SHONISHIN: PEDIATRIC ACUPUNCTURE

 Takayuki Koei Kuwahara LAc. giving a shonishin treatment to Orit's son, Elliot. 

Takayuki Koei Kuwahara LAc. giving a shonishin treatment to Orit's son, Elliot. 

Shonishin (Shonihari), is a gentle, non-invasive Pediatric acupuncture approach developed in Japan.  It involves using various metal tools to  stroke, scratch, press, and tap on different parts of the body to help support each child.  It is not painful or scary, but rather pleasant and fun for most children. It is helpful for treating many childhood conditions as well as to support the child's overall health. 

Common Pediatric conditions treated:

-       Asthma
-       Eczema
-       Allergies
-       Hives
-       Digestive complaints (Colic, Indigestion, GERD, Constipation, Diarrhea, poor appetite)
-       ADD/ADHD
-       Sleep disturbance
-       Bedwetting
-       Ear infections
-       colds