Dating back thousands of years in China, no one quite knows the precise date or exactly how Acupuncture came about. Imagine a time before artificial light, controlled heat and modern technology; ancient people observed the rhythms of nature and described health and illness according to such terms. For example, a rash on the arm might be described as “heat”, or swelling in the legs might be referred to as “dampness”.

We still use the elements to describe the physical state in Acupuncture. This is one of the reasons Acupuncture is a unique and effective choice in the care of difficult to treat conditions by Allopathic medical standards. Acupuncture treats the “root” of the problem and in doing so, the “branches” or symptoms begin to go away over time.

Another reason why people turn to Acupuncture is due to the personalized approach. Each treatment is tailored to the individual patient. For example; multiple patients may seek help from Acupuncture for Migraine headaches, but according to Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine, each of their headaches have different causes and would be treated differently.

The most important reason why people should choose Acupuncture and Holistic therapies is because it allows the body to do the healing it is meant to do. Acupuncture assists the body’s natural healing process with no side-effects. The changes can be subtle and dramatic, but are most often welcome.

Acupuncture For Veterans

Peck’s Family Acupuncture is proud to be listed as a Veterans Choice Provider. If you are a Veteran and would like to receive Acupuncture, contact Health Net Federal Services at 1-866-606-8198.



Cupping TherapyCupping Therapy


Cupping Therapy employs the use of negative pressure to bring better circulation to the skin, loosen adhesions in underlying tissues, and move Lymphatic fluid. The result is a reduction in pain, lengthening and stretching of tight muscles, and improvement in overall health.

Orthopedic Cupping Therapy: This dynamic style of cupping is geared specifically for restricted range-of-motion conditions related to sports injuries.

Facial Rejuvenation Cupping: Gentle and relaxing, delicate glass cups are used to massage the face and neck with slow, gliding strokes. Can be used for TMJD, headaches, sinus discomfort, and anyone wanting a natural “facelift”.



Massage Therapy


We offer many modalities according to client needs, such as Swedish Massage, Myofascial Release, Fasciablaster, Cupping, Gua Sha, Kansa, Hot Stones, Reflexology, Cranial Sacral, Trigger Point, Acupressure, Aromatouch Technique, Aromatherapy & Reiki.

We are committed to working together with clients to achieve holistic wellness & promote education & participation in this powerful healing process.

We also offer classes in Reiki levels I, II & III to individuals or groups.

Schedule an Appointment

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(207) 247-7388

813C Main Street, Massabesic Regional Medical Center, Waterboro, ME 04087