What is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is one of the oldest forms of medicine in the world. It is the insertion of fine, sterile, single-use, filiform needles into the body to regulate the body and instigate a healing response. When administered, the body will release natural feel good chemicals like dopamine and endorphins to help patients relax and enter into a healing state (parasympathetic nervous response.
How Acupuncture Helps
It helps reduce pain, inflammation, and stress in the body. Acupuncture, when performed by a licensed acupuncturist (L.Ac.) is completely safe and effective.
Proudly providing Acupuncture and Chinese medicine as an alternative or in conjunction with modern western treatment for body, mind and spirit.
Use Acupuncture to Successfully Treat These Conditions:
Reproductive Issues Including:
Body pain (acute and chronic)
Arthritic joint pain
Ehlers Danlos Syndrome
Sinus pressure and congestion
Post nasal drip
Congestion in head and ears
Chronic cough or wheezing
Shortness of breath
"Rebecca is amazing! I've struggled with pain management from endo for as long as I can remember and have tried almost everything in the book to get relief, including numerous surgeries. After just a few short months of working with her, she has helped me to get a point where I am pain free, which I never thought would be possible! She is dedicated to helping me get my pain and other health challenges under control and I can tell she is very passionate about what she does. I recommend everyone to go see her!"
"I originally went to Oasis to stop my period pain. But Rebecca also helped relieve my chronic constipation, fatigue, and anxiety. She really listened to me and has given me a new lease on life! I can't recommend her enough. If you have been on the fence about trying acupuncture, don't be, it really works. "
Meet Dr. Rebecca Burrous DAOM, L.Ac., Dipl. O.M.
Dr. Rebecca Burrous is the founder and owner of Oasis Women's Clinic. She is a Doctor of Chinese Medicine a Licensed Acupuncturist as well as a Board-Certified Herbalist and Practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Dr. Rebecca holds a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).
How long will it take to get results?
Every case is different but we can confidently say that 70% of our patients report decreases in their symptoms within the first week of treatment. While with others it may take a couple of weeks, but we love a challenge. Long term, permanent resolution of severe conditions such as endometriosis, fibroids, and PCOS generally takes 6-9 months. However, if you are suffering symptoms that are are acute and recent, generally 2-6 treatments is all it takes.
Why haven't I ever heard acupuncture helps with my condition before?
Although Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine is a 3000+ year old Eastern Medicine practice it is relatively new in the USA. The scientific model of Western Medicine is about 200 years old. While Western medicine is king when it comes to life saving surgeries and antibiotics, Eastern medicine is king for prevention and healing sickness. You will find Acupuncture and TCM to be a very enlightening process, helping you to understand how to take care of your body, and prevent sickness throughout your life. Click here to see a list of services.
Will I have to spend a lot of time coming in for treatments?
Most of our patients are able to get great results with once-weekly visits. Treatment length is case by case.
Can Acupuncture and herbs REALLY help me?
Absolutely. Your hormonal system – and your body as a whole – is capable of healing itself, especially when it has the nutritional support and specialized natural therapies we offer to help it get back on track. Together we figure out what caused your body to have the disharmony in the first place, and work from there. We help change lives every day. Check out our google reviews!
Are men welcome?
Of course! While our acupuncturist caters to women's reproductive issues, we are also a general practice and welcome men.