- Good Point Acupuncture2301 Red Bud Ln, Ste 200
Round Rock, TX 78664(512) 731-0642
Appointment TimesTue1pm - 6pmWed9am - 1pmThu1pm - 6pmFri9am - 1pmSat9am - 1pm
“It was my first time doing acupuncture so I had no idea what to expect. It was a good experience. The needles don’t hurt and then you relax for 45 minutes to allow the body to do it’s magic. I quickly signed up for more sessions. Thank you Yvonne.” -G.I.... Read more »
“Good Point was my first experience with acupuncture and I’ve been 3 times now, once a week. I thought about getting acupuncture in the past but it was out of my price range to keep up with it on a consistent basis.
I book my appointment easily online, usually same... Read more »
“I had a problem with my knees and lower back. Yvonne fixed both of the problems within a couple of visits. Excellent results! I go back there whenever I have any pain.” -G.C.
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“1st session was great. Will be going back.” -M.S
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“I have been here numerous times. I refer everyone I know here, as well. Acupuncture helps with so many issues including pain, sinuses, stress, and sleep problems. The staff listens to your needs. It’s very affordable and comfortable. I’ve done private acupuncture at other places in the past and get... Read more »
I was BEYOND thrilled to find Yvonne. I was really skittish about acupuncture- until I tried it. She has helped immensely to relieve everything from sinus pain, and headaches, to ongoing stress. To be perfectly honest, I didn’t realize HOW MUCH she helped until I stopped going. I’ve learned my... Read more »
Life can get insanely busy and being out of commission for a few days with a cold/flu can be really annoying and inconvenient!
Your immune system is your body’s security detail — the cells, tissues and organs that comprise it help repel foreign invaders like bacteria, parasites and other microbes that can cause infections. Stress, lack of sleep, improper hygiene, poor diet, and lack of natural vitamin D can contribute to a weakened immune system, which can make you vulnerable to infections.
Acupuncture can treat a wide range of health conditions, including immune deficiency, by stimulating and balancing the immune system. Acupuncture can strengthen a weakened immune system by increasing red and white cell counts, T-cell count (which destroy bacteria and harmful viruses in the body) and by enhancing humoral and cellular immunity in patients with immune-related illness. It is thought that acupuncture does this by provoking the body’s immune response through the use of the needles: the body thinks the needles are a threat and marshal their white cell and T-cell count to fight them off. However, the effect of this lasts days after the acupuncture session and so works on viruses and bacteria as well.
So, sick and tired of being… well, sick and tired? Acupuncture may be a great way to fill in the missing gaps in your immune system and keep you healthy!
We get asked all of the time, “how many acupuncture treatments do I need?”. The answer is, it depends!
Treatment frequency and number of treatments needed depend on a variety of factors: your constitution, the severity and duration of the problem, and the quality and quantity of your Qi. Acupuncture works in a series of treatments. You can never have acupuncture treatments too close together, but you can have them too far apart. It works cumulatively and we want to continue building on your progress. Please refer to your treatment plan given to you by your acupuncturist to know when to schedule your next appointment. Acupuncture is also great for long term emotional health, immune response, and longevity so we recommend a minimum of one treatment per month for optimal health and wellness.
It is super important to note that If we treat you today, but then before your next appointment a week later your symptoms slowly start to creep back in so by the time we treat you again we’re at square one, then we went too far between the first appointments. We’ll be stuck in this see saw of your symptoms improving, then getting worse, then improving, and getting worse. We don’t want this, we want your symptoms to slowly improve, and improve, and improve. Your acupuncturist will work with you to find a treatment schedule that works for you. After you are on a consistent schedule and your symptoms are starting to improve, the frequency of treatments can lesson.
It is also important that between visits you are making note of any changes that may have occurred, such as the alleviation of pain, pain moving to other areas, changes in sleep or mood, and any changes in the frequency and type of symptoms. These are all things to discuss with your acupuncturist during your next visit. This may indicate the need to bump up or lesson the number of treatments or discuss the possibility of adding herbs as well.
Here are 5 ways acupuncture can help you maintain your goals this New Year!
Stress reduction is always list for New Year’s resolutions and for a good reason. Stress is often the cause of illness and the deterioration of health. Numerous studies have demonstrated the substantial benefits of acupuncture in the treatment of stress, anxiety and lowering blood pressure.
