Musculoskeletal pain

Cumming Acupuncture
Dawn Cvetkovic
309 Pirkle Ferry Rd, Suite A400
Cumming
GA
30040
678-896-9609
Dedicated to helping people get well and stay well through acupuncture and chinese herbal medicine.
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Uptown Acupuncture and Herbs
Jon Bechtold-Wright
419 Queen Anne Ave N
Seattle
WA
98109
206-420-6615
During your visit to Uptown Acupuncture & Herbs in Seattle our goal is to make sure you are relaxed, comfortable, and getting the results you desire. We believe that the most compassionate thing we can do is to help you to achieve your own goals for treatment and wellness.

We have special experience and interest in the following areas:
+ Helping people recover from musculoskeletal injuries, as well as addressing most chronic pain conditions
+ Treating digestive disorders
+ Working with stress and insomnia
+ Managing and relieving environmental allergy problems

If you have questions or are unsure if acupuncture is right for you, consider a free consultation. Either by phone or in person it allows us to learn more about your symptoms to assess whether acupuncture is likely to be an effective treatment for you.
Harvard Acupuncture
Janice Perry
PO Box 524 280 Ayer Rd.
Harvard
MA
010451
978-772-1112
Janice combines the best of Eastern and Western medicine. She practiced pharmacy for over 30 years and has an extensive knowledge of western medicine and pharmaceutical care. She is also a Licensed Massage therapist and incorporates that knowledge into her acupuncture treatments. Janice is nationally board certified in Chinese Herbal Medicine. She studied both Japanese and Chinese acupuncture at New England School of Acupuncture.
KenkoDo
Katie Walker, MS, MAOM, Lic. Ac.
735 Broadway
Somerville
MA
02144
617-666-0143
Katie is a pain specialist, having trained in pain management at Tufts University School of Medicine and receiving a Masters of Science in addition to earning her Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MAOM) from the New England School of Acupuncture. Katie's passion is using acupuncture and herbal medicine to treat all facets of a patient's pain condition so that patients can improve their overall quality of life. In addition to working at KenkoDo, Katie currently holds a part-time position as a research acupuncturist at Massachusetts General Hospital, where she works with a team of researchers investigating acupuncture's effect on pain modulation via functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). Katie also serves as Adjunct Faculty at Tufts University School of Medicine, and recently designed her own research study investigating the effects of acupuncture on pre- and postoperative pain, which she is currently conducting at Tufts Medical Center in coordination with the Anesthesia and Orthopedic departments.
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