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  • Shlomo lang, M.S. L.Ac. Dipl. Ac.
    230 Points

    Ancient Peony Acupuncture
    36 Granite Springs Road
    Granite Springs, NY 10527

Nearby Cities

Yorktown H... (2.92 mi)
Mahopac (4.46 mi)
Bedford Hills (6.04 mi)
Mount Kisco (7.5 mi)
Cross River (8.12 mi)
Peekskill (8.58 mi)
Bedford (9.41 mi)
Brewster (9.44 mi)
Buchanan (9.97 mi)
Ossining (11.54 mi)
Briarcliff... (11.89 mi)
Pleasantville (12.4 mi)
Cold Spring (12.73 mi)
Croton On ... (14.16 mi)
New City (16.49 mi)

Acupuncturist Info

Acupuncturist Summary: An Acupuncture Specialist (or Acupuncturist) uses needles to treat illnesses and pain. People visit an Acupuncture Specialist to relieve pain, stress, and allergies.

Acupuncturist FAQs:
What is an Acupuncture Specialist?
An Acupuncturist is a licensed professional who performs acupuncture. A Acupuncturist is also called an Acupuncturist. An Acupuncturist uses needles to prevent and cure illnesses or pain.

When should I see an Acupuncturist?
You can see an Acupuncturist to relieve pain or stress. You can also see an Acupuncturist to treat headaches, back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, or allergies.

What is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is a medicine practiced by a trained Acupuncturist. It originated in China and involves using needles to ease pain by stimulating the body. Acupuncturists have practiced in China for over 3,000 years.


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