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Daily Top 10: 10 Acupuncturists on Long Island

Top Ten on Long Island

Acupuncture, which has origins in ancient China, is a form of alternative Holistic medicine.

Acupuncture, which has origins in ancient China, is a form of alternative Holistic medicine. Acupuncturists use thin needles inserted to “acupuncture points” on the human body, of which there are several hundred located along what is known as meridians. Meridians are connected points across the body that affect a specific organ or part of the body. Studies have shown that acupuncture treatments can relieve certain kinds of pain, post-operative nausea and stress. For more information visit the following businesses websites or give them a call.
 
68 Berry Hill Road, Syosset – (516) 384-7452
 
2545 Hempstead Turnpike, Suite 100, East Meadow – (516) 323-2919
 
399 Deer Park Avenue, Babylon – (631) 539-9732
 
659 Larkfield Road, Commack – (631) 236-9879
 
1393 Manor Lane, Bay Shore – (646) 233-3016
 
1789 East Jericho Turnpike, Huntington – (631) 424-8601
 
21 West Nicholai Street, Hicksville – (516) 822-6722
 
686 Broadway, Massapequa – (516) 724-0135
 
27 Merrick Avenue, Merrick – (516) 221-9267
 
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Josephine DellaRatta Jan 22nd, 2013 01:36 PM

Would like to have accupuncture, however, as a senior, am unable to afford costs without insurance coverage.

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