Dr. Harris blends acupuncture, osteopathic manipulation, and craniosacral therapy into her treatment plans, tailoring each plan to the unique needs of every patient.
In the setting of illness or injury, the optimal flow of life energy becomes disrupted, causing a myriad of symptoms and dysfunction. The optimization of health and wellness within the body is just as important as the treatment of its illness and dysfunction. Acupuncture and osteopathic medicine are ideal accompaniments when added to any health and wellness regimen.
Acupuncture is the ancient discipline of improving health by enhancing the flow of Qi, or life energy, that flows throughout the body. The acupuncturist assists the body in the restoration of balance of its vital energy by placing fine needles at specific points or regions along the meridians of the body. It is through these meridians that the body’s energy flows. In so doing, the body is better able to heal itself from trauma and return to a state of more optimal health and well-being.
Dr. Harris also is certified in Constitutional Facial Acupuncture, click here to learn more!
In addition to acupuncture, Dr. Harris incorporates osteopathic principles and practices into the treatment plans of her patients. As an osteopathic physician, she adheres to the core osteopathic tenet that the body has the inherent ability to heal itself. Additionally, osteopathic medicine is founded on the principles that structure and function of the body are intimately related and that the patient must be treated in a manner which honors the whole being–mind, body, and spirit.
Dr. Harris performs sports, camp and school physicals year-round.
To accommodate busy lifestyles, flexible scheduling is always available.
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- Adverse reactions to chemotherapy and radiation therapy
- Post-operative pain
- Traumatic Brain Injury and concussion
- Headache and migraine
- Anxiety and depression
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Athletic injuries
- Neck pain
- Shoulder pain
- Tennis elbow
- Osteoarthritis of the knee
- Lower back pain
- Degenerative disc disease
- Reproductive health