Welcome to Adrienne’s House of Healing!
My name is Adrienne Borden Sundberg. As an acupuncture physician of 17 years, I have treated thousands of patients and am still amazed by the incredible power of the human body to heal itself when just given a little help! After many years of illness, acupuncture and herbs are what saved me, and I feel privileged to be able to now help others with this ancient medicine. Below are some of the therapies that I incorporate along with acupuncture so that you get the best possible results in the shortest period of time!
My goal is to help as many people as possible live healthy, happy lives! Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
Yours in good health, Adrienne
Acupuncture is completely painless! It utilizes tiny, hair thin needles placed at specific points in the body that are known to stimulate the body's own healing mechanisms. The needles signal specific organs to start functioning more efficiently, and encourage the flow of blood, oxygen, and nutrients throughout the body where there may be blockages. Once the needles are placed, patients report feeling incredibly relaxed and most fall asleep.
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Detoxification and weight loss
Every day we come in contact with thousands of toxins- over time these substances overburden our systems, leaving us tired, foggy, and overweight. We have very effective detoxification programs to help cleanse the liver, kidneys, intestines, and lymph system, leaving you feeling energetic, refreshed, and light!
Aromatherapy utilizes plant materials known as essential oils and other aromatic compounds for the purpose of creating positive benefits for physical and emotional health.
Ear Acupuncture and Addiction Therapy
Auricular therapy is incredibly effective for all types of illness and pain as well as any addiction, including smoking. Specific acupuncture points in the ear connect through the nerve roots to the brain, and are able to decrease the cravings, anxiety, and withdrawal that come with ending an addiction.