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MILLENNIUM III
ACUPUNCTURE

Principle Based Medicine Across From Millennium Park

Welcome to Millennium III Acupuncture

The Clinic at the Chicago College of Oriental Medicine
190 N. Michigan Ave. Suite 1919

Practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine have used acupuncture for thousands of years to relieve pain, treat disease, and improve overall health. Amid the increasing stressors of modern
life, this proven practice offers a way to restore balance.

Millennium III Acupuncture, named so for the nearly three-millennia history of traditional Chinese medicine is the clinic of the Chicago College of Oriental Medicine—an institution dedicated to integrating evidence-based traditional methods with Western medicine. Our practitioners provide acupuncture, herbal medicine, tui na (acupressure), cupping, gua sha, and food therapy in a warm, welcoming environment.

Acupuncture can help relieve chronic physical and mental conditions including pain, insomnia, depression, anxiety, and obesity. It can also enhance immunity and promote natural healing. Even healthy people can benefit from the preventive power of acupuncture—schedule an appointment today to receive an integrative care plan customized to your needs.

Acupuncture and Covid 19

Long Covid will impact 10% of the Covid population, will you be one?

Acupuncture for Pain

Pain is a signal that something is wrong.

Instead of hiding symptoms with painkillers or numbing injections, our practitioners can help target the root cause of pain using traditional methods.

Acupuncture has been increasingly used as an integrative or complementary therapy for pain. The practice can help relieve back pain, neck pain, fibromyalgia, migraines, and more by stimulating the release of endorphins and other chemicals that activate the body’s internal regulation system.

Acupuncture is well-tolerated with little risk of serious adverse effects. In an update to a patient data meta-analysis published in the May 2018 edition of The Journal of Pain, researchers with The Acupuncture Trialists’ Collaboration concluded that acupuncture is effective for the treatment of chronic pain, the effects of acupuncture persist over time, and the benefits of acupuncture cannot be explained solely by the placebo effect.

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Come experience safe, fast, effective, less expensive natural relief from:

Pain

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Blood Pressure

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Insomnia

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Long Covid

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Indigestion

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Blood Sugar

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Reflux

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Allergies

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Millennium III Acupuncture
180 N Michigan Ave
Suite 1919
Chicago, Illinois 60601
(224) 955-8503
*By appointment only

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Acupuncture in a Nutshell

Examining the Synergy of Acupuncture and Meditation

If you suffer from stress and anxiety (and really, who doesn’t?) and you are looking for better and holistic ways to cope, you might want to consider the combination of meditation and acupuncture. While there is a big difference between the two, what they bring together is a formidable duo in pursuit of complete wellbeing. 

Benefits of Working with Allied Practitioners

How your acupuncturist can build bridges among your health care team.

Let’s see if we can set the scene of something remarkable, something that could become the future of healthcare. Picture yourself walking into a doctor’s office or health clinic looking for relief from your debilitating chronic pain. The nurse calls your name and leads you into a serene

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Veterans Can Find Relief and Recovery with Acupuncture

You would be hard pressed to find a warrior who didn’t come home wounded; either physically, emotionally, or more likely, both. Those who serve our country often return carrying the weight of their experiences, unable to find solace due to their deep emotional scars. 

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