On Point Acupuncture & Wellness Opens New Location in Southlake
Sep 13, 2016 08:20AM
● By Kevin
On Point Acupuncture and Wellness's Licensed Acupuncturist Kalpesh L. Patel, L.Ac.Kalpesh L. Patel, L.Ac. Southlake Texas Acupuncturist. Photo courtesy of PRWeb.
On Point Acupuncture and Wellness has opened a new location in Southlake. Licensed acupuncturist Kalpesh L. Patel will use his experience and knowledge of the ancient practice to treat the people in and around the area.
After honing his acupuncture skills in his first clinic in Irving, acupuncturist Kalpesh L. Patel is expanding his practice by opening the second location. At the new facility, he’ll offer traditional acupuncture treatments, acupressure and cupping along with herbal remedies.
The new Southlake clinic requires patients to complete an initial consult to determine the proper course of treatment. T.C.M. modalities are customized based on a patient’s conditions. Along with suggesting traditional acupuncture, acupuncturist Kalpesh L. Patel may prescribe acupressure, acutonics or cupping.
The practice offers a complimentary health consultation for new patients. During this meeting, they will learn how acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine benefits their health. The consultation involves tongue observation as well as pulse palpation. Herbal consultations are also offered by the practice.
Those who opt for this assessment will discuss their health concerns with a licensed herbalist who will prescribe natural solutions like Chinese herbs, dietary supplements and organic artesian oil blends.
Common symptoms that can be treated at the clinic include pain, obesity, smoking and stress, through auricular acupuncture. In addition, cupping releases the toxins from the body. According to Prevention Magazine, acupuncture helps people sleep better, and it strengthens their immune systems. The practice can also help women manage menopause symptoms and treat acid reflux.
Kalpesh L. Patel L.Ac. earned his master’s degree in acupuncture from the American Institute of Alternative Medicine in Columbus, Ohio. To extend his education, Patel also attended (AOMA) Graduate School of Integrative Medicine, located in Austin, to complete the school’s nationally renowned Chinese Herbology program. Patel's personal experience with acupuncture inspired him to embrace it as a career. He says his desire is to help others.
Information provided by PRWeb.