Arkansas Acupuncture Center
Arkansas Acupuncture Center's files are filled with success stories of people who found help and hope for visual impairment. Thousands of people have traveled to Arkansas from all over the United States and abroad to receive a specialized form of acupuncture that can enhance vision in patients suffering from retinal and optic nerve disorders. Since 2003 Lizbeth Ryan has been practicing this exciting new acupuncture treatment for patients from all age groups, and all walks of life. In most cases, patients experience restored vision, or at least were able to maintain a certain level of vision. The treatment can be an effective treatment for Macular Degeneration, Retinitis Pigmentosa, Stargardt’s disease, Glaucoma, and many other diseases affecting the retina and optic nerve. The technique used for treating eye disorders is unlike any traditional system. No needles are placed in or around the eyes.
Please call the Arkansas Acupuncture Center to discuss your particular condition with the chief acupuncturist, Lizbeth Ryan at 800-422-4933.
Lizbeth Ryan, chief acupuncturist and owner of Arkansas Acupuncture Center obtained a Master's Degree in Oriental Medicine from the International Institute of Chinese Medicine where she studied Traditional Chinese Medicine. She continues to treat patients for many internal medicine conditions and pain syndromes, utilizing additional modalities such as myofacial trigger point release and massage for those with pain syndromes. For internal medicine disorders, she encourages the use of herbal prescriptions when appropriate.
The treatment center is located in beautiful Bentonville, Arkansas. Patients can relax at the treatment center or enjoy many restaurants and great shopping at nearby Pinnacle Hills, as well as the new Crystal Bridges Museum in downtown Bentonville.
For patients coming from outside the immediate area, the Arkansas Acupuncture Center is pleased to be able to offer a discounted rate at the Staybridge Suites located two blocks from the treatment center. The Staybridge staff are courteous, understanding the needs of patients with vision disorders. They provide shuttle service for our patients to and from the treatment center and hotel and the hotel provides a full breakfast every day and dinner three nights during the week, which is a benefit for those who do not have transportation to visit nearby restaurants. Rooms are equipped with a full kitchen and sitting room.