Skin Disorders

Success With Certain Skin Disorders

Finding the root cause in the key in the success and treatment of certain skin disorders, not just treating the symptoms.

Skin Disorders Definition:

Skin disorders such as acne, rosacea, eczema, dry and itchy skin, hives, and painful scars have been shown to respond to acupuncture and natural medicine treatments.

Skin Disorders Causes:

Possible causes of skin disorders can range from contact dermatitis, food allergies, mineral deficiencies, autoimmune diseases, and much more.

Skin Disorders Symptoms:

Symptoms can range from:

  • dry skin
  • hives
  • itchy skin
  • eczema rashes
  • red patches as seen with rosacea
  • plaques around joints
  • acne scars or blemishes

Skin Disorders Treatments:

Acupuncture has been shown to improve dry skin, reduce hives and acne, as well as reduce pain and inflammation from scars. Finding the root cause in the key in the success and treatment of certain skin disorders, not just treating the symptoms.

At Starting Point, it is our goal to find the root cause on why you have symptoms. At your initial visit we will do a detailed holistic consult and exam. We may recommended specific allergy testing and offer treatment such as nutrition coaching, acupuncture, vitamin or pain relief injections to relieve symptoms while finding the cause.

Read our allergy specialist, Dr. Heintze’s article on eczema, here.

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Dr. Ellie Heintze, ND, LAc, is a naturopathic doctor and acupuncturist in Bothell, WA at her practice Starting Point Acupuncture. She is a pain specialist, seeing people who suffer from chronic pain, migraines, as well as digestive issues. Offering pain relief injections, acupuncture, and nutrition consults. Most insurances accepted. Dr. Ellie Heintze is also the author of the book, A Starting Point Guide to Going Gluten-Free on Amazon. As the director of the nonprofit, The Pain Relief Project, she also offers sliding scale, low-cost care for those on Medicare or uninsured.