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Acupuncture In Walnut Creek, CA

Joel Smith, L.Ac/RN

Welcome to NeuroSport Acupuncture clinic in Walnut Creek located in the East Bay area. We are pleased to provide optimal healthcare using Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), nutritional counseling and herbal supplements. At NeuroSport Acupuncture we believe that good medicine combines the best that Eastern and Western medicine has to offer, and our practice is founded on the wisdom of traditional Chinese medicine with the adaptation of modern medicine.

We are honored to provide acupuncture and Chinese herbs from an experienced team of practitioners of Chinese medicine. We are pleased to offer Neuro-Acupuncture as an emerging field that integrates Traditional Chinese needling methods with Western biomedical neurology.

We specialize in treating acute and chronic central nervous disorders including: Stroke, Parkinson’s disease, Multiple sclerosis, Traumatic Brain injury, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, PTSD and others. Using nutritional supplements combined with Traditional Chinese medicine we are able to enhance the sports performance in athletes as well as apply a holistic approach to wellness by assessing every system of the body to restore balance and function.

For those who have anxiety with needles, we can provide needle-less treatment using auricular therapy with our Stimulus-Pro and laser therapies.

Please call 925-269-4141 today to schedule your appointment or book an appointment through our online booking system.

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