Acupuncture

Kevin Scarbrough is a practitioner of Chinese Medicine. He uses acupuncture, herbal medicine, food therapy and other modalities of Chinese Medicine to assist individuals in recovering, maintaining, or enhancing their health. He specializes in the treatment of pain, preventive care and stress reduction. Kevin is also a health coach. He teaches clients how to enrich their lives by eating, sleeping and living in harmony with the natural environment.

“Optimal health is achieved by living in harmony with the Tao (nature).”

Kevin is a North Carolina licensed acupuncturist. He is a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine with the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. He received a Masters of Oriental Medicine from Southwest Acupuncture College in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He has practiced for more than six years in the Greater Asheville area. He lives in Black Mountain with his wife, Grace, their daughters, Willow and Fiona, and their two Shih Tzus.

If you have questions, call Kevin at (828) 551-1647 or e-mail him at kevinscarbrough@hotmail.com.

To schedule an appointment, e-mail Grace at info@gracescarbrough.com.

The initial visit is $60, and then subsequent visits are sliding scale. If you like to purchase four visits at once and receive even greater savings, a 4-pack of acupunctures is available for $160.

Initial Visit
$60.00

Package of 4 Visits
$160.00

FAQ's

What is Chinese Medicine?
Chinese Medicine is a two thousand year old comprehensive system of healthcare. Chinese Medicine includes the use of acupuncture, herbal formulas, heat therapy, bodywork, and dietary and lifestyle counseling to promote health and to treat all types of illness, disease and disharmonies.

What is acupuncture?
Acupuncture is the insertion of fine, sterile, single-use needles in specific points on the body to promote and maintain health and wellness.

Is acupuncture painful?
Acupuncture is gentle and generally pain-free. A person may experience several body sensations during acupuncture—aching, warmness, heaviness, mild cramping—none of which should feel painful. If pain is experienced, the needles will be adjusted or removed and reinserted to insure a relaxing and pain-free experience.

What is Chinese herbal medicine?
Chinese herbal medicine is the use of plant, mineral and animal substances to create formulas to help restore health and balance. Most formulas do not contain animal parts and all animal ingredients can be replaced with plant parts for vegetarians and vegans.

 

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