One or Two 90-Minute Acupuncture Treatments at Pflugerville Acupuncture (Up to 56% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Hair-thin needles inserted into the skin aim to relieve chronic pain, stress, insomnia, migraines, and depression

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Expires Feb 20th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must be 12 or older. Not valid with insurance. Services must be used by one person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Acupuncture needles are different than sewing needles, in that they are much tinier and can't be used to attach patches of fake fur to a T-shirt. Feel the difference with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $29 for one 90-minute acupuncture treatment (a $65 value)
  • $55 for two 90-minute acupuncture treatments (a $125 value)

After a chat with the licensed acupuncturist to determine how best to approach the treatment, Dale Tope or Amy Woods helps to redirect chi with a series of sterilized hair-thin needles inserted at strategic focal points.

Pflugerville Acupuncture

Migraines. Insomnia. Stress. Lower back pain. Traditional Chinese medicinal practitioners such as Dale Tope and Amy Woods believe all of these problems and more can be quelled by skilled acupuncturists. At Pflugerville Acupuncture, the licensed duo thoroughly evaluates each client before designing an acupuncture plan that targets a series of specific points on the body.

Tope, a licensed nurse and former chief ward master for the Army, focuses in men’s health and patients suffering from PTSD, and his focuses are balanced by Woods, who focuses on women’s health. Together, they not only helm acupuncture services but also prescribe at-home remedies from their apothecary, which stocks Chinese herbs, pain patches, and supplements that ease stress by growing into live-in butlers when submerged in water overnight.

Pflugerville Acupuncture

Migraines. Insomnia. Stress. Lower back pain. Traditional Chinese medicinal practitioners such as Dale Tope and Amy Woods believe all of these problems and more can be quelled by skilled acupuncturists. At Pflugerville Acupuncture, the licensed duo thoroughly evaluates each client before designing an acupuncture plan that targets a series of specific points on the body.

Tope, a registered nurse and former chief ward master for the Army, specializes in men’s health and patients suffering from PTSD, and his specialties are balanced by Woods, who focuses on women’s health. Together, they not only helm acupuncture services but also prescribe at-home remedies from their apothecary, which stocks Chinese herbs, pain patches, and supplements that ease stress by growing into live-in butlers when submerged in water overnight.

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