Nature Wellness, Inc

  Acupuncture Natural Medicine

Acupuncture Forms and FAQs

Initial Visit

An initial visit to Nature Wellness, Inc in Pembroke Pines, Florida takes approximately 90 minutes and consists of consultation, evaluation, and treatment. The evaluation includes:

  • Blood Pressure
  • Health History
  • pH Test

  • Physical Examination
  • Pulse Taking
  • Quantum Exam

  • Tongue Reading
  • Weight

Please note that Chinese herbs and/or supplements are recommended based on individual needs.

Follow-Up Sessions

Subsequent sessions take about 20 to 30 minutes each. The focus is on treating the condition as well promoting overall balance and general health.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Acupuncture?

Thousands of years ago in China, a complementary medical practice was developed to alleviate pain and help treat various health conditions. This practice, which is commonly known as acupuncture, promotes natural healing to patients. It is a safe, painless, and effective way to treat a wide variety of medical problems.

Acupuncture entails stimulating certain points in the body, most often with a needle penetrating the skin. The needle is smaller than the size of a single hair. It enhances power and immunity, supports physical and emotional health, and improves overall function and well-being

What Will My Acupuncturist Do?

The acupuncturist will take your full medical history during the initial exam. She will ask questions regarding symptoms, health, and lifestyle. The doctor will also check your pulse and tongue and conduct a physical exam if needed. Then, the diagnosis will be used to identify where the Qi is blocked or imbalanced.

What Is Qi?

Qi (chee) is the vital energy that flows throughout your body. The acupuncturist will place fine, sterile needles at specific acupoints on your body. This activates your body’s qi and promotes natural healing by enhancing your recuperative power, immunity, and physical and emotional health.

Why Do They Take My Pulse?

Your doctor will palpate 12 pulse positions on each wrist. Each position corresponds to a specific meridian and organ. She will look for 27 individual quantities that affect your overall health and the problems will appear on your pulse.

Why Do They Want to Look At My Tongue?

The tongue is a map of the body, so it reflects the general health of the organs and meridians. Your acupuncturist will look at the color, shape, cracks, and coating on your tongue.

How Many Treatments Will I Need?

It depends on a variety of factors including your constitution, severity and duration of problem, and the quality and/or quantity of your qi. Some patients experience immediate relief, while others take months or even years to achieve results.

We advise that you plan a minimum of one month to see significant changes. An acupuncturist may suggest one or two treatments per week or monthly visits for health maintenance and seasonal tune-ups.

Will My Insurance Cover Acupuncture?

Insurance coverage varies from state to state. Contact your insurance provider to learn more.

Here are some questions to ask:

1. How Many Visits Per Calendar Year?

2. Do I Need a Referral?

3. Do I Have Co-Pay?

4. Do I Have a Deductible? If Yes, Has It Been Met?

Forms of Acupuncture

Cupping Therapy

Do you have aches and pains in different parts of your body? If yes, then cupping therapy is best for you. It improves circulation and helps with respiratory and digestive issues.

In this therapy, a specialized glass is placed on specific areas of your body. Then, suctions are used to draw your skin up into the cups, drawing fresh blood in the chosen areas. These can also be placed on the meridian line where the pain may be located.

This process releases toxins in the system and helps the body flush them. It works great for patients with asthma, back pain, sports injuries, constipation, and muscular or joint pain.

Non-Invasive Quantum Exam (Included in First Examination)

Heal Naturally With Non-Invasive Exams by Nature Wellness

We offer the following 35 exams:

  • Allergy
  • Amino Acid Count
  • Basic Physical Quality
  • Blood Lipid
  • Blood Sugar
  • Bone Growth Index
  • Bone Mineral Density
  • Born Mineral Pancreatic Insufficiency
  • Brain Nerve Function
  • Cardiovascular and Cerebral-Vascular Function
  • Channels and Collaterals
  • Co-Enzyme Count

  • Collagen Count
  • Endocrine System Function
  • Eyes
  • Gall Bladder Function
  • Gastro-Intestinal Function
  • Gynecological and Menstrual Exams for Females
  • Heavy Metal Count
  • Immune System Function
  • Kidney Function
  • Large Intestine Function
  • Liver Function

  • Lung Function
  • Obesity
  • Prostate
  • Pulse of Heart and Brain
  • Rheumatoid Bone Disease
  • Skin
  • Sperm Analysis for Males
  • Thyroid Function
  • Toxicity Level
  • Trace Element
  • Vitamins in the Body (If Required or Needed)

Tuina Massage

A form of Asian bodywork, Tuina massage uses touch to balance the body energy system. Tuina uses rhythmic compression along energy channels of the body, as well as a number of techniques that manipulate and lubricate the joints of the body.

Similar to acupressure, Tuina directly affects the flow of energy by holding and pressing the body acupressure points. It also balances your energy.


This is the practice that applies pressure to flex zones on your feet, hands, or outer ears. Reflexology is great for patients suffering from plantar fasciitis, ankle injuries, or everyday work and play.

Electrical Acupuncture

Developed in China in the 1930s, it is a form of acupuncture where small electric currents are passed between pairs of acupuncture needles. Electrical acupuncture is used to treat pain, spams, paralysis, and neurological diseases.

The process involves insertion of needles with small electrodes attached. The electrode provides a gentle vibration that stimulates the qi running through these points in the body.