Acupuncture and chiropractic explained

Emily-Rose Thibeault Ac. Member of the Ordre des Acupuncteurs du Québec
(permit A-007-19)

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Acupuncture and chiropractic are two medical approaches that complement each other well with their vision of the human body and its imbalances.

The chiropractic approach is based on a skeletal analysis using x-rays. When there is poor joint positioning (subluxation), the communication between your central nervous system (CNS) and the different parts of your body is impaired, which causes tension and pain. The chiropractor intervenes in order to restore the functions of the nervous system.

The acupuncturist's approach is also to restore good communication of the nervous system and correct interference in the 'electrical system' of your body. The insertion of fine needles (painless) allows the release of natural endorphins from your body which reduces pain. The body also reacts by increasing blood circulation, which relieves the tension built up in the muscles.

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Chiropratic

  • The chiropractic approach is based on a skeletal analysis using x-rays to detect structural and positional anomalies of the bone joints.
  • The goal of chiropractic treatment is the treatment, diagnosis and prevention of problems with the locomotor system. Both the spine and the lower and upper limbs.

Acupuncture

  • Stimulation of specific areas of the body: the 'acupuncture points'.
  • The insertion of fine needles (painless) allows the release of natural endorphins from your body which reduce pain.
  • The body also reacts by increasing blood circulation, which relieves the tension built up in the muscles.

Emily-Rose Thibeault - Acupuncturist

Graduated from Collège de Rosemont in fall 2019.

  • Member of the Order of Acupunctists of Québec
  • Practice acupucture in Longueuil

Acupuncture will help you

Pain/muscle tension (back/neck/shoulder, sciatica, tendinitis)

Tiredness, stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia

Facial acupuncture

Digestive problems (heartburn, constipation, diarrhea)

Immune system (shingles, allergies, frequent colds, bronchitis). Circulation problems (Raynaud, diabetic neuropathy)

Women’s health (gynecological problems; PMS, menopause, irregularity or absence of menstrual cycle, polycystic ovary syndrome, fertility, pregnancy, postpartum)

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Chinese Acupuncture Clinic of Longueuil

Emily-Rose practices acupuncture jointly with Evelyne Toui-Kan

  • Open from 10am to 7pm from Monday to Friday
  • Price of 65$ (70$ first appointment) 60 minutes
  • Located in the Chinese Acupuncture Clinic of Longueuil on corner of chemin Chambly et Sainte-Catherine See map
  • 17, rue Sainte-Catherine Longueuil(Qc) J4H 2A8 See map
  • To book an appointment with Emily-Rose you may call the clinic at 1 (450) 651-0505
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  • Email emilyrose.thibeault@gmail.com
  • Phone Chinese Acupuncture Clinic of Longueuil
    1 (450) 651-0505