One or Three Acupuncture Sessions at Bergen County Acupuncture (Up to 70% Off)

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Certified acupuncturist soothes clients' stresses and helps them increase their energy by stimulating nerve points with thin needles

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Expires Feb 27th, 2013. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation notice required. Must be 18 or older. New patients only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Acupuncture is said to unblock the body's energy pathways, similar to the way a busy sidewalk is easily cleared by poking pedestrians with a javelin. Remove troublesome obstacles with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $35 for one 90-minute initial acupuncture session (a $90 value)
  • $69 for one 90-minute initial acupuncture session and two 45- to 60-minute follow-up sessions (a $230 value)

During the initial session, certified acupuncturist Rachel Lopez will interview clients about their complaints and other health issues before moving on to an acupuncture treatment.

Bergen County Acupuncture

In 2001, Rachel Lopez experienced a life-changing moment. For more than a year, she dealt with severe pain caused by shoulder surgeries, and though she worked through hours of physical therapy, it never dulled. She turned to acupuncture in the hopes that it would help ease her pain, if only a little. "The following day I woke up very energetic," says Rachel on her website. "I had found the relief that I had been looking for." She was so inspired by her treatment that she earned her acupuncturist certification and opened her own clinic, Bergen County Acupuncture, in 2005. There, to this day, she wields thin, sterile needles to ease bodily pain, reduce mental stresses, and soothe headaches by popping overly constrictive balloon hats.

Bergen County Acupuncture

In 2001, Rachel Lopez experienced a life-changing moment. For more than a year, she dealt with severe pain caused by shoulder surgeries, and though she worked through hours of physical therapy, it never dulled. She turned to acupuncture in the hopes that it would help ease her pain, if only a little. "The following day I woke up very energetic," says Rachel on her website. "I had found the relief that I had been looking for." She was so inspired by her treatment that she earned her acupuncturist certification and opened her own clinic, Bergen County Acupuncture, in 2008. There, to this day, she wields thin, sterile needles to ease bodily pain, reduce mental stresses, and soothe headaches by popping overly constrictive balloon hats.

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