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There are many reasons to see an Acupuncturist.  This ancient medicine, developed in China thousands of years ago, is used today to cure a whole host of ailments including, but not limited to: headaches, abdominal pain, arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, anorexia, weight loss, and more.  If you find yourself suffering from one of these or other problems, are unsatisfied with your current doctor's diagnosis, or simply want to try what people have been talking about and using for millennia, then now is the time to head to the Acupuncturist and find out for yourself what it's all about. First of all, how do you go about finding a good Acupuncturist?  There are a number of resources, both offline and online, that can point you in the right direction:

Your local Yellow Pages: If you've got the directory handy, you can find Acupuncturists either under Acupuncture or Alternative Medicine. Online resources: Head to yellowpages.com and do a search for Acupuncture in your area. Or try yahoo.com and their Directory search. Find a specialized directory related to alternative medicine, like ZenLocate.com. Talk to friends and coworkers: Acupuncture has become quite common, so it's highly likely someone you know has some experience.  Ask around; a recommendation from someone you trust is a good way to get started. Do a web search: If you're not sure where to start, or looking for more information, head on over to Google and try searching for something in your area (e.g. Acupuncture San Francisco).

Once you've found an acupuncturist, the next step is talking to him/her and finding out exactly how they can help you.  Just as you would with any other doctor, it's a good idea to ask some questions before beginning treatment.  Some good questions to start:

How long have you been practicing acupuncture? Have you had success in treating someone with my condition in the past?


How long will the acupuncture session last, and will I need to come back for further sessions? I know there are different styles of acupuncture practiced.  What method do you use and how does it work? How much will it cost? Will my current medications conflict with this treatment?

Now you're ready to begin your first acupuncture treatment.  Good luck!

David Weinbrook is an alternative medicine and holistic health expert. You can find local acupuncture practitioners by visiting his website.

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