All Natural Health Care. Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine & Massage Therapy

An Integrative Approach

As an acupuncture physician and as a licensed massage therapist, Dr. Beth¬†Stephenson has served Volusia County as a healing¬†arts professional for over 20 years. Dr. Beth is committed to the practice of integrative medicine, where east meets west and where the signs and symptoms of quotethe body are viewed as dis-eases that are capable of healing with the appropriate nourishment and support. Three days a week are dedicated to working at the Wellness Center with a western MD (rheumatologist) and physical therapist in a complementary style of practice.Natural health care (such as acupuncture, herbal medicine and massage therapy) honors and cultivates the patient’s natural healing process. The body is designed to heal itself, and every symptom is the body’s way of telling you that it needs some sort of change in order to reestablish homeostasis or balance. Although each healing process is unique, it is important to remember that the body is actually designed to regenerate its tissues automatically. Dr. Beth is committed to helping your body begin to heal itself naturally. Using acupuncture, massage, dietary recommendations and herbal remedies, Dr. Beth will prepare a one-of-a-kind treatment plan for your specific needs.

Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine and Massage

Combining her knowledge of Acupuncture, Herbs, and Massage, Dr. Beth will provide a safe, comfortable therapy session designed especially for you. Dr. Beth realizes that some people are fearful of needles, and she strives to offer plenty of needle-less acupuncture options such as ETPS microcurrent, acupressure, myofascial release, qi gong, therapeutic stretching, massage and cupping. As an herbalist and practitioner of Chinese food therapy, she can also recommend dietary changes that will strengthen your body so that you will be better able to heal from within.

In the Doctor’s Office, at the Spa or in Your Home

Dr. Beth has been treating patients in the comfort, privacy and convenience of their own homes since she first became a massage therapist. There are certain scheduled days at the doctor’s office, but Dr. Beth still makes house calls. Home health care is a vital part of Dr. Beth’s practice, and she is on call 7 days a week. If you prefer to be seen at the clinic, where heavier therapeutic tools are available (such as far infrared and electro-acupuncture equipment), simply schedule an appointment during office hours.

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