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So much of what we do, whether at work or at play, requires a balance between the mind as well as the body, the mental-emotional as well as the physical.

Serving Anne Arundel County and Southern Baltimore

acupuncture needles with chinese coinAcupuncture basically does two things. First, it helps your body heal itself so you can get back to functioning like nature intended. Second, you become more aware of what’s going on around you and inside you, physically and emotionally. Over time you become less reactive and get back to being your authentic self, making choices that are more in harmony with what’s best for you.

Physically, imbalances show up in your posture. Muscle memory, what allows you to know how hard to press the brake pedal of your car, play a musical instrument or walk through your home in the dark, can also keep us stuck in a posture that prevents healthy circulation and, over time, leads to symptoms, illness or injury.

On a mental, emotional and spirit level, imbalances can manifest as getting caught in negative thinking patterns or self-limiting beliefs that create a lot of unnecessary suffering, sucking the joy from life. Reconnecting with your inner strengths (your hidden superpowers!) you can experience your unique nature in a beautiful, powerful and authentic way.

This safe, effective and elegant medicine works to restore your health naturally. Acupuncture simply helps your body to heal itself, as well as reconnect you with your natural authentic nature–the real you, the best you.

Acupuncture Treatment

Acupuncture

Cupping Treatment

Cupping

Chinese Herbs

Herbal Medicine

Moxibustion

Moxibustion

young woman undergoing acupuncture treatment at the health spa.

Gentle Electrical Stimulation

Essential Oils

Essential Oils

​”Tyme Gigliotti is an amazing acupuncturist as well as an outstanding human being. I have spent several years benefitting from his care. Both my physical as well as my emotional wellbeing have benefitted greatly. I trust this man completely as he quite literally saved my life. About six years ago he helped guide me through an immensely difficult health crisis. I felt deeply supported & cared for throughout.”

– Paige 

“I was in desperate need fof intervention with a sciatic nerve problem. Tyme was able to schedule me in quickly. I was somewhat skeptical about what relief this would provide. However, within a short time my sciatic nerve was no longer a problem. Tyme was a Godsend to me. I had been having between 6 to 10 episodes of shooting sciatic pain every night, actually jolting me up out of bed. Sleep had become non-existent. Do not hesitate to contact this professional. I’m sure glad that I did!!”

  – Vicki

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SourcePoint Acupuncture
107 E. Maple Rd.
Linthicum, MD 21090
443-398-1083
SourcePoint Acupuncture
Wellsview Cottage
613 Ridgely Ave.
Annapolis, MD 21401
443-398-1083
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