PRINSO ® HEALTH CENTER, a Unique Chinese Acupuncture Clinic specializing in The Specific and Natural Treatment of the Core Problem of Excess Weight.
Continuing your physical activity currently performed. Using a specific and excellent nutrition, with the support of Chinese Acupuncture that paves the way to recovery.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Japanese Style Acupuncture has a very unique and different way of diagnosing and treatment approach compared with the traditional method. Diagnosis are done through palpation which gives instant feedback for patient and practitioner and patient can feel the immediate pain relief.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Japanese Acupuncture has just opened its door on September 2015 in Hyde Park after 10 years of private practice in Boston MA. It is a new business in the area. We are very excited to help those with much needed treatment!
What do you love most about your job?
The best part is being able to help! Everyone of us face some kind of stress around and it starts as "something not right" in your system. Unblocking all the stack energy with periodical Acupuncture really helps your body and mind to be more calm and healthier and live your everyday life enjoyable.
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
There are patients who never had Acupuncture treatment, but those patients who have had Acupuncture before tell me "Oh, I really like your style of treatment!" We try our best in each treatment, so our patients can leave more refreshed, happy, and satisfied.
More than a decade ago, Lisa Lapwing became a personal trainer to fulfill her passion of helping others improve their quality of life. During that time, however, she discovered the world of Oriental medicine and realized she could help people beyond fitness. She eventually enrolled in the AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine and earned a master's of acupuncture and Oriental medicine. Today, Lisa draws from her knowledge of holistic services at her clinic, where she helps clients who suffer from a range of issues, such as sciatica, allergies, and stress.
Lisa works to help patients naturally stave off colds and fatigue with custom Chinese herbal pairings, which coax the body’s natural ability to heal itself. The practitioner also encourages optimal well-being via the ancient art of gua sha massage, which detoxifies the body by applying quick strokes against the skin, as well as acupuncture, a centuries-old treatment that relies on strategically placed needles designed to release excess energy and hot air clogging up the body. In addition to Oriental medicine, Lisa is also on hand to help clients reach a healthier weight through exercise and nutritional counseling.
Lucas Brown's dedication to
ancient healing techniques has led him around the globe. After earning his master's degree in Oriental medicine, Brown traveled to Chengdu, China, where he worked elbow-to-elbow with experts who helped refined his healing skills, specifically his technique with Tui Na, a type of medical massage. Now, back in the states, he puts those lessons to use at Aculete, where
he helps athletes overcome pain and
the general public recover from stress, digestive disorders,
and other ailments. To resolve conditions, he might combine acupuncture with tui na massage, cupping, and scraping, in order to build a custom treatment that treats symptoms, but also addresses problems at their root source. Brown is also an herbalist, using both internal and topical Chinese herbal formulas for healing and wellness.
Michael Schor has dedicated his life to helping people. After receiving his BA in psychology, he studied acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, and bodywork in order to help others feel relaxed and comfortable in their bodies. Today, he performs acupuncture and offers a variety of other Chinese medicinal remedies. During acupuncture treatments, he applies featherlight needles to specific areas of the body in order to improve circulation, relieve tension, and open energy meridians. In keeping with Michael Schor's desire to help people in need, he offers his services for suggested donations based on a client's salary.
Master of Oriental medicine and certified acupuncturist Dr. Sherry Lee won't perform any treatments on her patients that she wouldn’t give to
her own family. In fact, with a combination of acupuncture and Chinese traditional medicine, Dr. Lee has been able to all but cure her children of their severe allergies. She honed these skills during her two years traveling through Japan and China, researching diet control and allergy-related problems. Dr. Lee combines these specialty skills with holistic services including cupping, herbal medicine, and gua sha, a technique to circulate stagnant blood by scraping the skin and pushing the body’s percolate button.