Laurel, Md. – Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH) is now offering complimentary virtual acupuncture telehealth visits to Maryland residents. There is always a need for individuals to focus on their health and wellness, and the need is even greater during this pandemic. MUIH is stepping up to address this need by offering free virtual acupuncture telehealth visits.
A typical acupuncture in-person visit includes treatment with needles but there is much more that occurs and these other aspects can be provided via telehealth. Part of the underlying wisdom of traditional Chinese medicine is its focus on self-care and health promotion. MUIH acupuncturists are educated in movement therapy such as qi gong and T’ai chi. They can impart dietary advice, lead people through breathing exercises and body awareness techniques, and some also suggest herbs. Additionally, they can guide clients through self-applied acupressure treatments. The free telehealth services will be provided by MUIH students under the supervision of a licensed practitioner.
Patients who pursue ongoing treatment for maintenance and promotion of good health report: staying well longer and recovering from illness more quickly; improved stamina and vitality; improved capacity to positively influence their health; reductions in long-term health-care costs and less frequent visits to physicians; and deepened and more harmonious relationships with others.
“We are committed to providing the community with uninterrupted care, holistic health tools, and relationship-centered attention to our clients,” said Michelle McNear, Ph.D., Director of the Natural Care Center at MUIH.
To schedule a free visit or request more information call the Natural Care Center at 410-888-9048 ext. 6614 or send an email message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH)
Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH) is a leading academic institution focused on the study and practice of integrative health and wellness and one of the few universities in the U.S. dedicated solely to such practices. Deeply rooted in a holistic philosophy, its model for integrative health and wellness is grounded in whole-person, relationship-centered, evidence-informed care.
Since 1974, MUIH has been a values-driven community educating practitioners and professionals to become future health and wellness leaders through transformative programs grounded in traditional wisdom and contemporary science.
MUIH has more than 20 progressive graduate degree programs in a wide range of disciplines, offered on-campus and online. In the on-campus Natural Care Center and community outreach settings, MUIH provides compassionate and affordable healthcare from student interns and professional practitioners which delivers more than 20,000 clinical treatments and consultations each year.
For more information visit www.muih.edu.
Kionne S. Johnson
Kionne S. Johnson