Eliminate Aching Neck Pain and Stiffness Without Drugs

“There Is Absolutely No Reason Why
You Should Have To Accept Living in Pain… !”

Learn why this powerful treatment
can ELIMINATE your NECK pain…


Feeling good is your body’s “NORMAL” state of being!

Learn WHY this treatment may help YOU too.

Acupuncture and Neck Pain

Acupuncture is a method used in Oriental Medicine for restoring balance within the body. When there is imbalance, there can be pain. lethargy, anxiety, decreased function and mobility, and organ dysfunction.

Neck pain and stiffness in the neck can often be caused by an imbalance in your body. The acupuncturist will examine you and assess whether your PAIN is do to an imbalance or an other problem.

If you pain is from an imbalance then the acupuncturist will determine which type of acupuncture is needed to help you.

Acupuncture can activate Nature’s Pharmacy
that’s “within” your body!

Your body has NATURES Pharmacy within it and Acupuncture can jump-start your bodies ability to make your own Anti-inflammatories, Analgesics, and Mood Elevators. NO NEED FOR DRUGS!

Acupuncture treatments

Once diagnosed a typical treatment lasts 20-40 minutes and continues to work for several days following the treatment. Length of treatment is determined by the condition being treated, the strength of the patient and rate of blocking removal.

Patients are often surprised at how peaceful and relaxing acupuncture is.

In Western terms, acupuncture works by releasing endorphins, a natural morphine-like substance in our brains. In Oriental Medicine, acupuncture works by removing blockages (pain) and restoring vital flow and function.

Call Acupuncturist Lisa Gibilie TODAY
for a FREE PHONE Consultation.


Lisa Gibilie, L.Ac, Licensed Acupuncturist, has been in private practice since 1999 in Huntington Beach, California. Her specialty is relieving pain by understanding the body, mind, and spirit connection as it relates to health, well-being and balance. This is achieved by using ACUPUNCTURE, intuitive energy work and the principles of Oriental Medicine.


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