Community Acupuncture In Park Ridge, Il
Come and get your energy balanced with our Community Acupuncture treatments at Park Ridge, IL from 11 am till 7 pm. NADA protocol acupuncture is also done during those hours!
See below for more information.
Welcome to ES Health Balance Community Acupuncture
We are located at 1400 Renaissance Drive, Suite 102, Park Ridge IL 60068.
Thank You for taking the time to get to know our acupuncture office services and hours of operation!
Our community acupuncture hours are from 11 am till 7 pm (last appointment is at 6:15 pm).
To make an appointment, please, email us at email@example.com , or call us at the office number: 773.765.4851 few days in advance!
What is Community Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is done in a group setting; there is more than 1 person in the room, using chairs in relaxing, soothing space.
Why Community Acupuncture?
This setting allows more affordable acupuncture. Also, friends and families can come together for treatments. People find that very relaxing and bonding with family or friends!
We are open during the lunch break hours! This is good for people with busy evening schedules to balance their energy and relieve stress during break time! We also offer chair therapeutic and Tui-Na massage for 15 min to relieve muscle tension during your breaks!
During the community hours, we offer NADA protocol acupuncture!
What is The NADA Model?
A non-verbal approach to healing that involves the gentle placement of up to five small, sterilized disposable needles into specific sites on each ear. The recipients sit quietly in a group setting for 30-45 minutes. NADA ear acupuncture is an adjunct therapy which is clinically effective, cost-efficient, drug-free and compatible cross-culturally. It can easily be established within behavioral health, disaster relief settings or in any location that a group of people can sit together. The combined application of acupuncture with counseling, education, medical support and self-help groups such as AA and NA enhances opportunities for success.
- Reduced cravings for alcohol and drugs, including nicotine
- Minimized withdrawal symptoms
- Increased calmness, better sleep, and less agitation
- Relief from stress and emotional trauma
- An easier connection with counseling
- A discovery of inner quiet and strength
- An intention for recovery