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Chinese medicine available at Acupuncture and Biofeedback Center

Chinese medicine available at Acupuncture and Biofeedback Center

Posted: Wednesday, February 29, 2012 7:00 pm

Chinese medicine available at Acupuncture and Biofeedback Center | Acupuncture and Biofeedback Center, Chinese Medicine, Robert Jones, Victoria Jones

Robert Jones, M.S.T.C.M. and Victoria Jones CBP, offer a unique therapy for people in Northwest Tennessee.
After nearly four years in business, a unique therapy center has moved its location to Martin. Acupuncture and Biofeedback Center opened its doors in Union City in March 2008.
“We originally chose this part of Tennessee because we knew it to be a good place to continue to raise our family, because we have extended family in the area and Robert even graduated from Westview High School,” Victoria Jones, CBP, explained.
“In addition, we were aware that the people of Northwest Tennessee and Kentucky were unable to choose Chinese medicine as a health care option.”
Prior to becoming an acupuncturist, Acupuncture and Biofeedback Center owner Robert Jones was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. He decided to try a different health care modality because the side effects of the drugs to treat MS were worse than his health problems. Acupuncture worked so well he decided to become a practitioner himself and help others in similar situations, including his friends and family in Tennessee, according to the couple. He still does not use any prescriptions to manage the MS.
Acupuncture and Biofeedback Center of Martin offers traditional Chinese Medicine, which includes acupuncture, herbal therapy, tui na, moxabustion and cupping, (three additional methods of moving Qi and relaxing muscle tissue.) In addition, the Jones’ provide auricular biofeedback therapy, which they claim is ideal for children. Biofeedback uses a frequency-based tool that is touched to the outside of the ear and cannot be felt at all.
Chinese Medicine treats more than the stress, sports injuries and neck/shoulder/back pain, that are typically known, according to the Jones. It also treats chronic diseases, migraines, stop smoking, weight loss, infertility/women’s issues, fibromyalgia and even facial rejuvenation.
They are ready to answer questions at their location across from We care Ministries on Lindell Street in Martin. Acupuncture and Biofeedback Center is open 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Fridays. Find it on Facebook.
Give them a call at 281-4298.

WCP 2.28.12

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