Quality Alternative Therapies in Atoka, OK
Enabling you to obtain relief from chronic ailments that traditional therapies are unable to solve are our specialty at OneHealth Wellness Clinic of Atoka, OK. It is our wish to help you reach your quality of life goals, in a safe and effective manner.
OneHealth Wellness Clinic is a healthcare clinic with a focus on holistic medical treatments, using several different disciplines and therapies that are personalized for each patient. Among these are:
- BioPhotonic Therapy (UBI)
- Functional Medicine
- Infra-Red Light Therapy
- Nutritional Therapies
- Ozone Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Vita-C IV Therapy
We accept most insurance plans, Medicare and V.A. authorized benefits.
Vitamin C IV / Chelation Therapy
OneHealth Wellness Clinic provides Vitamin C IV/Chelation Therapy in Atoka, OK. IV Therapy is an efficient way of delivering a powerful dose of nutrients to replenish health, heal tissues, reduce inflammation and revitalize the body. This safe and effective process can address sleep issues, reduce stress, elevate mood, and more! The modern diet often falls short of providing all the essential vitamins and nourishing nutrients we need to lead a healthy life. Whether you are looking for better rehydration, or help battling a chronic condition, IV therapy is the answer.
Research has shown that a regular diet cannot provide the amount of nutrients our bodies require. This is especially true for people that lead an active lifestyle. Supplements and multivitamins are a great solution. However, direct IV therapy promotes absorption and rehydration far better than any digestible delivery method. You are delivering nutrients straight to the source: the cells.
Since the nutrients are being delivered at a cellular level, the therapy can improve your overall health and address individual ailments. We offer unique blends of IV therapies to help with: migraines, depression, autoimmune disorders, hydration, chronic fatigue, addiction withdrawal, arthritis and more. You are guaranteed amazing results because we tailor a nutrient cocktail to fit your precise needs.
IV/Chelation therapy is the best-kept secret of busy people all over the world. Many of us go through life without ever being nutritionally sound. This is why we often experience fatigue, restlessness, and a general lack of energy throughout the day. Instead of investing time in your favorite barista, you can use our all-natural therapies to address your energy level through nutrition. Say goodbye to caffeine and hello to nutrients!
BioPhotonic Therapy (UBI)
UBI is a therapy with over 80 years of clinical history. It typically requires only 3-10 treatments of less than an hour each. Here are some of the conditions it can help treat:
- Chronic Fatigue
- Chronic Yeast Infections
- Heart Disease/Angina
- Non-Healing Wounds
- Poor Circulation
- Respiratory Infection
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Staph infections/MRSA
How Does It Work?
- Cardiovascular Protection Through Increased Metabolism of Cholesterol, Uric Acid, and Glucose
- Cuts Inflammation
- Has Powerful Anti-Infection Properties
- Immune System Balancing Effect (Homeostasis)
- Improves Circulation
- Improves Oxygenation of Tissues
- Increases Bodies Tolerance of Radiation or Chemotherapy
- Kills Blood-Borne Bacteria and Viruses
- Reduces Tissue Pain
- Supercharges the Immune System
At OneHealth Wellness Clinic our Doctors believe in multiple technigues to lessen or eliminate many of the body's problems arising from the nervous system. Chiropractic healing focuses on neuro-musculoskeletal and general health issues, at OneHealth in Atoka, OK, we work to help patients like you experience a better overall quality of life. At OneHealth, we are equipped to diagnose and treat a variety of conditions, and when it comes to pain relief, our techniques include, but aren't limited to:
- Infra-Red Light Therapy
- Muscle Testing
Frequently Asked Questions
Acupuncture, simply stated, is a health science which is used to successfully treat both pain and dysfunction in the body.
Acupuncture has its roots deeply planted in China. In fact, authorities agree the science is between 5,000 and 7,000 years old. Its use spread throughout ancient Egypt, the Middle East, the Roman Empire and later into Western Europe as merchants and missionaries to China told of the amazing discoveries the people of the Orient had developed. Acupuncture did not become known on a national level in the US until 1971 when diplomatic relations between China and America were relaxed.
At first glimpse, Acupuncture appears strange, as its primary notoriety is the utilization of needles placed in the skin at various Bokchito, OKs to relieve pain or affect a body part.
Early Chinese physicians discovered there is an energy network traversing just below the surface of the skin which communicates from the exterior to the internal organs and structures over 1,000 “Acupoints” on the body. This energy works in harmony with the body’s circulatory, nervous, muscular, digestive, genitourinary and all other systems of the body. When this vital energy becomes blocked or weakened, an effect in a body system or anatomic Atoka, OK becomes evident. Stimulation of one or a combination of key “Acupoints” on the body may restore harmony to the affected area.
Historians have stated, “More people have benefited from Acupuncture over the course of fifty centuries than the combined total of all other healing sciences, both ancient and modern.”
What Is Meridian Therapy?
Meridian therapy is the accepted name employed by those who practice the principle of Acupuncture without the use of a penetrating needle.
