“Everything is energy and that’s all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy. This is physics.” Albert Einstein
About | Modern Science + Ancient Medicine
Mountaintop Acupuncture & Rehabilitation is a full service Eastern Medicine practice that fuses western medical science with eastern practices.
We gather comprehensive information to determine which treatment path to take. We utilize all the great information you might have from the western side of your treatment, and use the methods of eastern medicine as your bridge to better health.
Our philosophy about health is that rest, restorative methods, and time will resolve common conditions, as long as they are attended to in good time. Rehabilitation means “…to restore or bring to a condition of health or useful and constructive activity.”
– Merriam Webster
If you want to have a good quality of life, follow the basics: eat nourishing food, find some sort of purposeful movement to do regularly, find a deep breathing exercise you can summon at a moment’s notice, maintain a good attitude and take time to really rest.
Eastern Medicine seeks primarily to help the body achieve a more constant state closer to homeostasis. We use these methods as a bridge for you to restore the body, mind, and emotions from an unhealthy state to one of vibrant health.
Ill health comes about for any number of reasons. Chronic stress is the main culprit, made worse by lifestyle choices and habits. A compromised immune system can make you susceptible to viral or bacterial infections. Other factors that influence health might your baseline constitutional tendencies and the trauma of accidents, big and small. Any of these issues impact the body, mind, and emotions, which then need rehabilitation to be restored back to health.
To become healthy and stay that way, there are 5 core habits to pay attention to: diet, exercise, breathing, relaxation, and attitude. We find that wrapping one’s mind about being moderate in everyday habits is the key to making it all stick.
Further, practicing these ideals acts as a guide to restore emotional steadiness and flexibility, physical strength and endurance, and mental clarity and agility.