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Nationally board certified in acupuncture and Chinese herbology, Sarah Stowers amassed her expertise in holistic medicine from her studies in both America and China. Using traditional acupuncture treatments, she targets a range of symptoms, from headaches and insomnia to sports injuries. Sarah's training in muscular and skeletal pain, women's health issues, and allergies helps her tailor her treatments to each client's condition before the acupuncture session begins. Arranging groups of hair-thin, disposable needles along corporal pathways, she stimulates nerve responses to restore the body's natural flow of energy. For after-work treatments, Charleston Acupuncture accommodates guests and method actors recently cast as porcupines with extended hours, along with same-day appointments based on availability.

149 E Bay St.
Charleston,
SC
US

Doctor of Chiropractic Stephen Khouri, the exclusive chiropractor of College of Charleston athletics, was born prematurely without fully developed lungs. As a result, he suffered from severe asthma and other respiratory problems throughout his early childhood, at least until he was referred to a chiropractor. After undergoing chiropractic care, he noticed that his asthma attacks were significantly less severe, and so, at the age of 6, he decided he would grow up to be a chiropractor and not the dinosaur most little boys dream of being.

Now, at Khouri Chiropractic Health Massage, Dr. Khouri and his nimble-fingered team assuage patients' aches with holistic, integrated medicine. He and his staff prioritize chiropractic and massage among their many treatments, utilizing adjustments and muscle-manipulation to ease aches and help bodies heal themselves. An acupuncturist is on hand to insert hair-thin needles into specific body parts and stimulate the body's chi, and nutrition and exercise advice help fortify the body. Now, at Khouri Chiropractic Health Solutions, Dr. Khouri and his nimble-fingered team assuage patients' aches with holistic, integrated medicine. He and his staff prioritize chiropractic and massage among their many treatments, utilizing adjustments and muscle-manipulation to ease aches and help bodies heal themselves. An acupuncturist is on hand to insert hair-thin needles into specific body parts and stimulate the body's chi, and nutrition and exercise advice help fortify the body.

149 E Bay St
Charleston,
SC
US