Reduce Pain, Restore Function, Renew Health

Specializing in Allergies including Alpha-Gal

The clinic is located in the Wyndhurst area of Lynchburg VA within a short distance from Forest, Madison Heights, Alta Vista, Farmville,  Bedford and surrounding areas.  Acupuncture Works, uses Traditional Chinese Medicine to help patients Reduce Pain, Restore Function, and Renew Health.  Traditional Chinese Medicine includes Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs and Nutrition. Acupuncture used alone or combined with Western medicine’s innovative therapies and lab testing capabilities puts you and your loved ones in the best possible position to experience Renewed Health  Best of all, you receive an individualized plan that works best for you.

Our mission is to honor the gift of health by providing you with a comprehensive natural approach to caring for your health. Deborah Farley has committed her practice to helping you identify the root cause of your conditions while providing natural solutions to the symptoms you are experiencing.

If you’re looking for a healthcare partner who is committed to understanding your health concerns and has the expertise and advanced training to help you find naturopathic options, you are now one step closer.

In addition, to treating pain and other chronic illnesses, Deborah specializes in Fertility, Headaches, and  Tick Born diseases such as Lyme and it’s co-infections and Alpha-Gal.

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Soliman's Auricular Allergy Treatment (SAAT)

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Here’s what you can expect:

  • A comprehensive health consultation and assessment
  • Development of an individualized treatment strategy to address your symptoms and the root cause of your illness or issues.
  • Review of diet: food intolerance assessment, evaluation, testing and recommendations
  • Educational support and guidance to help you sustain your health goals

Licensed Acupuncturist with Advanced Training

Medical Doctors, Physical Therapist,  and Chiropractors who perform acupuncture generally receive 200-300 hours of training verses the 3,000+ hours of advanced training that a licensed acupuncturist receives. Physical Therapists using dry needling techniques are receiving less than 50 hours of training. Licensed acupuncturists are dedicated to the fundamental beliefs of Chinese medicine and have in-depth knowledge that far exceeds the application of acupuncture points and basic needling skills. At Acupuncture Works, this high level expertise serves as the foundation of your treatment strategies.

Come experience natural care for:

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Allergies

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Autoimmune

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Fertility

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Weight Loss

Acupuncture Works delivers safe and effective treatment for the following conditions:
Anxiety, Arthritis, Bell’s Palsy, Back Pain, Cancer Support, Chronic Fatigue, Depression, Digestive Issues, Insomnia,  Fibromyalgia, Headaches, IBS, Insomnia, Men’s Health, Menopause, Muscle/Joint Pain, Post Operative Pain and Support,  Neuropathy, Pregnancy, Stress, Trigeminal Nerve Pain, Womens Health 

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