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Integrated Physical Medicine

211 East Irving Park Road, Roselle

Three or Six Acupuncture Treatments at Integrated Physical Medicine (Up to 50% Off)

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Highlights

Professional acupuncturists aim to treat pain, allergies, stress, and other maladies with a natural, ancient technique

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SonyaTOP REVIEWER
9 ratings7 reviews
4 days ago
Everyone in the office is very courteous and professional. I purchased these groupons for acupuncture for myself and my husband and was informed that they offer the same price from their office, so that is nice to know. Dr. Eric is very to the point and makes sure your concerns are addressed and he is good at inserting the needles without any pain. I came in with a lot of sciatic pain and it is almost totally gone. I highly recommend this office for skilled acupuncture at a great price. They are also following good protocol for safety during covid.
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Jackie
24 ratings2 reviews
October 19, 2020
They took me same day I called and I immediately felt better after my session!
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DagmaraTOP REVIEWER
10 ratings6 reviews
September 26, 2020
Love this place, very good service, and welcoming atmosphere. I will continue my therapy there.
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Julie
8 ratings3 reviews
January 10, 2020
First time getting acupuncture, very cool sensation
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Zofia
1 ratings1 reviews
October 16, 2018
Very friendly staff
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Von
5 ratings4 reviews
February 11, 2021
Staff is very friendly and kno
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Bindu
8 ratings3 reviews
January 23, 2021
Cupping sessions were great. Great follow up
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ANUP
10 ratings4 reviews
December 15, 2020
Excellent service. Alli is awesome!!!
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About This Deal

Choice of:

  • Six Acupuncture Treatments with Initial Assessment
  • Three Acupuncture Treatments with Initial Assessment

Acupuncture and Acupressure: Hitting the Spots

Acupuncture and its sister treatment, acupressure, have endured for centuries. Peruse our exploration of acupoint therapy to pinpoint the facts on these ancient techniques.

Despite their different names, acupuncture and acupressure rely on the same principle: the stimulation of the body to trigger natural processes. During typical treatments, licensed acupuncturists target specific bodily points by applying pressure with their hands or a dull implement (in acupressure) or inserting fine needles (for acupuncture). These points correspond to meridians, which, according to the practice’s underlying philosophy, are channels that transport life-giving energy throughout the body. By stimulating the meridians, the acupuncturist releases any blockers to this energy flow and restores the body to health.

Compared to the constantly evolving field of modern medicine, acupuncture has remained essentially unchanged for millennia. Evidence suggests that the treatment existed as far back as 5,000 years ago—the preserved mummy Ötzi the Iceman, for example, bears tattoos that correspond to classical acupuncture points. While contemporary scientific understanding has cast a new light on the body’s inner workings, acupuncture remains a popular procedure with mainstream credibility: a 2002 World Health Organization report found that acupuncture can be an effective treatment for conditions ranging from gout to certain respiratory disorders and acknowledged that “its effective rate in the treatment of chronic pain is comparable with that of morphine.”

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