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About Cynthia Splies

Dr. Cynthia (Cindy) Splies practices in Ventura with her husband, Dr. Noah Splies, DC who is a chiropractor. Dr. Splies has 2 years of specialty training in integrative reproductive medicine & womens health, having trained with western reproductive endocrinologists and leaders in the field of acupuncture and fertility. We welcome infertility patients that are working with Reproductive Endocrinologists and want to integrate acupuncture with IUI/IVF as well as those who want to try to get pregnant primarliy with methods of natural medicine.

Languages Spoken English

School Yo San University, Santa Barbara College of OM

Degree DAOM, MAcOM

Treatment Techniques

Acupressure Acupuncture Cupping Gua Sha Herbology Moxibustion NADA (National Acupuncture Detoxification Association) Western herbs

Areas of Expertise

Addiction Allergies Asthma Colds and Flu's Family Practice Fibromyalgia Gastrointestinal Disorders Headaches/Migraines IVF Supplemental Acupuncture Infertility Internal Medicine Menstrual Disorders Musculoskeletal Disorders Obstetrics & Gynecology Orthopedics Pain Management Stress/Anxiety Women's Health

Styles of Acupuncture

Auricular Acupuncture Japanese Style Acupuncture Traditional Chinese Acupuncture

Associations

Additional Memberships

  • American Herbalists Guild
  • American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine

The acupuncture office of Cynthia Splies in Ventura, CA is within driving distance from the following cities:

Thousand Oaks Westlake Village San Buenaventura Oxnard Point Mugu NAWC Port Hueneme Camarillo Casitas Springs Santa Paula Somis Oak View Ojai

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Q: I always crave sweets and chocolate while my husband will always choose salty foods like potato chips over candy. Why do we crave certain flavors and what does it mean from a Chinese medicine point-of-view?

A: Acufinder Poll Results, Spring 2006What flavor do you crave, most often?Sweet (941 votes) - 60.59%Salty (405 votes) - 26.08%Sour (56 votes) ... Read More