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At Clinton County Chiropractic Center, we strive to meet your health and wellness goals. One of the tools we utilize to restore health is acupuncture. In our office, we combine the age old art of acupuncture with today's modern analysis techniques. Dr Ron Wilson has been serving Clinton County and surrounding areas for over twenty years. Dr Wilson is the only licensed acupuncturist in Clinton County and has been voted Clinton County's Best Chiropractor several years in a row. Dr Wilson currently holds the rank of 2nd degree black belt in the art of Shorei Goju Ryu.

Call for appointment:    765-654-4416     2003 E Wabash Frankfort, IN

What is acupuncture?

Acupuncture is certainly more than a technique of inserting tiny thread-like needles into acupuncture points along meridians or pathways. Acupuncture is:

· A complex system of diagnosis and treatment that views the person as a whole being.
· A system of Oriental Medicine that is thousands of years old.
Well-grounded in science and the laws of nature.
Refined, well tested and has been meticulously documented over its thousands of years of refinement.

In Oriental Medicine we recognize that there is a vital force or energy called Chi (pronounced chee; sometimes spelled Qi or Ki) within the body, which controls the working of every organ system.

In an illness, Chi is impaired for some reason. Acupuncture directly affects this energy at special points (acupuncture points) located along the energy meridians or pathways. When a needle is gently inserted into these acupuncture points, the needle produces subtle changes in the flow of Chi allowing the body to restore balance in the flow of Chi.

Once inserted, the needle can be manipulated to bring Chi into a deficient organ, disperse Chi when there is excess and remove blockages of Chi according to the individual needs of the patient. As the balance of Chi is restored, symptoms of the illness resolve and a condition of health is once again achieved.

World Health Organization (WHO) International Seminar, which was held in 1979, drew up the following provisional list of diseases that lend themselves to acupuncture treatment.

Respiratory System                                                                 Digestive System                                                                        Gynecological

Sinusitis                                                                                    Abdominal pain                                                                            Infertility
Bronchitis                                                                                 Indigestion                                                                                    PMS
Common cold                                                                           Chronic diarrhea                                                                           Menopausal symptoms
Tonsillitis                                                                                  Constipation                                                                                 Morning sickness
Asthma                                                                                      Gastric hyperacidity

Neurological System                                                            Muscular-Skeletal System                                                            Eye, Ear, Dental

Headache                                                                                Muscle pain and weakness                                                             Poor vision
Migraines                                                                                Sciatica                                                                                               Toothache
Post-operative pain                                                               Backache or pain                                                                               Gum problems
Stroke residuals                                                                      Muscle cramping                                                                              Post extraction pain
Parkinson's disease                                                               Arthritis                                                                                              Disc problems
Bladder dysfunction

Emotional                                                                                                                                        Other Benefits

Insomnia                                                                                     Increased vitality and energy                                    Pain control
Depression                                                                                 Stress reduction and deep relaxation                        Immune system tonification
Anxiety                                                                                       Skin rejuvenation                                                          Regulated blood pressure
Nervousness                                                                             Weight control                                                              Stop smoking, alcohol, or drug addiction
Neurosis                                                                                     Enhanced athletic performance


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58 West Washington Street
Frankfort, IN  46041
(765) 659-9623