Imagine living with less physical and emotional pain, with more freedom of movement, and with greater energy, balance, and intention. When Sandra Broberg, Licensed Acupuncturist (LAc) and East Asian Medicine Practitioner (EAMP), formulates your treatment plan, that’s her commitment to you.
With a focus on sports medicine and orthopedics, women’s health and fertility, and digestive disorders, Sandra views her role as a facilitator in helping your body’s own natural healing process. As Sandra’s patient, you’ll also receive resources and education that will help you manage and improve your own health and vitality outside of Sandra’s clinic so you can more quickly regain the life you most want to live. Sandra is committed to providing caring and personalized attention.
Body in Balance Acupuncture is located in the University District of Seattle, Washington. The office is located just off I-5 with free parking and easy access to bus routes.
What is acupuncture, anyway?
Acupuncture is a complete system of health care that is used to diagnose and treat disease, prevent illness, and improve well-being. A safe and effective form of treatment that originated in China more than 3,000 years ago, acupuncture is long proven to balance and heal the body.
Very fine needles are carefully inserted into specific points on the body to stimulate your natural ability to heal itself. Studies have shown that acupuncture:
- helps control and eliminate pain
- reduces inflammation
- balances the mood
- promotes tissue regeneration and bone healing
- regulates the gastrointestinal tract
- boosts the immune system
- regulates the endocrine system for gynecological disorders
- promotes fertility.
The treatments work on both the particular symptom pattern as well as the underlying conditions that may have allowed the symptoms to develop in the first place.
Body in Balance Acupuncture was selected as one of the best acupuncture practices in Seattle for 2016, based on the criteria of reputation, credibility, experience, availability, and professionalism.