Acupuncture treatments will be offered at $20 for an initial treatment for new patients, and $15 for each follow-up treatment for returning patients who are 65 and older from April 1 through 30.
“Spring is here and seniors are getting vaccinated,” said Many Rivers founder Carrie Sawtell, L.Ac. “Many of our senior patients are experiencing aches and pains from increased exercise and outdoor activities. Acupuncture is a great way to soothe arthritis pain and loosen tight muscles.”
In addition to pain relief, seniors may also be looking for help with mental health. “We can treat pandemic-related depression and anxiety,” said Many Rivers acupuncturist Mary Cole, L.Ac. “We have points that can help decrease stress, boost the mood, and calm the mind. ”
The staff at Many Rivers continue to make coronavirus prevention measures a priority. Masks are required at all times in the clinic and medical-grade HEPA purifiers completely exchange the air every ten minutes.
Seniors can call (860) 683-0011 to schedule their discounted appointments, or use Many Rivers’ convenient online schedule at http://www.manyriversacupuncture.com. Many Rivers Community Acupuncture, LLC is located at 3 Barnard Lane, Suite 205 in Bloomfield.