What You'll Get
Acupuncture treatments are used to relieve pain, increase energy, and improve wellbeing, unlike normal puncture treatments, which are only used when patients are filled with helium. Let your ailments float away with today's deal: for $50, you get an acupuncture session or a naturopathic medical exam at Whole Family Wellness Center (up to a $165 value).
With its comfortable exam rooms stuffed with trailing plants and other greenery, this Dolph Court clinic can make even natural medicine newbies feel at home. During a 60-minute naturopathic exam ($165) that includes a physical and a nutrition assessment, a primary care physician can teach a patient how to boost his or her body's natural ability to heal itself through small changes in diet, lifestyle, and D&D strategy. On the pointier side of the spectrum, the center's 90-minute acupuncture session ($120)—followed by a soothing 10-minute shiatsu or tuina massage—can un-stop clogged Qi, or energy flow, alleviating pain, stress, and some symptoms of illness. Treatments at the Whole Family Wellness Center focus especially on women's health, including pregnancy, infertility, and hormonal imbalances, though all genders and automatons are welcome.
While there aren't many online reviews for Whole Family Wellness Center, they provide testimonials on their website:
- I benefited more than I thought possible. I have little to no pain for the condition I came in to treat. I have a lot more energy and feel better overall. I am better equipped to handle my everyday stress. – Anonymous
- I have experienced a significant increase in energy and well-being and I feel that my health is being restored. I've had a wonderful experience with Whole Family Wellness and I would highly recommend them! – H.W.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 16, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. By appointment only. 24-hour cancellation notice. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Whole Family Wellness Center
Dr. Igor Schwartzman, who has studied and researched holistic medicine at Boston University and the Harvard School of Public Health, works to uphold the six principles of naturopathy at Whole Family Wellness Center. The pillars include embracing the healing power of nature, seeking out the root cause of each ailment, and teaching patients how to prevent future illness. Though Dr. Schwartzman treats patients of all ages, his specialty lies in women's health, hormone imbalances, and infertility.
The clinic's two licensed acupuncturists, Kendra Ward and Amy Chitwood, have traveled around the globe cultivating a passion for alternative medicine. Their treatments help patients to overcome a variety of ailments and reduce stress after chaperoning bovine field trips to china shops. In the clinic's private rooms, soothed sighs drift amid eastern paper screens, statuettes, and rustling potted plants.