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Robert Vena, New Jersey Acupuncturist for Eczema Treatments in Englewood NJ 07631

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Treating Eczema with Acupuncture in NJ

Robert Vena, L.Ac., MSTOM
New Jersery Acupuncturist
214 Engle Street Suite 23
Englewood, NJ 07631
(201) 357-0904

How Acupuncture Treatments Can Improve Eczema

Contact Robert Vena, New Jersey Acupuncturist for Eczema Treatments in Englewood NJ 07631
Patient Testimonial

Rob’s efforts go way beyond the acupuncture table. He is very knowledgeable and every session I come away with a new tip or idea to try and that’s usually delivered with a dose of humor.

I have grown in many ways since we started working together. One of the best things he’s done for me is to gently urge me to step out of my comfort zone and take more risks in life.

It is a testament to his skill as a practitioner that his business has grown so rapidly. That probably doesn’t surprise his clients because we know he’s the best.”

Eczema is an uncomfortable skin disorder that affects millions of Americans each year. The condition causes an itchy, sometimes painful rash that can create issues in your everyday life. While it is uncomfortable, it can also be embarrassing to be seen with eczema. If you think you might be suffering with eczema, these are the symptoms to
look for:

  • Dry, itchy skin.
  • Patches of scaly skin.
  • Thickened skin.
  • Any of the above on hands, neck, face and legs.
  • On children, in creases of the elbows and knees.

These are just a few of the symptoms of eczema, but there may be other warning signs that you are suffering with this skin disorder. Each person's system is different, and it is possible to have eczema anywhere on the body, and not just limited to areas like the hands, neck, face, knees and elbows.

As a New Jersey acupuncturist specializing in eczema treatments, I can help to relieve most, if not all, of your eczema symptoms.

While the exact cause of eczema is unknown, there are several factors that put people at higher risk. The condition is believed to stem from the body's immune system. A flare up may occur when the immune system is exposed to an irritant to which it overreacts. Some of the things that may cause an eczema flare up include:

  • Being too hot
  • Being too cold
  • Having a cold
  • Rough materials
  • Animal dander
  • Certain soaps
  • Certain laundry detergent
  • Most household cleaners

These are just a few of the things that can cause flare ups, but it is important to remember that anything can cause your eczema to surface, depending on your body. Even if you are able to avoid all of the above irritants, you may not be able to avoid having an eczema flare up.

Acupuncture Treatments for Eczema

Eczema is an incurable disease that is not contagious. While there may be no cure for eczema, the symptoms can be easily treated with eczema remedies and eczema treatment in NJ. These remedies include natural methods as well as commercial methods. Many people prefer a natural way to treat their eczema symptoms because holistic healing methods also provide benefits to the rest of the body. Acupuncture is one natural way that eczema can easily be treated. When properly administered, acupuncture can be an effective treatment for eczema. It helps the body heal itself and does not cause any ill side effects.
Contact Robert Vena, NJ Acupuncturist for Eczema Treatments
"Acupuncture may be the answer you’ve been seeking in your quest for effective eczema treatments. Acupuncture has been shown to relieve eczema symptoms without the ill side effects of commercial medicines and creams."
-Robert Vena, NJ Acupuncturist
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Acupuncture Eczema Treatments in New Jersey
It may be time to stop looking for eczema treatment options that continuously fail and make you more sick than you were to begin with. To find acupuncture eczema treatment in New Jersey, look no further. My acupuncture treatments for eczema just might be the answer you have been looking for. Acupuncture can help your eczema symptoms without any side effects.

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As an acupuncturist for eczema, I will insert hair-thin needles into the specific acupuncture points that can help the body heal itself. It is a virtually painless and proven method for reducing the symptoms of eczema.

The needles are inserted along different energetic meridians to help the body to heal itself without the use of topical creams or internal medicines that have the potential to cause dangerous side effects. Acupuncture is a great alternative method to help relieve your eczema symptoms.

Many commercial pharmaceuticals contain various ingredients and chemicals that can be harmful to the body.
When taken to help heal one part of the body, other body systems may be harmed in the process. These side effects can be very discouraging and make it very difficult to deal with eczema treatments.

Acupuncture is based on the Chinese medical belief that when a certain part of the body suffers, it may be due to a blockage of Qi, or life energy, in that particular area of the body. The needles, when inserted into various points around the body, help to unblock the Qi, allow it to begin flowing freely again, and help relieve symptoms. If you are looking for an eczema treatment in New Jersey, acupuncture may be the answer.

Some people may initially be frightened at the thought of having needles inserted into their body just to relieve the symptoms of eczema. But, acupuncture needles are hair-thin, very flexible, and skillfully inserted in a way that minimizes the possibility of pain. In fact, acupuncture needles are so thin, that 25 - 30 of them can fit inside a regular hypodermic needle.

Most patients do not even feel the needles when inserted. Others, however, may experience a minor discomfort when the needle first pierces the skin. While it may be uncomfortable to some, the minimal pain experienced often greatly outweighs the side effects of commercial medicines.
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Robert Vena, L.Ac., MSTOM
214 Engle Street Suite 23
Englewood, New Jersey 07631
Phone: (201) 357-0904
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