Acupuncture: Making a difference from pregnancy to postpartum

Acupuncture is a safe and effective way to help women achieve optimum health throughout the reproductive spectrum.
Acupuncture and Chinese herbs are part of a comprehensive system of healing which originated in China over 2,500 yrs ago. It is the second oldest continuously practiced medical system in the world. Pain or illness arises when our vital life force does not circulate freely. Acupuncture helps restore health and balance without the use of drugs or surgery.

How can acupuncture help?

Helps to maintain a healthy pregnancy
Helps to prepare for labor
Enhances fertility to those women looking to become pregnant
Improves energy and facilitates emotional and physical healing during the postpartum period

Acupuncture and Gynecological Disorders

Gynecological disorders such as endometriosis, premenstrual syndrome, infertility and recurrent miscarriages are often successfully treated using acupuncture. It is wonderful for helping pregnant women through their 40 weeks with symptoms such as back pain, nausea, headaches, insomnia, anxiety, and labor preparation.
Acupuncture uses sterile, very fine needles inserted into points along channels to stimulate the flow of Qi, our vital life force. This sends impulses to the brain to improve the functioning of our physical and emotional health. Such improvements help bring the person back to a state of balance and well being. Sometimes, Chinese herbal medicine may be prescribed so a person can give herself a "treatment" every day and hold the benefits of the acupuncture session.  Chinese medicine is the second oldest system of medicine in the world and has been practiced for approximately 2,500 years. It is safe and effective, and people love how good they feel!


Beth Ann Corr, M.Ac., L.OM is board certified in both acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine (NCCAOM) and a certified detoxification specialist (NADA).  She has been in the alternative health care field since 1994, having practiced shiatsu and deep tissue therapeutic massage prior to entering the Masters in Acupuncture program at the Traditional Acupuncture Institute in 1999.

Beth Ann combines her training in Five Element acupuncture and Traditional Chinese herbal medicine with lifestyle coaching and bodywork. She treats a wide array of disorders, including anxiety and depression; infertility and menopausal symptoms; GI problems; arthritis, sports injuries and pain.  Helping a women experience ease during pregnancy and delivery is of particular interest, having had first hand experience of the benefits of acupuncture during her pregnancies with her two boys.

Beth Ann is licensed by the PA State Board of Medicine and is a member of the Association of Professional Acupuncturists in PA.  She is a two time guest speaker for RESOLVE and an adjunct faculty member at the Won Institute of Graduate Studies.

Location: 1020 East Willow Grove Ave, Wyndmoor, PA 19038

Phone: 215-242-9777