Unlock the sources of harmful stress which compromise your overall health and lead to serious health issues. Acupuncture and Oriental medicine have been proven to relieve both acute and chronic pain which can limit enjoyment of your favorite activities. Heal the mind, body and spirit to live life to its fullest potential. Diane Wintzer, licensed acupuncturist in Camas, Washington and her team of acupuncture all-stars uses acupuncture, massage and medicinal herbal treatments to help people just like you heal painful injuries; recover from strokes, surgeries and paralysis; reduce migraine headaches, insomnia and manage symptoms of menopause. Most importantly they can help you stay healthy in a busy world.
Wintzer Acupuncture Wellness Clinic in Camas Washington (WA), employs a holistic view of health care which fosters a cooperative relationship (or partnership) between the patient and the practitioner. The goal is to achieve maximum well-being, where everything is functioning the very best that is possible for that individual. Though we treat specific complaints, injuries and illnesses, we emphasize the need to look at the whole person and how he or she interacts with his or her environment. This includes an analysis of physical, nutritional, environmental, emotional, social, spiritual and lifestyle values. We utilize many modalities of diagnosis and treatment, often complimenting and supporting the care of other physicians. We focus on education and encourage people to accept responsibility for their own level of well-being, helping them with everyday choices which put them in charge of their own health.
The treatment methods used by Diane Wintzer EAMP and her colleagues are all natural and holistic. Medicinal Chinese and Western herbs, acupuncture, therapeutic massage, Guasha, moxibustion, dietary therapy, and exercises, including Yoga, Qigong and Taiji are all commonly used in clinical practice. All treatment methods are highly effective, cost efficient, easily accepted by patients, and have almost no side-effects or toxicity.
Acupuncture has been continuously and widely used as a primary medical modality for over 2,500 years in the most populous civilization on earth (China and its sphere of East Asian cultural influence). As such, acupuncture has both broad and deep clinical experience. Ancient and modern acupuncture texts and collective clinical experience include differential diagnosis and treatment protocols for the full spectrum of illnesses and injuries known to humankind. However, here in the West, we are primarily concerned with evidence-based medical treatment. In recent years, acupuncture has become the subject of over 1,000 published clinical trials, accessible in databases such as PubMed and the National Library of Medicine.