My Philosophy of Health Care

To treat the patient with the problem, not only the problem the patient has.

To consider the person in my care and to include his/her physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual needs in the therapeutic equation.

To listen to my patient. To talk with my patient. To be an advocate for my patient. To keep my patient informed.

To carefully assess my patient’s problem and to use or suggest the most appropriate effective medical paradigm to help and to heal. This may include Medical Acupuncture, Homeopathy, Herbal Remedies, Osteopathic Manipulation, and/or Western Medicine.


Is Medical Acupuncture Right for You?
Acupuncture Is Especially Helpful In Treating:

Allergies, Anxiety, Arthritis, Bursitis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Colds, Colitis, Facial Paralysis, Fatigue, Fertility, Fibromyalgia, Flu, Headaches, Hemorrhoids, Intestinal (Digestive) Disorders, Impotency, Insomnia, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Low Back Pain, Migraine Headaches, Muscular Inflammation, Neuralgia, Osteoarthritis, Pain - Acute, Pain - Chronic, Plantar Faciitis, Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS), Prostatitis, Sciatica, Shingles, Sinusitis, Sinus Infection, Smoking, Spinal Stenosis, Sport Injuries, Sprains, Strains, Stress Control, Tendonitis, Tennis Elbow, TMJ Syndrome, Ulcers

Studies confirm what many already know: ACUPUNCTURE WORKS, especially for treating body, back and neck pain, arthritis and headaches - NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

New Study Shows Acupuncture May Curb Severity
of Hot Flashes In Menopause - ABC News


Do’s And Don’ts

The day of your acupuncture treatment, it is best if you

• Do not consume a large meal just prior to treatment

• Avoid alcoholic beverages 6 hours prior to or after treatment

• Inform Dr. Sager of any prescribed medications

• Continue to take all prescribed medications while you are having acupuncture treatment