Wellness

Want to Have a Baby? This is a MUST Read!

We get asked everyday how acupuncture helps with Fertility.

Did you know . . . lots of research has been done with acupuncture to boost clinical outcomes with fertility patients. In clinical trials, it was shown that Acupuncture boosts the success rate of an IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) patient having a live birth by 90%.

 

Acupuncture has shown by blood work, and ultrasounds, MRI scans to show a significant boost in circulation to the uterus and improvement to egg quality and sperm quality and mobility. Or as we like to say “Supercharge the Egg and Supercharge the Sperm” to make the outcome of getting pregnant happen much faster than it would without acupuncture.

 

At Cloud 9, we have over a decade of clinical success in helping couples conceive, especially difficult cases. We have a 90% success rate in helping couples deliver a healthy baby – even after they’ve been told the chances of conceiving on their own “are virtually zero.” Now there is hope.

 

Our clinic is different because we don’t just do acupuncture. We offer many different types of innovative, cutting edge technology therapies that help our patients get pregnant in half the time that traditional acupuncture patients do. We are one of only 50 clinics in the country that have ATP Resonance BioTherapy™, which resets your body and rejuvenates the cells with an anti-aging effect for the Egg, Sperm, and Uterus. We also use a gentle and relaxing transdermal Chinese Herb therapy, and electrostim acupuncture.

 

Challenging cases are welcome at Cloud 9. Please Call for a Consult to begin.

 

Now Offering ATP Resonance BioTherapy™

ATP Resonance BioTherapy™

ATP Resonance BioTherapy

ATP Resonance BioTherapy™ is a cutting edge technique for treating pain that uses low-level electrical current. The current is delivered to specified parts of the body in an attempt to relieve the pain or condition we are treating. Frequencies have a direct effect on our physical bodies and can almost instantaneously change the chemistry and then improve symptoms. For example, there are frequencies clinically proven to reduce pain and inflammation and others that improve circulation. It’s similar to writing a computer program for our bodies to heal. There are 100’s of frequencies that we use to reduce inflammation and pain.

Initial Consultation Required

The initial consultation with our acupuncturist Mrs. Parks is required to find out if you are a candidate for ATP Resonance BioTherapy™.

If you are determined to be a candidate, we can perform your first procedure the same day.

 

What To Expect With

ATP Resonance BioTherapy™

Quick & Painless

The procedure is quick and painless, you will be in and out of the office in about 30 minutes.

Typical Treatment Course

The number of sessions you will need will vary based on your specific condition, the amount of time you’ve had it, and your medical history.

The Process

The process is repeated 2-4 times a week until maximum improvement is seen. A maintenance regimen is often prescribed to prevent recurrence. Maintenance may be as little as 1-2 times per month.

Absence Of Symptoms

ATP Resonance BioTherapy™ treatment can and often does result in a complete absence of, or control of symptoms, even in severe conditions that have been present for years.

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Conditions That We Treat

With ATP Resonance BioTherapy™

Shingles
Burns
Kidney Stones
Asthma
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Disc Injuries
Fibromyalgia
Diabetic Neuropathy
Neuromas (overgrowth and scarring to a nerve after an injury)
Tendinopathy (inflammation and/or swelling of the tendon)
Acute (sudden) And Chronic (long-term) Musculoskeletal Injuries
Acute And Chronic Neuropathic (nerve) Pain
Chronic Fracture And Bone Pain
Arthritis
Torticollis (head is tilted to one side)
Disc Injuries / Discogenic- And Facet-Based Pain
Viscerally-referred Pain
Concussions
Headaches
Plantar fasciitis
Wounds

Common Questions Regarding ATP Resonance BioTherapy

 

How Does ATP Resonance BioTherapy™ Work?

ATP Resonance BioTherapy™ is applied to the body with a device that delivers a mild current. Microcurrent is an extremely mild electrical current (one millionth of an ampere). In ATP Resonance BioTherapy™, depending on the tissues involved, specific frequencies are selected to encourage natural healing of the body and to reduce pain.

 

Is ATP Resonance BioTherapy™ Painful?

Treatment with ATP Resonance BioTherapy™ is non-invasive and painless. The currents used in ATP Resonance BioTherapy™are so low that the patient often does not feel them. During the procedure, patients may notice certain effects, including warmth and a softening of affected tissues. Patients often find ATP Resonance BioTherapy™ to be very relaxing as symptoms dissipate and muscular tension is diminished.

 

Is ATP Resonance Bio Therapy™ Covered By Insurance?

While ATP Resonance BioTherapy™ is one of our offerings, in our clinic our acupuncturist will meet with you and evaluate your specific needs to determine if you are a candidate for our services. Then, if you are a good candidate for our clinic, our acupuncturist will formulate a treatment plan tailored specifically to you. The majority of the time, your treatment plans draw from all of our services to give you the best comprehensive care and get you the best results as quickly as possible.

Tips for Adjusting to Daylight Savings Time

It’s been about a week since we’ve set our clocks back an hour to accommodate daylight saving time. Although we’ll be on this schedule until March 2020, many people may still be having trouble adjusting. It’s just an hour, but that’s enough to throw off your internal clock and rhythm. If you’re feeling unusually fatigued and groggy, there are some changes you can make to help you get used to the shift.

