They say a river must be left to flow south. Spectacularly demolish the body-dams that are blocking your energy flow with today's Groupon. For $29, you get a one-hour traditional acupuncture session at Nicholas C. Steadman, L.Ac., Acupuncture, a $100 value.
Nicholas Steadman, a licensed acupuncturist and board-certified practitioner of Chinese herbal medicine, stands with ultra-fine needles at the ready. He can use his knowledge to allay a range of ailments or simply to restore the flow of qi that your body needs in order to successfully juggle computer monitors.
Acupuncture enthusiasts who are also awestruck by the futuristic power of lasers are encouraged to try an hour-long session of cold laser acupuncture. This technique uses lasers in lieu of needles, stimulating your qi with the perfect marriage of ancient healing philosophies and mind-blowing technology. Whether you choose the traditional or modern route, you'll be treated to a consultation in addition to your acupuncture.
Grab your Groupon and schedule an appointment at your convenience. Leave your daily aches and anxieties behind and treat yourself to the physical and mental jumpstart needed to compete in regional-level pinewood derbies.
- I highly recommend Nicholas Steadman to anyone looking to use acupuncture to heal their ailments. Nicholas is a professional person concerned with helping people. He is compassionate, extremely knowledgeable, and helpful. – Adrienne, Google Maps
- Before treatment, I was in very intense pain and unable to lift my left arm from the shoulder...I was able to function later in the day of my appointment, which was unforeseeable on the same morning. Three days later and I'm back to normal! – Owen, Google Maps
- His clinic is professional, clean, and simply promotes wellbeing. I always look forward to my appointments as he spends quality time with you, truly listens to you and is interested in you in order to gain the full picture of how to treat you. – mercny09, Citysearch
Nicholas C. Steadman L.Ac.
Licensed acupuncturist and herbologist Nicholas C. Steadman uses the tools of traditional Chinese medicine to combat stress. With sterile, superfine one-use needles applied at key points across the body, he aims to relax muscles and ease anxiety, headaches, and insomnia. Though the precise mechanism behind acupuncture's effects is not yet known, doctors have begun drawing on new technologies to apply the same basic principles—notably, by replacing needles with lasers. Considered especially effective in correcting painful muscle spasms, cold-laser acupuncture does away with even the mild tingling sensation of traditional needles while reaching myofascial trigger points beneath the skin via beams of carefully calibrated light energy. Steadman combines the traditional and the high-tech within a secluded, zen-inspired suite a block from the vast qi reservoirs of Central Park.
57 W 57th St #1003
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