earMany people have heard of acupuncture to quit smoking, but it also works great for other forms of addictions as well.  Essentially with addiction, you have a withdrawal response that occurs.  This response triggers the sympathetic nervous system to go into overdrive, which leads to nervousness, shaking, and a general state of unease.

I perform the NADA protocol and other body points for treating addictions.  This involves using points in the ear that stimulate detox pathways and calm the nerves.  In many cases, the acupuncture treatments have given my clients the edge they need to get through this difficult period. 

For Smoking cessation it is typical to need 3-6 visits spaced a few days apart to get over the hump.

About Coleman McMurphy

certificateColeman McMurphy, owner of the Morningside Clinic, is licensed by the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners as an acupuncturist and has obtained the highest certification possible, Master of Oriental Medicine. He received his masters from the Academy of Oriental Medicine in Austin. Read More

Two forms of acupuncture

needlesWe practice classical forms of acupuncture at the clinic. The two systems of acupuncture that I draw from are Traditional Japanese Acupuncture and Master Tung’s Acupuncture. They are both powerful systems of healing that can achieve remarkable results in only a few treatments. Read More

Morningside is easy to find on the M-Streets

morningside-building DIRECTIONS:
Call for directions. 214-828-4558


Contact information


We are located in the M Streets area of Lower Greenville in Dallas.

Wednesday: 10:00-7:00
Thursday: 8:00-8:00
Friday: 8:00-6:30

We serve patients from across Dallas, including Highland Park, University Park, McKinney, Frisco, The Colony, Lewisville, Flower Mound, Grapevine, Coppell, Carrollton, Irving, Grand Prairie, Arlington, Plano, Allen, Richardson, Wylie, Lucas, Murphy, Garland, Mesquite, Rowlett, Rockwall and more.