Acupuncture in Brooklyn, NY

Japanese abdominal Acupuncture

We offer expert acupuncture services in Brooklyn, NY.

This is a palpatory style of acupuncture using the abdomen. With a reflection of internal organs, the abdomen, and chest are considered the core of the human body. Any pain or discomfort is an indication of disharmony. Through the release of the pressure pain, can the body reach homeostasis.

A woman receiving acupuncture in Brooklyn with needles on her back.
A man getting acupressure on his back.

Classical Chinese Acupuncture

A fundamental form of acupuncture that utilizes the mass circulation in the body to treat various illnesses. When blood circulation is impeded, there is a disease. By stimulating circulation and increasing blood flow, you can ease pain and gain balance.

Korean 5 Element Acupuncture

A simple and systematic form using only 4 needles to treat internal organs that was developed by the Great Korean Monk, SAAM. It is a traditional form used in Korea that has been passed down for generations and was first established in 1742. The direct stimulation of needles in this form can greatly affect the internal organ. It helps individuals with chronic conditions to reach homeostasis faster.

A woman getting acupressure in a massage room.
A woman is getting acupuncture on her ear.

Auricular Ear Acupuncture

A form developed in France, Japan, and America utilizing more of a Western approach involving the ear, most widely known for addiction control, and scalp, mostly known for neurological problems. The ear is a reflection of the human body and can be used in a stand-alone treatment.

Moxibustion and Infrared Light Therapy

An herb called mugwort is used to stimulate acupuncture points by inducing heat and infrared light into the tissue. Modern research notes that an Infrared light wave induced by burning the plant has been used to help increase white blood cells and platelet counts in patients. Today, Red light Heat Lamps are used as a substitute that provides the same effect.

A man lying on a bed with a red light on his back.
A man is getting an injection on his back.

Trigger Point Therapy

Releasing trigger points involves inserting the acupuncture needle into this spot and manipulating it to elicit a “twitch response.” That contraction of the muscle triggers a reaction from the body's own healing mechanisms, releasing histamines, which relax blood vessels and increase blood flow into the area.


Electro-stimulation (ES) is a treatment similar to dry needling or acupuncture where fine needles are placed in the affected tissue and are connected via cables to a small electro-stimulation unit. It can be used to treat acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions. The electro-stimulation can oxidize the lactate acid into glucose for storage or be metabolized by working muscles. used in conjunction with Trigger point muscle release.

A woman with acupuncture needles on her back.
A woman's leg with a scar on it.

Scar Tissue Therapy

Scar tissue is formed by collagen. After an injury, your body lays down collagen that will become normal healthy tissue. The collagen cells are placed near the injured tissue in a random fashion, and this leads to scar tissue. (Normal healthy collagen is aligned in specific ways and directions that give your tissue strength.)

Scar tissue pulls skin and muscular tissue deeper inside in the form of a trench. Pressure is exerted on the connective tissue and surrounding viscera, causing the circulation of blood and lymph to lessen. Breaking up scar tissue encompasses Acupuncture, Massage Electro acupuncture, Red light therapy, and Cupping.