Discover the healing benefits of acupuncture services at Ochsner

Acupuncture for Whole-Body Wellness

By stimulating certain pressure points across the body, acupuncture promotes natural healing and wellness. While most patients will seek out acupuncture for a specific concern, such as recovery for a recent injury or to manage long-term pain, they often leave with added benefits. Some added benefits of acupuncture include improvements in sleep, mood, energy and even blood circulation. Call today to discover how acupuncture can improve your overall wellness.

Wellness acupuncture is offered at:

Call 877-889-2976 or email to schedule an appointment. Wellness acupuncture is available without referral.

Acupuncture for Oncology

Whether you’re facing a new diagnosis of cancer or are a survivor coping with side effects, the Ochsner Integrative Oncology team can help enhance the quality of your life. Our services, when combined with traditional therapy, treat the whole patient – not just the cancer. Based on scientific evidence, our complementary therapies can help restore your overall health and well-being, during or after treatment. Because cancer doesn’t define you, we’ve redefined cancer care.

Oncology acupuncture is offered at:

Call 866-624-7637 to schedule an Integrative Oncology consult.

Meet the Team

Martin Fu

DACM, LAc | Acupuncturist for Wellness
Shen Kang "Martin" Fu holds both a doctorate and master's degree in traditional Chinese medicine. He holds the titles of Diplomate in Oriental Medicine as well as Diplomate in Acupuncture by the National Certification Committee of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Having also practiced as a Medical Doctor in China, Dr. Fu specializes in integrating Western medicine with traditional Chinese medicine practices. Dr. Fu treats the whole person, and is especially skilled in treating chronic pain, shoulder and back injuries, facial paralysis, stress, anxiety and migraines.

Kaylee Vincent

LAc | Acupuncturist for Oncology
Kaylee Vincent is a licensed and board-certified acupuncturist. She earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture from Texas Health and Science University in Austin, Texas. She completed her Doctorates in Acupuncture from Won Institute in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She has been practicing in a hospital-based systems since 2017 and specializes in oncology and pain management.

Your Questions, Answered

What is acupuncture?

Acupuncture is an alternative medicine practice dating back nearly 3,000 years that involves the insertion of thin filiform needles into the skin at certain pressure points. Stimulation of these acupressure points releases chemicals within the body that promote its natural healing and wellness.

In 1996, the FDA classified the acupuncture needle as a medical device. Acupuncture is also recognized by the National Institute of Health and the World Health Organization.

Is acupuncture right for me?

Acupuncture may benefit you if you suffer from or are experiencing any of the following symptoms:

  • Acute and chronic low back pain
  • Cancer pain and associated symptoms
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Infertility or trouble conceiving
  • Knee osteoarthritis
  • Myofascial pain syndromes
  • Myofascial pain syndromes
  • Post-operative dental pain
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