One or Three Acupuncture Treatments at Gen Acupuncture in Mountain View (Up to 78% Off)

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Licensed acupuncturists assess each patient's health and draw upon several modalities of oriental medicine to customize treatment plan

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Acupuncture uses tiny needles to redirect the body's energy, which is a better use for needles than sewing yourself into a sleeping bag forever. Feel better with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $39 for a 90-minute initial acupuncture treatment, including cupping therapy (a $165 value)
  • $79 for an initial acupuncture treatment with cupping, plus two 45-minute follow-up treatments (an $85 value each; a $365 total value)

During initial appointments, Drs. Jungho Jang and Olivia Jung meet with clients to discuss their health concerns before tailoring a course of treatment. In 45-minute acupuncture treatments, the doctors insert thin needles into specific points along the body in order to balance energy, or Qi, and assuage the symptoms of various pain and illnesses. In addition to an acupuncture treatment, patients also experience cupping therapy, which uses the suction created by small jars placed over the skin to release toxins, restore energy flow, and stimulate the circulatory and lymphatic systems.

Gen Acupuncture

When Dr. Jungho Jang says, "people today are too rushed," and subsequent "stress symptoms are inevitable," he's speaking from experience. Dr. Jang has spent time in some of the most hectic places in the world—studying oriental medicine in Beijing, serving as a UN Peacekeeper in Lebanon, and living in Los Angeles. To relieve the negative physical and mental effects caused by a fast-paced lifestyle, Dr. Jang and Dr. Jung take a patient-by-patient approach to health, believing every client is unique and therefore requires a unique course of treatment. Drawing upon four types of acupuncture, herbal medicine, nutritional guidance, and other natural therapies, the doctors tailor their care to treat the gen—or root—of each patient's maladies.

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