Netta Hart Acupuncture in Greenland, NH
Licensed Acupuncturist NCCA
Licensed Acupuncturist NCCA
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Netta Hart is the longest practicing Acupuncturist in the Seacoast New Hampshire area. We specialize in non-narcotic practices for healing all types of pain including addictions, migraines, headaches, chronic or acute pain, joint pain, back pain, musculo-skeletal pain, injuries and pain associated with disease. We use an array of proven methods such as acupuncture, electrical stimulation, moxa warming, cupping and yogic rehabilitation. Our goal is to treat and relieve your problem permanently instead of using pharmaceuticals for temporary relief.
We utilize fundamental healing principles of mind-body medicine in order to provide complementary medical care that will balance and strengthen your immune system in order to interrupt developing health issues and to correct imbalances that have resulted in disease. In this photo, we are correcting a knee injury by reducing inflammation and increasing blood circulation.
We care about your well being and will provide you with honest guidance, knowledge, and the tools needed to recover your health. We are here to help you achieve optimal wellness. This photo is of a cupping treatment with needles for extensive pain involving the entire spine.
We understand that you are not living your best life possible unless your mind and body are healthy. We treat your problem at its root for true and long lasting healing and to not merely provide a band-aid fix. That's why we take the time to organically understand, diagnose and treat your problem. Acupuncture is effective for both acute
We understand that you are not living your best life possible unless your mind and body are healthy. We treat your problem at its root for true and long lasting healing and to not merely provide a band-aid fix. That's why we take the time to organically understand, diagnose and treat your problem. Acupuncture is effective for both acute and chronic conditions and is effective preventative medicine. It stimulates your immune system and your body's natural healing force without drugs, surgery of trauma.
In this photo, Netta Hart is evaluating her patient's pulses in order to determine organ strength.
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We specialize in non-narcotic practices for healing all types of pain including addictions, migraines, headaches, chronic or acute pain, joint pain, back pain, musculo-skeletal pain, injuries and pain associated with disease. We use an array of proven methods such as acupuncture, electrical stimulation, moxa warming, cupping and yogic rehabilitation. Our goal is to treat and relieve your problem permanently instead of using pharmaceuticals for temporary relief.
Herbs were commonly used before western pharmaceuticals were introduced. Treating and preventing medical conditions with herbs is naturally safe when prescribed by a properly trained practitioner. Potential side effects are minor and quickly reversible. An herbal prescription will often speed your healing process.
Homeopathic treatment is based on the notion that "like cures like" to locate the root of your health issues and reverse them naturally. Homeopathy can treat many chronic and acute diseases, rather than managing or suppressing them. We are able to provide a deep healing of mental, emotional, and physical complaints.
Oncology acupuncture is now widely recognized by hospitals and doctors to be an effective adjunct treatment to pharmaceutical cancer treatment. Acupuncture can effectively diminish the debilitating side effects of nausea and fatigue often associated with cancer treatment. It can prevent radiation burning if begun in conjunction with radiation treatment. It can also restore your immune system thus effectively and promptly promoting healing and restored health.
This photo is of a cupping treatment in progress for spinal pain. Cupping is painless and extremely effective. It is used in painful conditions such as back pain and for relieving congestion associated with asthma, bronchitis, colds or flu.
Animals love acupuncture treatment. They respond very well and quickly since they don't have the psychological blocks to treatment that we humans often do. Netta has effectively treated horses, dogs, the occasional cat and even a pet rabbit.
Acupuncture services are provided by Ms. Netta M. Hart, 1985 graduate of the Massachusetts State certified New England School of Acupuncture in Newton, MA. Ms. Hart is a nationally board certified Diplomate and fully licensed by the NH Board of Medicine. She is a member of the NH Acupuncture and Asian Medicine Association and the American Association of Oriental Medicine.
Ms. Hart earned her BA in Social Services from the University of New Hampshire and spent over ten years working in community and state welfare services. Her interest in acupuncture, nutrition and sports medicine evolved from her involvement in weight training and cardiovascular fitness. She taught fitness classes for the University of New Hampshire and at private athletic clubs for several years. Ms. Hart was drawn to acupuncture practice after a serious car accident left her struggling with injuries unresponsive to allopathic medicine but effectively treated with acupuncture.
Ms. Hart, Master Acupuncturist, has been providing acupuncture services in private and group practice for over 30 years. Her practice includes Acupuncture, Chinese Herbology, Cranial-Sacral Therapy, nutritional and lifestyle counseling and JMT therapy, which is treatment for auto immune conditions such as MS, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus and desensitization of allergies. Ms. Hart is well known for her skill in treatment of difficult disorders and painful syndromes. Her talent and ability to treat multiple disorders is complimented with a friendly, outgoing personality and an ability to relate and empathize with her patients.
Please contact our office at 603-433-1727 for more information or to book an appointment. Our office is conveniently located in Greenland, NH, minutes off of interstate 95 and Routes 101 and 33.
We look forward to speaking with you and helping to increase your overall heath and well being.
Surprisingly, the most effective new treatment in American medical care today was actually developed many thousands of years ago." - The Boston Globe
Traditional Chinese medicine has developed over a period of at least 3,000 years and includes acupuncture, herbology, massage and nutrition. It is a powerful and profound system of healing. Chinese medicine views illness in terms of patterns of disharmony that are addressed and alleviated at their source. This is a holistic approach to healing that affects the individual on all levels of their being.
Acupuncture moves the body's energy. Energy is vital to all aspects of life and circulates throughout the body along specific pathways called meridians. When this energy flow is interrupted or weakened, imbalance occurs which can lead to disharmony and disease. Acupuncture works with our own healing force by directing and regulating the flow of this energy (called Qi) to restore balance. It disperses obstruction which then releases blood circulation and promotes healing while it stimulates your body's energy to strengthen the system where needed.
Treatment involves placing a few very fine needles into energy points generally located along meridians. Most people experience acupuncture as comfortable and extremely relaxing. Many patients fall asleep during treatment. Acupuncture is effective for both acute and chronic conditions and is also a preventative medicine. It stimulates the immune system and the body's natural healing force without drugs, surgery, trauma or unpleasant side effects.
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