The Benefits of Acupuncture & Neural Therapy During Cancer & Chemo

There are many treatments available for a person with a cancer diagnosis – chemotherapy being one of the most common. However, chemotherapy can sometimes make you feel worse even as your health begins to improve. Patients undergoing chemotherapy often suffer from debilitating side effects such as nausea, fatigue, and indigestion throughout the course of their treatments. Many of these symptoms can also contribute to mental problems such as depression, anxiety, and anger. In many cases, traditional pharmaceuticals to treat these symptoms cannot be taken as they can interfere with chemotherapy or cause additional side effects. Fortunately, you can find relief from these symptoms naturally through acupuncture & neural therapy.

Physical and Mental Benefits
Acupuncture & neural therapy can offer several important benefits to those who are undergoing chemotherapy treatments. One of the most important benefits that this treatment can provide is helping you through what can be a very challenging period in your life. As you begin to feel relief from physical symptoms, it becomes easier to face your chemotherapy sessions with courage and strength. Simply knowing that you have control over your body can help you overcome the mental stress that can accompany a cancer diagnosis.

Natural and Safe Treatments
Another important benefit of acupuncture & neural therapy is that it is completely natural and will not interfere with chemotherapy. There are no artificial materials or medications given in an acupuncture treatment. This means that treatments can be conducted as often as needed to provide you with relief from your symptoms. There are also no restrictions placed on you following a treatment. You can leave your visit and resume a normal diet and exercise routine.  Additionally, your acupuncture physician can give you information on what natural foods can benefit your body during treatments.

Long-term Care for Better Health
Acupuncture & neural therapy treatments can be scheduled according to your specific needs. For example, if you struggle with nausea and digestive disorders following chemotherapy you may find it helpful to visit an acupuncture physician before your treatments. Additionally, many patients find that continuing acupuncture treatments after they have completed chemotherapy can help to safeguard against the long-term effects of the medicine, such as insomnia and memory loss. For this reason, acupuncture & neural therapy can be an effective method for helping you cope with every stage of your cancer treatment so that you can enjoy the benefits of renewed energy as your body’s balance is restored to health.

Amy Oros, Acupuncture Physician

About Amy Oros, Acupuncture Physician

Amy Oros is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine practicing Acupuncture and Neural Therapy. This combination of the two modalities provide natural, non-drug solutions to patients seeking highly effective, low-risk treatments.
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One Response to The Benefits of Acupuncture & Neural Therapy During Cancer & Chemo

  1. Susan Reilly says:

    I am so grateful to Dr. Amy Oros for the treatment I received from her prior to, during and now following my chemotherapy. The acupuncture and neural therapy helped relieve unpleasant side effects of the chemotherapy and helped my body to get back on course, especially the digestive aspects. As pain from digestive issues was my most difficult side effect, the relief I experienced made chemotherapy far easier to endure. I definitely feel that Dr. Oros’ care and attention to my specific needs made my chemotherapy treatment more manageable. I can feel my body respond to the acupuncture and I know it will facilitate my recovery as well. Thank you, thank you, Dr. Oros!!!

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