Yes, but calling it acupuncture can be unsettling for them. That’s why we call it Shonihari (Japanese for small child acupuncture) which employs “touching needle technique” and other non-insertive methods to sensitively treat children. Handcrafted gold and silver tools are used to stimulate the treatment points and channels. A child’s metabolism is highly volatile at baseline so they respond quickly to the influence of “acupuncture. ” I’ve worked with many children, some as young as 6 weeks and they love it!