Acupuncture Services

  • Single Acupuncture Session: $99.00

What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture involves inserting thin, sterile needles into the body to treat disease and promote wellness. Acupuncture is part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), a system of medicine used for thousands of years. This ancient medicine treats a variety of conditions and is practiced all over the world. Acupuncture restores the body’s natural balance since TCM views that disease only occurs when the body is out of balance. Stress, illness, not eating and sleeping are all factors that can impact the body’s balance. Acupuncture and TCM focus on restoring overall wellness by targeting these imbalances.

To learn more about acupuncture and how it works visit the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) website at

Acupuncture is Perfect for Treating:

  • Chronic Pain
  • Injury or Surgery
  • Infertility
  • Menopause
  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Insomnia
  • Headaches
  • Anxiety
  • Seasonal Allergies
  • Illness Recovery
  • and More!

What does Acupuncture treat?

In 2003 the World Health Organization (WHO) released a report recognizing acupuncture as effective, through clinical studies and/or clinical experience, at treating over 90 different diseases, conditions and symptoms ( This list includes many types of pain; back pain, neck pain, pain from arthritis, knee pain, and headaches. Also on this list were women’s health issues such as; painful periods, infertility, and morning sickness. Conditions such as fibromyalgia, depression, sports injuries, and addiction were included on this extensive list. Patients with various health problems found relief from their health issues through acupuncture and are pleased with the results.

Why should I see an Acupuncturist and when should I go?

Although acupuncture is effective at treating many different conditions and symptoms, you don’t have to be sick to reap the benefits of acupuncture. Our modern day world is full of stressors like the economy, jobs, debt, children, ect. All of these stressors greatly impact our health. Promoting stress relief and an overall sense of well-being can be achieved through acupuncture. Receiving acupuncture treatments while you are experiencing pain or symptoms will help alleviate what your body is going through. Treatments are also recommended when you are not experiencing symptoms or pain to keep your body strong and prevent, or lessen, future bouts with these symptoms.

Will Acupuncture make me feel better immediately or will it take time to feel relief?

Improvement in symptoms and pain relief are often seen within a few sessions and the desired affect of the acupuncture will build over time.

There is no set time frame for how long it will take to fix a problem: each individual is different and each disease will respond differently to treatment.

A chronic condition, as the name implies, has chronicity and has affected the body for a long period of time.

We know it’s hard to break a habit we’ve had for a long time and the same is true of the body which has been unwell for a long time.

Getting acupuncture treatments, working at your health, and maintaining a positive attitude leads to success in treating your condition.


Sarah Sol (Toledo, OH)

“For years, I’ve believed in the power of holistic healing. My personal experience was taken to a new level, however, at Serenity Health & Wellness in Maumee. My condition is one of the most difficult to treat which exists in the medicine. The type of fibromyalgia which I have, caused by spinal trauma & cytokine changes in the body; can not be resolved with standard allopathic pain medications. Through the skillful and professional work of Carol Kremer, acupuncturist, we healed my complex muscular/skeletal issues so that I’m now pain & med free! The traditional practice of acupuncture is complemented by FSM technology, to achieve dramatic results.”

Carol Kremer

Carol Kremer, L.Ac, Dipl. Ac (NACCOAM) graduated cum laude from the American Institute of Alternative Medicine in Columbus, Ohio with her master’s degree in Acupuncture. She holds a license through the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and through the State of Ohio Medical Board.

In addition to traditional Acupuncture techniques, Carol is one of only three Acupuncturists in Ohio utilizing Frequency Specific Micro-current™ (FSM), an extremely effective treatment for chronic pain, inflammatory conditions, and scar tissue.

She also earned a BA in Music and German, and a MA in German from Bowling Green State University. Some of her other interests include singing, classical music, and traveling abroad.

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