“Some people are nervous about trying acupuncture for the first time,” said Many Rivers acupuncturist Mary Cole, L.Ac. “Our Free Acupuncture Day provides an easy way to give it a try. People can’t believe how comfortable acupuncture is, and how many things acupuncture can treat.”
Many Rivers’ acupuncturists specialize in treating pain, including arthritis, injuries, tendinitis, and post-surgery pain. They are trained in Balance Method Acupuncture, which utilizes special points on the arms and legs to treat pain anywhere in the body. In fact, many patients feel relief immediately during their first treatment.
In addition, the acupuncturists at Many Rivers treat a number of other conditions, including asthma and allergies; IBS and acid reflux; gynecological conditions and infertility; and depression, anxiety, and insomnia.
“Because acupuncture increases circulation and reduces inflammation, it is a great therapy to try for those dealing with chronic health conditions,” said Many Rivers acupuncturist Carrie Sawtell, L.Ac. “Our tiny needles can boost the immune system and reduce stress, to help your body heal itself naturally.”
Many Rivers is located at 3 Barnard Lane, Suite 205, in Bloomfield. Many Rivers is part of the community acupuncture movement, which is working to make health care affordable and accessible. Acupuncture treatments are provided on a sliding scale, from $20 - $40 per treatment (plus a one-time new patient fee of $10). For more information, call (860) 683-0011 or go to http://www.manyriversacupuncture.com.