Edna Brandt and Clayton Spivey
Samantha Kadrmas, Edna Brandt and Clayton Spivey

Practiced for over 3000 years in China, acupuncture is now clearly recognized and well-documented in western medical journals and in medical institutions across the United States as beneficial for many types of physical and psychological concerns.

Acupuncture has been documented as an effective treatment for numerous health problems, including:

Addictions, allergies, anxiety, arthritis, asthma, back pain, chronic fatigue, chronic/acute pain, compromised immunity, depression, digestive problems, fertility, fibromyalgia, headaches, hot flashes, insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome, menopause, menstrual problems, migraines, musculoskeletal pain, nausea, neck pain, stress, stroke rehabilitation.

Because of its relatively low cost and its noninvasive nature, acupuncture has become a highly popular form of integrative health care. In this gentle form of medicine, each treatment is designed to address the unique symptoms experienced by each individual which relate to the root cause of the illness or imbalance.

At AcupunctureWorks, our practice is characterized by excellence and experience. We are one of the longest-standing practices of acupuncture in the Baltimore-Washington corridor. Our practitioners have served as senior faculty members at the oldest accredited acupuncture school in the nation. Both of our practitioners have also won the “Great Esteem Award” as honored teachers at the Tai Sophia Institute acupuncture school (now Maryland University of Integrative Health). 

If you are simply looking for information, then please help yourself to our educational offerings and links. 

If you wish to know anything that isn’t contained on these pages, please give us a call and speak to Edna or Clayton. We would be happy to speak with you.  

Top five reasons to receive treatment at AcupunctureWorks:

  1. Experience: Our two practitioners each have over 25 years of practice in acupuncture. We are both senior faculty members at the oldest accredited acupuncture school in the U.S.
  2. We give each patient undivided attention during an appointment.
  3. Passion: We love what we do and it shows.
  4. We like solving problems. Bring us the things that western medicine hasn’t addressed to your satisfaction. Results are important to us.
  5. We said goodbye to our beloved therapy dog Moxa in 2014. Tuck, our sweet new dog, is a small 9-year-old non-allergenic terrier mix who has taken to office protocols like a champ. 

Contact Us Today

Contact Clayton directly: 410.799.5883

Contact Edna directly: 301.953.3413

Contact Samantha directly: 410.375.3829

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