The Relief Center specializes in the treatment of chronic and acute pain using a variety of non-invasive, drug-free approaches. Our center provides holistic complementary medicine care for a wide variety of health conditions.
Terence McCormick,DAOM,LAc is the clinic director and has been providing natural healthcare, pain management and injury care to people of all ages since 1989.
Our services include:
Acupuncture (with or without needles)
Low Level Laser (LLLT) and Electro-Therapy
Intramuscular Stimulation - Dry Needling
Myotherapy - Manual Medicine
Holistic Sports Medicine and Injury Care
Nutritional and Botanical Formulas
Individually Customized Programs for Health & Healing:
Anti-inflammatory and Detoxification Programs
Metabolic Regulation Programs for Weight Management
Sports Performance Enhancement Programs
Two clinic locations:
Broadway Ave downtown Saratoga Springs, NY (518) 250-CARE (518) 250-2273
Route 59, near Good Samaritan Hospital in Suffern, NY (845) 38B-WELL (845) 382-9355 firstname.lastname@example.org
ServicesTerry McCormick, DAOM, LAc is an Acupuncturist or Acupuncture office in Suffern, NY. Call The Relief Center at (845) 382-9355 for a detailed description of the services offered.
Acupuncturist like Terry McCormick, DAOM, LAc 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 The Relief Center for information about your acupuncture needs in Suffern, NY.
Discovered he had moved out to the Rocky Mountains. I was able to get in to see him when I was out in Colorado for mountain biking event. I had seen him for years out East and he was even better than ever at helping me heal from a hip injury. He was able to prescribe me an herbal combination from his natural pharmacy of Asian botanical goodies. They worked great and I am feeling better after seeing him for treatment again. Now I have to fly out West to get treatment. I'm definitely going to get treatment with him again when I'm out here this winter for skiing.
It is funny. I found him in Cheyenne, WY after coming out to help a friend with family health management and care support. I'm a care giver and that's what I do by choice for my friends and family as a retired person. I was hindered in my duties due to a flame up in my RA and IBS. So glad I found care in this remote community. Got great results. Terence was very helpful. I'm telling many of my family that live here locally and hoping they will come and get care from a "real" acupuncture doctor. I'm from New York now, so I realize the community here doesn't realize chiropractors and physical therapist (with their "dry needling" label to acupuncture) are misrepresenting the acupuncture profession.. If you want acupuncture from an appropriately trained health professional. . .see a qualified acupuncturist and not a "dry needling" PT or chiropractor that took a weekend course of 100-300 hours.
3,500 hour masters degree is the accepted graduate education for the practice of acupuncture in the State of Wyoming as indicated in the legislative practice act found on line.
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