Acupuncture in Springfield Township, NJ

Serving Northern and Central New Jersey residents since 1986, we have had the honor to assist thousands of patients, from age 2 months to 94 years,  regain and maintain their health.

Most of these folks could not be helped by drugs and conventional medicine. Many were in chronic pain. They had given up hope, and chose holistic medicine as a last resort. Fortunately, our bodies have the miraculous ability to heal and regenerate with safe, effective and drug-free alternatives. We combine gentle Acupuncture (traditional and needle-free) with nutrition, natural remedies, and health exercises to help you achieve optimum healing.

Here are some interesting statistics about Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine:

  1. Over half of all medical doctors believe Acupuncture to be efficacious and of value.
  2. MD’s refer their patients to Acupuncturists more than any other alternative medicine provider.
  3. Eight million Americans have already tried Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.  Have you?

Do needles make you nervous?  Not to worry!  We have needle-free services available!

Our goal is for you to receive exceptional personalized service.  We look forward to serving you.

 

Orest V. Pelechaty, L.Ac., OMD, NCCAOM, Director
Board Certified in Acupuncture
Chinese Herbal Medicine

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