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 from Three Options
- $35 for one acupuncture session (a $100 value)
- $95 for three acupuncture sessions (a $280 value)
- $185 for six acupuncture sessions (a $550 value)
An experienced acupuncturist places ultrathin needles in the skin at specific points to help correct how energy flows through the body. This technique is often used to ease the pain associated with migraines, fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis, tennis elbow, and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Clyne Chiropractic and Wellness
A back and ankle injury changed Doctor of Chiropractic Lisa Clyne’s life—for the better. When the pills and bed rest prescribed by her doctor didn’t seem to improve her condition, she reluctantly gave in to her parents and agreed to see her mother’s chiropractor. After her first visit, she noticed progress, and within four weeks she felt as good as new. This experience inspired her to change her career path and enroll in New York Chiropractic College. In 2006, she opened her private practice and eventually teamed up with a naturopathic doctor, an endermologist, massage therapists, and acupuncturists. Together they aim to provide alternative health-care services that emphasize long-term wellness rather than short-term treatment of illnesses.
Drawing upon more than 20 years of chiropractic experience and more than a decade of acupuncture know-how, Dr. Clyne searches for the underlying causes of pain by performing x-rays and listening to her patients. She uses traditional chiropractic techniques such as Activator methods, which utilizes a spring-loaded tool to provide gentle, high-speed thrusts, and the Thompson technique, which involves manual adjustments and a specialized table to address misaligned vertebrae. Dr. Clyne also specializes in the Graston soft-tissue technique, which targets spinal issues with six stainless-steel instruments that work with the body’s contours instead of challenging them to a jousting match.