that identifies painful areas based on movement and palpation, and reduces your pain from day one.
One of the benefits of acupuncture at High Peak Acupuncture is that most patients will experience a decrease in symptoms by 50%-70% or greater with the first treatment, whether it’s knee pain from running, low back pain from cycling, or asthma that is limiting your training. Acupuncture is one of the fastest growing alternative medicines and natural therapy methods in the US.
Dr. Sandra S.L. Fielding's training includes: Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, ACTCM, San Francisco, CA; Masters in Acupuncture, New England School of Acupuncture, Newton, MA; Licensed Acupuncturist (LAc), NY; Board Certified Acupuncturist, NCCAOM; Bachelors of Arts, Biology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; The Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore MD
Maternity leave take two
Well, for those of you that don't know already Dr. Fielding is expecting baby number two in Feb 2018! Details on how long the leave are uncertain (for those of you with children, you understand why. If you don't have kids ask someone that does have a newborn...) She anticipates being back to the office mid summer.