Mark Tryling

Mark Tryling
2816 Central Dr., Ste. 155 Bedford, TX 76021
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Mark Tryling

Mark Tryling practices as an Acupuncturist in Bedford, TX.
Primary Specialty

Acupuncturist

Services Mark Tryling is an Acupuncturist or Acupuncture office in Bedford, TX. Call Mark Tryling at (817) 835-0885 for a detailed description of the services offered.

Acupuncturist like Mark Tryling offer services that often include facial renewal acupuncture, cupping, moxibustion, Gua Sha, Zen Shiatsu, Chinese herbal formula, herbal medicine, smoking cessation and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Talk to the staff at Mark Tryling for information about your acupuncture needs in Bedford, TX.
Consumer Feedback
(15 Reviews)
Service
4.5 star average for Service
Environment
4 star average for Environment
Expertise
3 star average for Expertise
Staff
2.5 star average for Staff
Recommended
4 star average for Recommended
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Recent Reviews
Very kind, knowledgable and listens to your problem very carefully. He was able to treat my unexplained fertility with herbs and acupuncture. I would trust Dr. Mark and his team for any other treatment in future. They are great, very courteous and polite.
M. Tryling and staff very rude and noisy, thought acupuncture was suppose be quiet and calm,but not here. I even heard M. Tryling trying to get a female patient to go out w/him, this is unethical and sooooo unprofessional. His treatments are short and his prices are high. Tries to sell herbals to make more money. I would never recomment this person doing business as Meridian Harmonics.......
Recent Polls
Did a staff member acknowledge or greet you when you entered?
Not at all; they saw me but didn't greet me
Does this acupuncturist always put the client first?
Somewhat, but I didn't feel like they cared about my needs
Was it easy to find parking at this acupuncture clinic?
Yes
Does this acupuncturist treat every client equally?
For the most part, but I've seen some favoritism
Does this provider always put the customer first?
No, putting customers first doesn't really seem to be a priority to them
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