Acupuncture (Traditional)



Acupuncture + Chinese Tuina

40 Minutes (30/10)


Acupuncture + Cupping

30 Minutes (20/10)


Acupuncture + Bleeding

30 Minutes


* Tax included.

At Bob’s rehab, we offer a range of acupuncture techniques tailored to meet the specific needs of each client. There are three commonly used types of acupuncture are: traditional Chinese acupuncture, motion acupuncture, and dry needling.

Commonly treated conditions are:

Pain Relief—Gout, Arthritis, Headaches, Migraine, TMJ, Neck, Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist/fingers, Back, Low Back, Leg, Knee, Foot, Sciatica, Disc Herniation, TMJ, Shingles (herpes zoster) etc.
Internal Conditions — Asthma, Allergy, Gastritis, IBS, Constipation, Prostatitis, Diabetes, Fatigue, Stress, Insomnia, Tinnitus, Strengthening the Immune System etc.
Female Issues—Diastasis recti, Pelvic floor dysfunction, Irregular Menstruation, Dysmenorrhea, Premenstrual syndrome (PMS), Menopause, Uterine fibroids, Poly Cyst Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Infertility, IVF/ IUI Support etc.

Traditional Chinese Acupuncture

A technique in which practitioners use needles to stimulate specific acupuncture points along the meridians where qi (chee), or the flow of energy, can be accessed and influenced. These points are located throughout the body and are often associated with anatomical landmarks or physiological functions. Each acupuncture point has unique properties and therapeutic effects when stimulated.

Motion Acupuncture

A special type of acupuncture developed by Dr. Chen De Cheng. This form of acupuncture is based on these understandings of the musculoskeletal system in both traditional Chinese medicine and modern biomedicine. The main mechanism of motion acupuncture involves targeting specific points known as motion points to release relevant fascial chains. This action restores the balance of body structures, ultimately addressing musculoskeletal pain effectively.

Dry needling
Also known as trigger-point dry needling. Different than acupuncture, dry needling is based on the principles of western medicine and is primarily used to treat musculoskeletal conditions. This modality involves insertion of acupuncture needles to specific points, called the trigger points. When a needle is inserted into a trigger point, it promotes muscle relaxation, encourages the restoration of normal blood circulation, and helps with pain reduction.