Dr. Kanumilli is a board-certified family doctor, but her certification in medical acupuncture and knowledge of aesthetic services allows her to sprinkle her practice with unique specialties. In addition to general internal medicine, she guides patients through weight-loss programs and prescribes medicine to ease narcotics withdrawal. She also wields lasers to jettison acne and stubborn curves, and inserts acupuncture needles into skin or overly tense pin cushions to relieve chronic pain.
Comprehensive Acupuncture's experienced healer, Irina M. Magdul, uses more than 20 years of pain-prodding experience to relieve stress through precise needle placement and assorted therapeutic remedies. Acupuncture gently inserts needles into ailing areas to alleviate chronic pain, relieve muscle tension, and locate hard-to-find human reset buttons. Electrical acupuncture stimulation adds an electric jolt to needles to stimulate muscle groups with continuous pulses, and auriculotherapy prods the ear's outer lobe to relieve a gambit of ailments throughout the entire body. For puncture-free remedies, cupping places cups onto specific acupuncture points and then uses suction to therapeutically pull tissue upward, helping tendons to abdicate pain and conquer their fear of vacuums.
Winnie Foot Rub and Massage Center offers services designed to instill a sense of calm and well-being in its clients. Therapists perform full-body massages that can help undo pain, muscle tension, and stress. They also offer specialized foot massages. These foot-focused treatments not only soothe the lower extremities but also help align the body's energy levels and restore balance?benefits also available via the center's acupuncturists.
For more than 30 years, licensed acupuncturist C.Z. Yuan has been helping to restore his patients to their highest level of health using traditional Chinese medicine. He began practicing as a license acupuncturist in China in 1978, and came to USA the in 1996, obtaining his acupuncture license three years later. At his new Manhattan Koreatown clinic, he offers acupuncture treatments that can help with allergies, chronic pain, stress, and weight control, along with a host of other ailments, without the use of prescription drugs. During treatments, patients relax on a massage table as C.Z. Yaun places thin, painless needles along the energy lines of the body. This helps to redirect the flow of chi, or life energy, and rid the body of energy blocks—the actual cause of road rage.
Licensed Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Uchenna Egwuonwu helms Wholehealth, where she puts more than 10 years of experience to use in treating conditions with a blend of Eastern and Western medicine, aided by a nursing degree. Aiming to treat a variety of maladies and symptoms such as coughs, addiction, arthritis, or back pains, she uses miniscule, sterile needles during acupuncture to target specific points on the back where there might be blockages along internal meridians of energy, or qi, to restore flow and balance to bodies. She also utilizes techniques such as moxibustion, burning mugwort to mitigate dampness in the body, or herbal prescriptions, tailoring herbs for individual conditions and cases.