Grass Valley CA Acupuncturist Pregnancy Obstetrics Labor Preparation Launched

Dharma Acupuncture, a Grass Valley, CA acupuncturist's office launched obstetrics labor preparation and pregnancy acupuncture treatments. All treatments are administered by licensed acupuncturist Lisa Swanson and backed by nutrition and supplementation advice.

Grass Valley, United States - January 21, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

Grass Valley, CA acupuncturist’s office Dharma Acupuncture announced the launch of obstetrics labor preparation and pregnancy treatments. These prenatal and post-natal treatments focus on alleviating pain, boosting immune function, and lowering anxiety in mothers.

More information about Dharma Acupuncture is available at

Medical acupuncture treatments are of significant interest in obstetrics as pregnancy support therapies. Dharma Acupuncture now offers a wide range of prenatal acupuncture treatments in Grass Valley, Penn Valley, and across Nevada County.

Studies published in peer-reviewed journals including “Acupuncture in Medicine” and “Medical Acupuncture” identify that when properly performed, maternity acupuncture has very few adverse events and is preferred by mothers as a non-pharmacological treatment.

Licensed Practitioner and professional acupuncturist Lisa Swanson offers obstetrics therapies to treat common pregnancy concerns. As a licensed Doctor of Chinese Medicine, she offers gentle treatments for nausea, vomiting, depression, insomnia, and aches. Clients also experience decreased pain from arthritis, lower edema, cramps, and digestive disorders.

Individualized acupuncture treatments for labor preparation cover Vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC), breech babies, late pregnancies, and other conditions. Dharma Acupuncture focuses on delivering calming and relaxing therapies in a nurturing environment that prioritizes the wellbeing of mother and child.

The Grass Valley, CA integrative medicine therapy center offers postpartum treatments including belly binding, mother roasting, and sacrum realignment. Postpartum care improves recovery times for natural and cesarean birth, boosts immunity, and greatly decreases pain.

According to a spokesperson for the Nevada County acupuncture practice, “We are delighted to introduce our obstetric acupuncture treatments by a licensed practitioner in a safe, comforting environment. Acupuncture safely and naturally treats all pregnancy conditions in a calming, nurturing manner. Each treatment is designed to make both mother and baby stronger for the remainder of pregnancy, delivery, and thereafter.”

Dharma Acupuncture is headed by licensed natural medicine professional Lisa Swanson, a practitioner of the Balance Method, a traditional technique based on 2,500 years of Chinese medicine. Her low-pain acupuncture needling treatments are backed by hands-on healing, essential oil therapy, cupping, moxibustion, Tui Na, Gua Sha, infrared therapy, and herbal supplementation advice.

For more information about acupuncture for pregnancy in California, call 530-648-4192 or visit the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Lisa Swanson
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Organization: Dharma Acupuncture
Address: 152 Mill St. Suite D, Grass Valley, CA 95945, United States
Phone: +1-530-648-4192

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88943339

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