Acupuncture is a principle, not a technique. Therefore, there are many ways to stimulate an Acupoint other than a needle, just as there are many different strokes used in swimming.
Many practitioners use electronic stimulation, laser beam or pressure massage to treat an Acupoint. The principle of Acupuncture does not change, only the technique.
How Does It Work?
Far too often in the medical professions, a patient is told after extensive examination, “There is nothing wrong,” “It is all in your head,” or “Sorry, you’ll have to learn to live with it. The examining doctor unable to find the cause of the problem has little else to tell the patient. Fortunately, many physicians are now referring their patients for an Acupuncture evaluation as a last resort.
The human body’s energy flow courses over twelve meridians or channels that are normally well balanced. If a disruption of energy flow exists, it can alter the entire system, producing pain or symptoms in the body.
If we were to compare a 175-pound man on one end of a seesaw and a 47 pound child on the other end, it becomes obvious the seesaw would be “broken” due to the fact the heavier person would be sitting on the ground and lighter would be dangling in the air. Even though the seesaw is producing a symptom of being broken-extensive examination would not reveal anything wrong with the seesaw. The obvious answer is in the balance. Correction of the balance corrects the problem.
This is Acupuncture’s goal-to restore normalcy to the body’s energy balance by utilizing a combination of Acupoints located on the twelve meridians. This is accomplished by a variety of means; the needle is just one.
Medical research continues in this country and others to attempt to explain in western scientific terms what the ancient Chinese seventy centuries earlier described. Today, many theories have been postulated as to why Acupuncture is so effective in pain control. However, as more discoveries are made, more research is indicated.
Is Treatment Painful?
One would assume inserting a needle into the skin would be painful since most of us can relate to being stuck with a pin or having a hypodermic injection. However, four Acupuncture needles can easily be inserted into the hollow tube of a hypodermic needle. Because of the extreme slenderness of the needle, most people compare the sensations to “less than a mosquito bite.” A phenomena referred to as “TEHCHI” occurs when the energy is contacted. This sensation is felt as a mild to moderate heaviness or tingling.
Needles obviously have their place in clinical practice. However, many physicians certified in Acupuncture and licensed Acupuncturists are employing electronic and laser stimulation to the Acupoint with equal effectiveness as the needle. Both of these procedures are painless and are quickly becoming standard worldwide.
The tapping needle “teishein” is not really a needle as it does not pierce the skin. It produces a mild to moderate sensation. Compare it to taping a ball point pen on the skin. This form of stimulation has been used successfully for centuries. Thumb pressure is equally impressive and not considered painful.
How Many Treatments Are Usual?
Obviously the number of treatments vary with different conditions and individuals. Chronic problems generally require more treatment than acute ones. Some patients notice an immediate improvement after the first treatment, whereas others many not notice any effect until the seventh or eighth visit. It’s been shown that a certain percentage of patients receive maximum benefit up to three months following a course of therapy.
A small number of patient will receive a worsening of symptoms, as the body’s energies are returning to normal. This is usual and no need for alarm. It is followed by improvement. Researchers internationally agree the usual number of treatments is between eight and 16. The usual frequency is between two and four times a week.
Patients are urged not to enter an Acupuncture program with the thought of “taking a few” to see what will happen. Even though it is possible to achieve success, a program of 10 visits would have a better chance for success. Patients are encouraged to be patient with the healing process. If the treatments are recommended and results occur in just five visits, the doctor may elect to discontinue treatments or continue their use to stabilize the condition.
Are Results Psychological?
Many critics of Acupuncture have suggested the science is hypnosis or “mind over matter.”This criticism is totally unfounded as Acupuncture has startling effects in infants and toddlers as well as veterinary applications. The effect it has in surgery as an anesthetic further disclaims the skeptics. Even total disbelieves report favorable response to Acupuncture.
However, a positive outlook is obviously beneficial in all phases of life to include healing.
What Conditions Are Accepted?
Acupuncture textbooks list well over one hundred different conditions that respond well to Acupuncture. The World Health Organization, working in close harmony with the International Acupuncture training center of the Shanghai College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, has indicated Acupuncture is effective in the following conditions.
Acute and chronic pain relief, migraine, tension cluster and sinus headaches, trigeminal neuralgia, bladder dysfunction, bed wetting, cervical (neck) pain, and mid-back pain, low shoulder, tennis elbow, post-operative pain relief, gastric problems, asthma, allergies, skin conditions, hemorrhoids, abnormal blood pressure, fatigue, anxiety, neurologic syndrome, various eye problems, etc., etc.
This is only a partial list of the numerous conditions Acupuncture has been credited with helping.
Is Acupuncture Expensive?
The cost of Acupuncture treatment varies in different parts of the country. However, the average appears to be between $45.00 and $75.00 per treatment.
Are Results Permanent?
For acute problems where there has been little or no organ system or tissue damage, results are often permanent. For chronic conditions, symptoms may recur from time to time. Generally, a few additional treatments are sufficient to obtain relief. It’s suggested that patients with severe or chronic conditions return for a booster treatment two to three times a year.