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What to expect at your first visit

At Stonington Natural Health Center, our goal is to help you relax, heal, and become healthier and happier. 


Your first Acupuncture appointment begins with a health history intake with Dr. Megan Marco in one of our beautiful, calming four-season rooms.  You will discuss your health concerns and desired outcomes.  Dr. Marco asks you questions, privately and without judgment, from both a Western and Chinese perspective.  She generously draws upon her years of experience and training to develop a treatment plan that will promote your best outcomes, healing, and wellness.

After your health history intake, Dr. Marco will begin your Acupuncture treatment. You will be in a soothing and comfortable atmosphere, designed to provide you the most benefits for your health and well-being.  Dr. Marco has incorporated her favorite relaxation atmosphere, including soothing music, dimming lights, hot stones, Far Infrared heat lamps to soothe away stress, tension, and pain, and relaxing Balance Method Acupuncture. 


Acupuncture points are like the buttons on a circuit board.  During your Acupuncture treatment, we are able to activate a specific combination of buttons which sends signals to your brain to rewire the circuitry so your body can heal.  Our goal is for you to be incredibly comfortable, relaxed, and heal. 


Your initial treatment will be completed with a closing conversation with Dr. Marco. You will discuss your Acupuncture treatment plan, the Trio to Start Your Day, recommended Chinese herbal formulas, Chinese Medicine philosophy nutrition, as well as answers to any final questions or comments you wish to address.


Over the course of your Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine treatments with Dr. Megan Marco, topics and modalities may include:


  1. Your Health History - It’s all about you! 

  2. Acupuncture the Balance Method – created from the ancient texts by Dr. Richard Tan

  3. Herbs – what’s your Herb Type, the Classical way of prescribing Herbal Formulas from Dr. Huang

  4. Nutrition – from Chinese medical philosophy

  5. Moxa – what is it, how does it work?  How will it help me?

  6. Qi Gong – during treatments and homework

  7. Stretches to open your channels and meridians

  8. Cupping – to improve circulation and relieve muscle aches and pains

  9.  NeuroAcupuncture - Acupuncture over specific areas of your brain

  10.  Acupuncture Facelifts - are fun.  Don't be shy.  Try one. Relaxing, rejuvenating, and healing.

or call 860.536.3880

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