Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine is a collection of healthcare practices thousands of years old, including the insertion of tiny needles into specific points in the body as well as therapies such as cupping, moxibustion, herbal medicine, and massage. Acupuncture can help increase your overall sense of well-being and help your body cope with the effects of stress. It can also help you sleep better, improve your energy levels, balance your emotions, and lessen pain.
We offer acupuncture in both private and community settings.
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Community acupuncture allows several people to be treated in the same room at once, while reclining in comfortable chairs. This enables us to reduce the cost of treatment, which in turn helps acupuncture be more affordable and may help you get the number and frequency of treatments that you may need to get better. This ... read more
A treatment begins with an interview in which the practitioner will ask details about what you are looking to treat as well as other aspects of your health history. They will want to know things like how you sleep, what your stress level is like, what kinds of foods you eat, and how your energy ... read more
Carol Anne Fitzgerald graduated from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York City with a Master’s in Oriental Medicine, specializing in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. She practices Traditional Chinese Medicine, which combines Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal medicine to help restore the body to its optimal health. Her studies in medicine began in Fordham ... read more
Emma Whiteoak Lee graduated from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine with a Master’s Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She practices Traditional Chinese Medicine as well as Western Clinical Herbal Medicine. Emma approaches her acupuncture treatments through Shiatsu, a Japanese meridian massage, to further open the meridians and balance the body. She is available ... read more