The Healing Point Acupuncture Clinic, located in Los Altos CA, offers acupuncture treatments in a quiet and tranquil setting.

Our clinic offers non-surgical pain relief for both chronic and acute conditions. Acupuncture works to ease pain safely and can reduce, or avoid the need for pain medications. Acupuncture also helps to ease pain and facilitate faster recovery from surgery.

Acupuncture treatments to enhance physical performance can provide a competitive edge for athletes. Acupuncture is also a viable therapy for many sports injuries including sprains and strains.

Living with prolonged stress can contribute to chronic health conditions. Acupuncture treatments help to promote a greater feeling of relaxation while restoring the equilibrium of the whole person. Our services treat stress related disorders including:

Cosmetic acupuncture services promote beautiful skin and a radiant glow. Acupuncture safely and naturally treats many dermatological conditions including acne, sun damage and skin discoloration. Acupuncture assists with natural collagen and elastin production to repair superficial wrinkles.

Auricular acupuncture or “ear acupuncture” is based on the TCM principle that the ear is a microsystem reflecting the entire body. Auricular acupuncture treatments are widely used in group settings. The healing point acupuncture offers on-site auricular acupuncture services for businesses and community groups.

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The Healing Point Acupuncture Clinic
Natalie Miner, Licensed Acupuncturist/Sports Medicine Acupuncturist
900 N. San Antonio Rd., Suite 103
Los Altos, CA 94022
Phone: (650) 646-5744

Many of our clients come from Los Altos, Menlo Park, Mountain View, Palo Alto, and Redwood City.

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