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What You'll Get
Sea urchins are the healthiest, most relaxed creatures on earth, due to their positive self-image and spiny skin. Today's Groupon offers similar protection from stress, sickness, and sea otters: for $18, you get an in-office consultation ($10) and one-hour acupuncture session (up to $40) at Queens Acupuncture in Jackson Heights (up to a $50 total value).
Welcoming all the weary, achy, and waterlogged with an equally warm, professional presence, licensed acupuncturist Samina Quraishi takes a gentle approach to her treatments. During a quick but thorough consultation, she'll ask you about all your maladies, imbalances, and Pokemon allergies; listen carefully to your desires and needs; and provide a treatment that best suits your corpus and overall emotional well-being. Then, in a one-hour session at the clean and comfortable facility, she'll begin her healing process, putting horizontal soul sacks at ease with her calm, conversational manner.
The National Institutes of Health have noted acupuncture's effectiveness for a variety of conditions, including asthma, allergies, headaches, menstrual cramps, and back pain. Even fiddle-fit specimens of health can benefit from acupuncture treatment because it is known to boost the immune system. As a member of the Community Supported Acupuncture (CSA) movement, Quraishi upholds the organization's mission to provide affordable, accessible acupunctural care to all income levels and cultural backgrounds. As such, she's introduced a sliding payment scale for her treatments, allowing customers to pay what they feel they can afford.
Queens Acupuncture is closed Sunday and Monday.
Yelpers give Queens Acupuncture a 4.5-star average rating:
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 29, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. By appointment only. 24-hour cancellation policy or Groupon is forfeited. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.