Reach Target Weight and Stay There
Losing weight is the most common New Year’s Resolution. Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine can help you reach your goal weight and maintain it by promoting better digestion, smoothing emotions, reducing appetite, improving metabolism, and eliminating food cravings.
From an Oriental medicine perspective, the acupuncture points and foods and herbs that are chosen to assist with weight loss directly influence the Qi of the Spleen and Liver systems to treat the root imbalances that are causing the weight gain.
From a Western perspective, acupuncture and Oriental medicine have been shown to have an effect on the function of the nervous system, endocrine system, digestive system, food cravings, and metabolism. All of which can help to energize the body, maximize the absorption of nutrients, regulate elimination, control overeating, suppress the appetite, and reduce anxiety.
The beauty of acupuncture is that each treatment is catered to the needs of the individual patient. Acupuncture points on the body will be chosen for overall well being with the objective of increasing circulation of the blood and Qi (stimulating the metabolism) and calming the nervous system.
Your New Year’s resolution may be to learn a new language or take a class at your local college. However you choose to exercise your brain, acupuncture can help. Numerous studies suggest that acupuncture can help improve memory, mental clarity, concentration and cognitive function.
One recently published study shows how acupuncture can be used to treat memory impairment induced by diabetes and cerebral ischemia. Other studies have looked at how acupuncture affects the performance of students during an exam, post-menopausal “brain fog”, Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia. All results, thus far, have been positive.
Relieve Pain Naturally
If pain is keeping you from living your life to the fullest, acupuncture can help. Increasingly, people are looking for more natural approaches to help relieve painful conditions instead of relying on medications. Acupuncture has no side effects and can be helpful for all types of pain, regardless of what is causing the pain or where the pain is located. Some studies have shown the pain relief it provides can last for months.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the brain before and after acupuncture treatment for pain shows dramatic decreases in activity in the pain centers of the brain – up to 70%.
In addition to reducing pain, acupuncture also hastens the healing process by increasing circulation and attracting white blood cells to an injured area.
Acupuncture has turned a growing number of cigarette cravers into permanent ex-smokers. In fact, researchers say that acupuncture is a promising treatment for all types of addiction from cigarettes to heroin.
In one study, a team from Yale University successfully used auricular (ear) acupuncture to treat cocaine addiction. Results showed that 54.8% of participants tested free of cocaine during the last week of treatment, compared to 23.5% and 9.1% in the two control groups. Those who completed acupuncture treatment also had longer periods of sustained abstinence compared to participants in the control groups.
The acupuncture treatments for smoking cessation focus on jitters, cravings, irritability, and restlessness; symptoms that people commonly complain about when they quit. It also aids in relaxation and detoxification.
New year, same you – better with Acupuncture!
We are offering our annual package deal! Four treatments for just $88 (Regularly $100). This is a great way to get a jump start on your health and wellness this year. This offer is only available for purchase through the month of January.
*We have also re-opened on Wednesdays from 9 am-1 pm!
What is CBD?
CBD is a hemp-derived extract that can be used for therapeutic and medicinal purposes. It has been shown in numerous studies to benefit pathological conditions such as anxiety, inflammation, cancer, addiction, and epilepsy.
CBD vs. THC?
Both CBD and THC interact with cannabinoid receptors in the body’s endocannabinoid system. However, CBD is non psychoactive – meaning it won’t make you “high”
What brand of CBD do we carry?
We carry Charlotte’s Web CBD oil which is the market leader in the production and distribution of innovative hemp-based cannabidiol (“CBD”) wellness products. The Stanley brothers began researching alternative cancer treatments when they re-branded as “Charlotte’s Web” after the mother of a young girl who had a rare, severe form of epilepsy approached them seeking a solution for her daughter. The girl’s name was Charlotte and the Stanley brothers’ CBD dramatically reduced her seizures. The Stanley brothers’ CBD products are not the same as hemp oil. Hemp oil comes directly from hemp seeds, which contain negligible amounts of CBD. Charlotte’s Web products come from the leaves and flowers of the hemp plant, which carry the good stuff you’re looking for. CBD is not regulated by the FDA so it is important to find a reputable brand that is willing to show you their batch reports. The batch report of a Charlotte’s Web product can be located here, by simply entering the number on the bottom of the box. The hemp used in Charlotte’s Web is sourced in Colorado and is legal in all 50 states. Let us know if we can help you get started.