​Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine





▪ low back pain
▪ neck pain/stiff neck
▪ sciatica
▪ knee pain
▪ headache
▪ migraines
▪ insomnia
▪ dysmenorrhea
▪ PMS (pre-menstrual syndrome)
▪ sprains
▪ diabetes mellitus, non-insulin dependent
▪ fibromyalgia
▪ coronary heart disease (angina pectoris)
▪ depression
▪ rheumatoid arthritis
▪ osteoarthritis
▪ gouty arthritis




Sylvia Bognar, L.Ac., MSOM

Acupuncture is one of the oldest, most commonly used systems of healing in the world. A skilled practitioner inserts thin hair-like needles along specific points on the body in order to treat or prevent an ailment. This technique is part of an ancient holistic system that stimulates your body’s natural healing mechanisms to restore balance and harmony to the body and mind. Traditional Chinese Medicine views health as a constantly changing flow of energy in the body. Techniques such as Acupuncture are designed to correct imbalances in the natural flow of energy. Simply put, it sends a signal to the brain to reset the nervous system, or your body’s stress response, which is at the root of many common ailments and conditions.

About Herbal Medicine

This is only a partial list of conditions treated with acupuncture. There are many other conditions that acupuncture treats very effectively. 

If you have questions about a condition not listed below, be sure to contact us so we can address your specific needs.

▪ stroke
▪ essential hypertension
▪ primary hypotension
▪ asthma
▪ small airway obstruction
▪ adverse reactions to radiation or chemotherapy

▪ allergic rhinitis, including hay  fever
▪ sore throat (including tonsillitis)
▪ herpes zoster/shingles
▪ post-herpetic neuralgia
▪ prostatitis
▪ nausea and vomiting
▪ postoperative pain 
▪ IBS (irritable bowel syndrome)
▪ peptic ulcer
▪ acute and chronic gastritis/abdominal pain
▪ UTI/urinary tract infection

Chinese herbs provide an effective treatment for a wide range of health disorders. Many are found in your garden or even your kitchen. Food and medicinal herbal therapy works in concert with acupuncture by providing the nourishing support for the energetic re-balancing, re-programming and harmonizing efforts of acupuncture. After diagnosing a pattern of disharmony and administering acupuncture treatments, a TCM practitioner often writes an herbal formula from 0ver 1,000 common herbal formulas or from more effective traditional formulas. 
A patient's formula is individually customized based on one’s constitution, environment and medical condition.

About Acupuncture

​​​Sylvia Bognar, L.Ac., MSOM    

Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Holistic Health Care             

Phone: 747-900-2205  

Email: sylviabognar@zeroneclinic.com


Conditions We Treat