James Hanlon AP of Shenque Acupuncture Brings Holistic Healing Approaches to West Palm Beach
“A leading provider of Holistic approaches to healing, James Hanlon AP of Shenque Acupuncture brings over 25 years of experience to West Palm Beach, Florida, where he treats patients with the Eastern techniques of acupuncture and herbal medicine. Treating physical pain, internal organ disharmonies, mental and emotional disharmonies, and more...”
West Palm Beach, FL - James Hanlon, MS, OM, AP C.AD, brings over 25 years of experience cultivating Eastern healing modalities for health optimization, mind - body harmonization, disease prevention, and lifestyle changes to patients in the West Palm Beach, Florida area.
About Shenque Acupuncture
Shenque Acupuncture’s services have restored and optimized health to patients across Palm Beach County.
Acupuncture, or the insertion of stainless-steel needles into the body, stimulates the body’s inherent healing capacity as a form of organic medicine that takes advantage of specific pathways, or channels, identified over thousands of years of intuitive medicine and clinical trials. Its treatment has helped patients of all backgrounds and walks of life at Shenque Acupuncture.
We have an extensive herbal pharmacy on site and an array of formulated and custom prescriptions for
individual patients so they can readily target their symptoms and core issues. The herbs are concentrated extracts from nature, mostly plants, roots, and barks, that through clinical observations have been proven to stimulate and aid the body in healing.
Shenque Acupuncture is an integrative holistic approach to health and well-being, cultivating our inherent healing capacities.
The most common question James Hanlon AP gets is how does acupuncture work? "the way Acupuncture works is there are 365 main acupuncture points located on 12 main channels of energy that either flow away from the trunk of the body out onto the four limbs and head, or up into the trunk from the four limbs. The structure of the channel system is quite symmetrical: three channels on the outside of the arms and legs, three channels on the inside of the arms and legs - that makes 12 channels. Each channel also “homes” to an internal organ, which is why we see things like “the Liver Channel” or “the Heart Channel.” Points are needled to acquire a “qi” sensation along the specific channel chosen in the treatment strategy, either to treat a local pain or address a deeper dynamic that is effecting the function or the structure of an internal organ, or both."