• Rebecca Sprintz D.Ac

Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired?

Updated: Apr 16

Acupuncture for the Cold and Flu Season

Oh, winter. Yes, it's that time of year again. Everyone seems to be home from (or at) work or school with a cold or flu. Everywhere you look people are sneezing, coughing, sniffling, and blowing their nose. You see it every year, or you might be one of those people I'm talking about.

Do you tend to get sick multiple times during a season? Do you have a hard time getting over a cold resulting in you feeling fatigued and having the sniffles all the time? These patterns can tax your quality of life to a great extent. You may miss a lot of work because you are at home in bed…that holiday cheer that you were intending on spreading into the new year has been put on the back burner…..

Wouldn't it be nice to have a winter where you are not continually catching the latest strain of the common cold or flu? Well, have no fear - Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is here!

Chinese medicine has successfully treated the cold and flu for thousands of years with Acupuncture and herbs. Our treatments can either stop the cold and flu within one to two days or significantly reduces symptoms and duration. It can also help resolve sinus congestion, infections, headaches and coughs.

Feeling under the weather? Give Winnipeg's Family Acupuncture a try!

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