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Subsequent Traditional Acupuncture Treatment (60 min)

Michael’s traditional prone (face down) and supine (face up) treatment that incorporates acupuncture and body work that includes a combination of massage, gua sha (skin scraping), stretching, and/or cupping.

$75 · 1 hour

Subsequent Distal Acupuncture With RAPID NFR Treatment (60 min)

A therapeutic type of acupuncture that involves needling far from the affected area (eg. needling the feet to treat the head). It can be used to treat internal and/or external conditions. Prior to or after the acupuncture portion, Rapid Neurofascial Reset is done to increase the therapeutic effect of the acupuncture. Rapid massage is a lotion-free, fully clothed type of massage where the patient is both passively and actively engaged in the treatment. During Rapid, the patient is put in various positions such as seated, face down, face up, or sidelyling to work the affected area(s) at multiple angles. This is a very unique and effective treatment combination.

$75 · 1 hour

Michael Goshko

Michael began his journey in the health field after a serious car accident in 2003 which put his university studies in biochemistry and microbiology on hold. After two years’ experience of both eastern and western medicine, Michael found that the most therapeutic benefit he received was from acupuncture, massage and yoga. In 2006, he decided to pursue learning these three holistic healing paths. Michael’s love of learning and commitment to personal growth, combined with his experience of western and eastern medicine, strongly influences his practice of acupuncture. He embraces the Chinese concepts of balance and harmony. His goal for his clients is to help them find their own mind-body-soul balance. Michael is married to Lisa and Sherwood Park is home for their family. He is a member of the College and Association of Acupuncturists of Alberta (CAAA), The Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC), and the World Tung Acupuncture Association (WTAA).