The professionals at Michigan Associates of Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine are a hand-picked, seasoned and educated group of women dedicated to providing quality service in an integrative healthcare setting. With over 60 years of combined experience, we have the background to thoroughly evaluate the root cause of imbalance in the body and treat it with Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese medicine, dietary therapy, exercise and movement therapies and other lifestyle modifications.
As leaders in our field in southeast Michigan, we are continuously making an effort to develop and expand our referral network to include those professionals who are interested in using both traditional and integrative methods to support healing.
As a referring practitioner, you are invited to call or email us regarding your patient ahead of time so we may review their case with you confidentially. Regardless, you can be assured that we appreciate every referral to our clinic and will be in contact with you to complete the circle of care for your patient.
Musculoskeletal & Pain
Women’s Health Issues
Physical & Emotional Issues
“Acupuncture has real effects on the human body…the use of acupuncture is growing – often alongside conventional medicine.”
“Decoding an Ancient Therapy,” Wall Street Journal
“Acupuncture given with embryo transfer improves rates of pregnancy and live birth among women undergoing in vitro fertilization.”
collaborative study from University of Maryland, Georgetown, University Amsterdam De Boelelaan
“Acupuncture may reduce high blood pressure…”
Massachusetts General Hospital
“Nocturnal hot flash severity decreased significantly with acupuncture.”
collaborative study from Stanford University, Harvard University, New England School of Acupuncture
“Pregnant women resolved low back and posterior pelvic pain with acupuncture.”
collaborative study from Yale-New Haven Hospital and University of California-Irvine
“Using acupuncture to change the position of a breech fetus at 33 weeks gestation was the most successful approach and reduced the number of C-sections.”
University Medical Center Rotterdam, The Netherlands
“Acupuncture is an effective treatment of post-menopausal vasomotor symptoms.”
Klamath Pain Clinic, Oregon
“Physicians have had favorable experiences using acupuncture as an alternative modality for chronic pain management.”
Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School
“A single preoperative acupuncture treatment decreased incidence and severity of postoperative nausea in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass graft and cardiac valve surgery.”
Mayo Medical School, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Rochester, Minnesota