Gastrointestinal Disorders

Acupuncture has a regulatory effect on the functions of the digestive system. Oriental Medicine will use different acupuncture methods to stimulate acupuncture points and channels to redirect the flow of Qi and Blood. This creates homeostatic balance, increasing muscle contraction as needed, digestive secretions, enzyme production, reducing or increasing acid content, and absorption of nutrients.

Chinese herbal medicine specifically targets multiple digestive conditions, such as excessive dampness, bloating gas, acid reflux, gastritis and difficult bowel movements, by augmenting nutrients and function ability of internal organs.

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  • "For two years I suffered with progressively worsening bursitis. I consulted with my GP, two orthopedic surgeons, and did PT exercises with no success in relieving the pain. In less than one month of accupuncture treatment the pain is completely GONE!!! Thank you Dr. Senogles, you have given me back the ability to do the activities that enrich my life :)"
    Katherine L. / - Medford, OR