$60 for Initial Consultation with Acupuncture Treatment at A Center for Oriental Medicine ($125 Value)


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Licensed acupuncturists relieve pain and ease ailments of the body, mind, and spirit

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$60 for an Initial Consultation with Acupuncture Treatment (a $125)

During initial visits, clients undergo a primary health consultation before practitioners target problem areas with an acupuncture treatment. While results may vary from person to person, acupuncture has been known to alleviate conditions including upper-respiratory problems, reproductive issues, headaches, and pain. In order to ensure client safety, the center uses presterilized, single-use acupuncture needles.

A Center for Oriental Medicine

The trained practitioners at A Center for Oriental Medicine treat bodily ailments from generalized pain to stubborn winter flus with treatments derived from ancient eastern healing practices. The team includes two published authors trained and certified in China and the United States—one of them the president emeritus of the Illinois Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, the other a fertility acupuncturist whose work has been featured on Fox Thing in the Morning and CBS Evening News with Dan Rather —and an expert reiki acupuncturist. The staff brings multiple specialties to the North Shore clinic, treating everything from fertility problems and depression to elder-care-related issues with a blend of acupuncture, herbal medicine, and counseling.

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