Both An Art And A Science, Acupuncture Is More Than 3000 Years OldIt is the world’s most ancient, continuously practiced medical tradition
Acupuncture is especially helpful in today’s confusing times.
Grounded in a deep understanding and reverence for Nature, acupuncture uses the body’s own wisdom to heal the whole person – body, mind and spirit. The goal of acupuncture is both to heal and to help the patient flourish.
Illness, pain, worry and heartbreak can disturb our physical, emotional and spiritual balance and sense of wellbeing. Acupuncture works to heal our bodies, restore our emotional balance and revitalize our spirits. Whether you have major health concerns, emotional pain, or if you are seeking to improve your health, acupuncture may be right for you.
Researched and tested extensively by Western medicine experts, acupuncture has been shown to be effective in treating many physical and mental complaints. The World Health Organization has recognized the effectiveness of acupuncture in treating; allergies, anxiety, asthma, acute and chronic pain, depression, digestive disorders, headaches, insomnia, menstrual and fertility issues, stress and stroke rehabilitation.
Mardi Campbell has been a licensed acupuncturist in private practice since 2000. She holds a Master of Acupuncture degree from the Traditional Acupuncture Institute (now the Maryland University of Integrative Health). She has studied intensively with advanced acupuncturists to perfect her knowledge and skills as a post-graduate.
A registered nurse since 1987, Mardi specialized in neuroscience and critical care nursing for over 13 years at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institute. She has served on the faculty at TAI and MUIH. She has lectured throughout the Baltimore-Washington area on topics concerning nursing, neuroscience nursing, critical care medicine, acupuncture and complementary medicine. Her office is in Catonsville, MD.
Please feel free to call or write Mardi with questions. Mardi can be reached at 410-446-2743 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.