Sharon Pruss, L.Ac., Dipl. Ac., MS

Acupuncture in Torrance & Long Beach

Welcome!  In my fifteen years of practice, I have helped many people heal from chronic disease, assisted couples with natural fertility options as well as IVF support, helped many to live free of pain, and treated everything from digestive complaints, burning mouth syndrome, overactive bladder, pregnancy issues, eczema, psoriasis, anxiety, thyroid disease, chronic eye disease, neurological and autoimmune issues.  I would have to say that patients with the most complex issues find me, and in most cases, I am able to help.

So what makes me unique?  In addition to needles and herbs, I also integrate Functional Medicine and nutrition in my practice.  Many Acupuncturists do not do this, at least the Functional Medicine part, which includes diagnostic lab testing, analyzing bloodwork, and recommending nutrients found in both food and supplements to treat the actual cause of your complaint.  We may look at adrenal/cortisol levels in the case of insomnia, or perform a food sensitivity test for those with inflammation, or choose a gut/stool test for digestive complaints.  I have found that this approach, combined with acupuncture, provides the best of both worlds for my patients.

If you are ready to take charge of your health, I urge you to read through my testimonials and other content, and schedule an appointment!  I provide an initial 10-minute, complimentary phone consult if you have specific questions.

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Burning mouth syndrome (BMS) or glossodynia, is described as a sudden facial and oral pain characterized as burning, scalding, tingling, or numbness. Often pain increases throughout the day, and can last for months or even years. It is a complex condition with many possible root causes, which often means that diagnosis remains challenging. Therapeutics are equally difficult.  Symptom relief and

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