Welcome to Spruce Grove Acupuncture!

The goal at Spruce Grove Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is to help you achieve and maintain optimal health through the use of acupuncture, Chinese herbs, diet and lifestyle recommendations. We strive to educate the community on how to live a healthier more balanced life.

Our North American society is conducive to a variety of health complications with our denatured food and stressful lifestyles. TCM can help you live in our modern times with increased energy, improved immune system, a restful sleep, reduced anxiety and stress, increased metabolism and an overall improved quality of life. A misconception is that acupuncture is only used to treat pain. Acupuncture is recognized by leading national and international health organizations to be effective in the treatment of a wide variety of medical problems.

Please click About Acupuncture/What We Treat to see a detailed list of pathologies recognized by the World Health Organization.

Building Protective Qi with TCM

Everybody gets sick at some point in their life. For some, it’s just a quick weekend thing. For others, it can last for several days and even weeks. Why do some people always get sick whenever there is a bug going around and others don’t? It all comes down to immunity. People who have a stronger immune system, tend to

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Five Ways to Increase White Blood Cell Count with TCM

Leukopenia is a term used when there are less than adequate white blood cells in the bloodstream. This condition may make those suffering from it susceptible to infections. Leukopenia is often seen in diseases such as AIDS, cancer and lupus, as well as in common occurrences like the flu or a cold. Leukopenia can also be medically induced, as is

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Acupuncture and Alcohol Detoxification

Alcoholism affects nearly 16 million adults in the United States, yet only approximately 1.5 million Americans actually seek and get help to deal with their addiction. According to the National Center for Statistics and Analysis, nearly 88,000 people die from alcohol-related deaths every year, which makes alcohol the fourth leading preventable cause of death in the United States. After all

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