BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — If acupuncture is your idea of a good time, or something that makes you feel better, sign up now for free acupuncture in West Boca:
Integrated Holistic Medicine, a West Boca Raton based alternative medicine clinic, which opened in the Fontana Plaza on Lyons Road last month, is celebrating its arrival into the community with a day of free acupuncture. Patients and members of the community are invited to come to the clinic at 9045 La Fontana Blvd, Suite 106 in Boca Raton, between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Saturday, August 18, 2012 to experience the benefits of acupuncture, a traditional Chinese medicine practice in which hair-like needles are inserted into the body at various point. The process, which has evolved since its first usage believed to be more than 4,000 years ago, involves no pain and is tailored to the individual patient’s preference – meaning more or fewer needles can be used.
Up to eight people at a time will be permitted to participate in each free 45-minute community acupuncture session on Saturday, August 18. Guests will be treated on a first-come-first-served basis by Integrated Holistic Medicine (IHM) co-owners and acupuncture physicians Carlos Restrepo and Su Sandy Aung. Patients are asked to come early to save their space! To sign up in advance and reserve your space, please call the IHM clinic at 954-825-3670.
“At the Integrated Holistic Medicine clinic, we truly look at each patient as a whole and treat the root cause of their issue – not just the symptom,” added Restrepo. “Through our free acupuncture day, we are thrilled to offer many members of the Boca Raton community the opportunity to experience the benefits and results of acupuncture. We’re confident they will be pleased and forever changed!”
During regular business, the IHM clinic offers both individual and community acupuncture services to its patients on an ongoing basis. Individual acupuncture starts at $50 a session; community acupuncture starts at $30 for an hour-long session where up to eight patients can share a room.
The IHM clinic offers an array of alternative medicine services, including medical consultation, acupuncture, acupuncture injection therapy, acupressure, auriculotherapy, moxibustion and electro-meridian imaging; facial rejuvenation, cosmetic acupuncture; homeopathy, herb treatments and Bach Essence; supplements and food therapy; weight management; detoxification program; Qi Gong (group and private classes); heat and cold laser therapy; meditation (group – complimentary); sintergetica and emotional release therapy; Tomatis® Method, music and color therapy for children; cupping and Tui Na massage; and aromatherapy.
Each treatment is designed to treat one of the following issues or symptoms: emotional stress and anxiety; musculoskeletal pain in the back, neck, shoulders and more; skin issues, including acne, wrinkles and age spots; weight gain; lack of energy, lethargy; low immune system; high toxins in the body, feeling sick and not well; and insomnia or inability to sleep.
To learn more and/or to speak to an IHM practitioner, please visit the IHM website at http://www.ihmhealing.com or call 954-825-3670.
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