We will be having a free acupuncture day on Saturday, October 16 from 10am-12:30pm. This day is free for new patients and any existing patient who brings a new patient in with them. Get treatments for two people at no cost!
This will be our last free day of the year, so please tell all your friends! We expect a full house, so appointments are strongly recommended.
This day is limited to patients receiving free treatments. Current patients who have been waiting for Saturday appointments can look forward to them early next year.
Each month, I put out an email newsletter that includes office events, health news, and health tips. It is my goal to fill the newsletter with useful information that will be interesting to you and your friends.
While some of this information is also posted on our website or facebook page, much of it is only found in the newsletter. How do you know if it would be worth your while to subscribe? Here is a summary of some of the contents:
Â· Find out about office events before anyone else knows. For example, I have a free acupuncture day coming up in October. I haven’t publicized it anywhere except my newsletter, so newsletter subscribers can get first choice of appointment times.
Â· Get more in-depth information about acupuncture and other healing modalities like massage, tai chi, etc.
Â· Learn about vitamins & herbal supplements, food & recipes, and stretching & exercises.
The newsletter is short and easy to skim if you are looking for a particular topic. And if you decide you don’t want to keep receiving it, you can unsubscribe any time.
To sign up, go to home page of our website. Enter your information in the box on the bottom of the right hand menu bar. Or, contact us and I will put you in the database. All I need is your first name and email address. I hope you enjoy it!
Fall is the beginning of cold season. It’s also when people with allergies to weeds (ragweed, goldenrod, etc.) tend to have the worst symptoms. So, how do you know if you are coming down with a cold or if you have allergies?
This chart from WebMD does a great job of breaking down the common symptoms associated with colds and allergies. Even if you are not sure what is causing your symptoms, there are many natural remedies that can be helpful for both conditions. A neti pot can help with a stuffy and runny nose, and also helps by physically rinsing out the allergen or virus. Vitamin C has also been used to treat both colds and allergies.
In Chinese medicine, there are often similar treatments for both colds and allergies. Acupuncture and Chinese herbs can both provide relief.
Can’t make it into the office for a full treatment? You can still start your weekend off right with a 30-minute stress-relief acupuncture treatment with acupuncturist Emily Konstan at Generations Healing Center.
These are ear acupuncture treatments performed in a group setting for $15. The dates are Fridays: September 24, October 5, and November 12 at either 6:15pm or 6:40pm.
Treatments are by appointment only. Call Generations to schedule: (508) 987-3310
I hope to see you there!