Tips for Adjusting to Daylight Savings Time

1. Stick to Your Schedule

While it may seem counterintuitive, don’t change your schedule to accommodate the shift in time. Sticking to your usual schedule will help your body gradually adjust to the time change. Trying to stay awake for an extra hour could be more of a shock to your system than you intend. Therefore, if you usually go to bed at 10 p.m., you should continue doing that. The same goes for the time that you typically wake up. Maintaining a consistent schedule will help automatically regulate your sleep patterns. You’ll feel less groggy and exhausted. In addition, check out these sleep tips:

  • Create an optimal sleep environment with temperature and darkness
  • If it’s helpful, use white noise or other ambient sound devices or apps
  • Make sure that your mattress has your ideal level of firmness
  • Avoid using electronics directly before bed

2. Take In As Much Sunlight As Possible

During this time of year, the average time for sunset is 4:55 p.m. The extended time of darkness has various physiological and psychological impacts. Some people even experience seasonal affective disorder — a type of depression related to the change in the seasons. To combat these effects, try to take in as much sunlight as possible throughout the day. Wrap up and take a quick walk outside during our lunch break. You could also open your blinds and curtains in the morning to start your day with a full dose of sunlight. Here are a few ways you can get more sunlight:

  • Go for a jog or walk (at least 20 minutes)
  • Keep the blinds open in your office space
  • Consider light therapy using a lightbox

3. Rethink Your Evening Routine

Although you’re sticking to your established sleep schedule, it will be helpful to rethink your evening routine. It will help you wind down and settle your body and mind so you can rest. Enjoy your dinnertime, but give your body time to digest before getting into bed. Get into a peaceful rhythm with your body with stretching and meditation. Open up a new book to keep your mind active while saving your eyes from the blue light of electronics. Consider adding these activities to your routine:

  • Take a warm bath a couple of hours before bedtime
  • Start writing in a gratitude journal
  • Spend uninterrupted time with family/children

How to Start Treatment: The Consult

During your initial Consult with Cloud 9 Acupuncture we seek to fully examine your Chief Complaint or Primary Concern by reviewing your complete health history and determining if acupuncture is the right approach for your specific condition.

 

At Cloud 9, we are not limited to just acupuncture. We take a Integrative Medicine stance with advanced, cutting edge medical technology to use with our patients such as Electroacupuncture, ATP Resonance Bio Therapy™, Transdermal Chinese Herbs, Dry Needling, Cosmetic Acupuncture, and quality tested CBD products for pain management.  The Consult is designed to outline your unique treatment plan for the best clinical outcomes in treating your medical condition.

 

If insurance is being considered to help cover the costs of your treatment we use the Consult to review your exact insurance coverage and determine any covered benefits under your individual insurance policy prior to your commitment to the treatment plan so you have all the information you need to move forward with your care plan.

 

With the onset of cold weather, we are in our busiest time of the year. Please share this with someone you love that could benefit from acupuncture for Pain Management.

initial consult with Cloud 9

Workplace Wellness: Practicing Self-Care in the Office

There’s no doubt that if you’re a professional, you’ve experienced a level of stress at some point in your career. It can be distracting and impact your productivity. That stress could even spill over into your life at home. However, remembering to practice self-care — even in the office — can be an effective way to regain your motivation and joy in the work that you do.

Delegate Tasks Effectively

delegate tasks
If you work with a team of co-workers or if you’re the leader in your department, don’t hesitate to delegate tasks to your supporting members. For some people, it can be a challenge to ask for help. Some professionals may even feel awkward, giving others a job to do. However, if you pile up all these duties, you may find yourself overwhelmed and stressed. Effective delegation is the ideal way to keep things organized throughout your workday. You can consider it a practice in self-care because you’ll be placing a higher value on your time and the way you spend your energy. You were hired for a purpose, and you won’t be able to fulfill it if you’re exhausted and depleted.

Find Ways to Stay Active

Staying active is a great way to increase your energy and maintain a positive attitude. If you work in an office setting, sitting in a chair for several hours at a time could leave you feeling stiff, sore, and even unmotivated. Consider adding an activity schedule to your day. You can start by setting an alarm on your phone that reminds you to stand up and stretch. You could even use that time to get up and take a walk around the building. Many professionals use standing desks that allow them to elevate their work so that they can complete it from a standing position. This allows for better circulation through the body. It will also allow you to stretch your legs while maintaining productivity.

Incorporate Team Building

group hike
Workplace wellness is about more than just being productive in the office. Sometimes getting out of the office and participating in team-building exercises is a great way to boost morale and encourage more collaboration and communication among co-workers. Consider planning a relaxing nature walk or something more active, like laser tag. These activities are great for breaking up your daily routine and disrupting the monotony of the 40-hour workweek.

Take Advantage of PTO

There’s a reason paid time off is considered part of your benefits package. Your employers expect you to take advantage of this time. Therefore, don’t feel bad about leaving work on your desk and your co-workers in the office when you use this time. Having the opportunity to decompress and spend time doing other things that you enjoy is incredibly important to your self-care routine. Take another look at the explanation of your benefits package so that you’ll know how many paid days off you get. For some companies, those days may carry over to the following year; however, this isn’t always the case.

Propose and Initiate a Wellness Program

Consider taking some initiative and planning a wellness program for your office. It’s a way to encourage self-care throughout the office to ensure that you can work in an atmosphere where everyone is prioritizing their mental and physical health. Propose fitness challenges where the person that walks or bikes the most miles in a month gets a prize. It could also include a healthy potluck. Suggest other methods of self-care to your co-workers, like massages, acupuncture, or even meditation, which can be done as a group.