Due to COVID-19, we have been asked to close for at least the next two weeks. We will let you know as soon as we can when we will be able to reopen. In the meantime, use common sense and stay safe.

Join Cindy every Monday and Wednesday for Mat Yoga at

Southminster Senior Center

35th and Peoria, Tulsa, OK

12:30 P.M. to 1:30 P.M.

 

 Acupuncture OK was established by Cindy Henson CAc, BSc to help you improve your health and well-being through the use of Eastern healing modalities including acupuncture, tuina (Chinese medical massage), and Chinese/Western herbal medicine.

Our complementary medicine-based approaches are designed to augment your current treatments whether you see a physician, chiropractor, or massage therapist. We want to become a part of your healthcare team.

We also offer our clients Personal Training and Yoga Therapy. We aim to both help you with the issues you present with, and to provide you with tools that you can use to increase your health and well-being going forward.

We have successfully treated an extremely broad range of conditions in our hundreds of patients. Regardless of your condition, acupuncture, and our other offerings will help to balance your body, improve your spirit, and positively affect your overall health and vitality.

Common questions about acupuncture  are answered here on our webpage. In short; yes, it is extremely likely that we will be able to help you and, no, it doesn’t hurt – acupuncture, properly applied, is actually quite relaxing. We promise to do our best to help you with whatever issues life has brought to your attention.

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