Center for Healing Arts
As part of our comprehensive services at The Women’s Hospital, we provide an environment of peace and relaxation at our Center for Healing Arts.
is a gentle, natural and effective form of Chinese medicine that stimulates the flow of Qi or vital energy in the body. Acupuncture is the utilization of needles placed in the skin at various points to relieve pain or increase energy to a body part. Acupuncture can be useful to treat many conditions including but not limited to:
- Pain, headaches, stress or depression
- Weight loss
- Symptoms of pregnancy and lactation
- Smoking cessation
is a specialized field of acupuncture that focuses on cosmetic aspects of treatment. It offers a non-surgical method of reducing wrinkles, sagging of face and eye bags. It also improves general health and well-being. Cosmetic rejuvenation offers a safe and effective alternative to collagen injections and cosmetic surgery.
is a method of treating illness/pain by causing local congestion. Cupping is recommended for the treatment of pain, gastro-intestinal disorders, lung diseases, chronic cough, asthma, paralysis, etc.
Acupuncture services and pricing guide
Flora Arzanipour, M.S.O.M., Licensed Acupuncturist
Flora graduated from the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine in Chicago, IL. She is nationally certified and is a Licensed Acupuncturist by the State of Indiana. Flora’s degrees and certifications include:
Who Can Benefit from Acupuncture
- Master of Science in Oriental medicine
- Bachelor of Science in nutrition
- Advanced course of acupuncture in Guangzhou, China
- Advanced training in cosmetic acupuncture
- Member of the American Pregnancy Association
The World Health Organization
recognizes that acupuncture can help treat a number of diseases and conditions. Learn more below to find out how acupuncture can help specific conditions.
We do not bill insurance in the office, but if your insurance does cover this service we can provide you with the proper documentation to file an insurance claim.
Tuesday-Friday: 8 AM - 5 PM
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