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Acupuncture

Dr. Zachary D. Muller, NBCE board certified Acupuncturist

Dr. Scott Nerland, F.I.A.C.A. Certified Acupuncturist

provide the following Acupuncture services:


 • Sterilized single use needles
 • Traditional Acupuncture
 • Electro Acupuncture
 • Gwa Sha (needle free  technique)

Acupuncture has been helpful in  treating the following conditions:

• Addiction-alcohol, drug, smoking
• Anxiety
• Arthritis
• Asthma
• Back Pain
• Chronic fatigue
• Colitis
• Depression
• Digestive trouble
• Emotional problems
• Eye problems
• Facial palsy/tics
• Fertility
• Fibromyalgia
• Headache
• Incontinence

• Indigestion
• Menopause
• Menstrual problems
• Migraine
• Morning sickness
• Nausea
• Osteoarthritis
• PMS
• Sciatica
• Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
• Shoulder pain
• Sinusitis
• Sleep problems
• Stress
• Tennis elbow
• Vomiting
• Wrist pain

What is acupuncture?

Acupuncture is an effective form of health care that has evolved into a complete and holistic medical system. Practitioners of acupuncture have used this noninvasive medical system to diagnose and help millions of people get well and stay healthy.

What does an acupuncturist do?

An acupuncturist will place fine, sterile needles at specific acupoints on the body. This activates the body's Qi (pronounced chee) and promotes natural healing by enhancing recuperative power, immunity and physical and emotional health. It can also improve overall function and well-being. It is a safe, painless and effective way to treat a variety of medical problems.

Is acupuncture safe?

Acupuncture is extremely safe. It is an all-natural, drug-free therapy, yielding no side effects except for feelings of relaxation and well-being. There is little danger of infection from acupuncture needles because they are sterile, used once, and then discarded.

Is acupuncture safe for children?

Yes! In some instances children actually respond more quickly than adults. If your child has an aversion to needles, your acupuncturist may massage the acupuncture points. This is called acupressure.

What is Gwa Sha?

Gwa Sha is another technique used to release muscle tension, tightness and constriction. A specialized tool is used to gently scrape or rub the skin over a problem area. Gwa Sha feels a bit like deep massage. This may leave some slight redness that will quickly dissipate.

Will my insurance cover acupuncture?

Insurance coverage varies from state to state. Contact your insurance provider and ask the following questions:

Will my plan cover acupuncture? How many visits per calendar year? Do I need a referral? Do I have a co-pay? Do I have a deductible? If yes, has it been met?




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Monday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

6:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-10:00 am

Sunday:

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Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dr. Muller does a great job with acupuncture. It is very relaxing. Try it, you will find good results too."
    Shelia O. - Osage, IA