Pittsburgh Acupuncturists

in Pittsburgh, PA

63
Acupuncturists are
in Pittsburgh

22
Acupuncturists in Pittsburgh
are top rated

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Rated by
Laura S.
"I've been seeing Dr
for acupuncture for over two years now. I have fibromyalgia as well as arthritis and other conditions related to several spinal and" shoulder surgeries. I decided to try acupuncture to help with my chronic pain and chose Dr
because she is also a physical medicine and rehab Doctor.I can't say enough good things about Dr
- she is wonderful! I see her once a month for my acupuncture. It really helps lower my pain levels.She also reviewed a new drug therapy I wanted to try and was willing to let me give it a shot- it's working great! Dr
is always smiling and cheerful. She has a terrific "bedside" manner- she really listens and is very concerned and caring about how I feel. When I first saw her, one of my complaints was "tennis elbow" from having used a heavy cane for years. The discomfort in my right forearm was so bad I couldn't even squeeze the TV remote without terrible pain. Three treatments later the pain was completely gone and has never come back! She suggested I get a lighter cane with a built in shock absorber, which I did and it's made it much easier to get around. I really look forward to my monthly acupuncture treatment- and that's saying something for someone who's afraid of needles!! :)
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Rated by
Stanley P.
"She does craniofacial stuff which really helped me. Acupuncture treatment is very relaxing and it doesn?t hurt. They will tell you what they are doing and it is ancient. A friend of" mine who is a doctor suggested me to try that too. I feel that Sydnie is quite knowledgeable. She is very relaxing and a very funny person. I enjoy her. She will ask questions about diet and things like that. She also has things like Chinese herbs. I
?t fully understand the acupuncture thing, but I did try it before I had my surgeries and it didn?t help as far as my walking went. I used to get very anxious because my legs were not working. So, acupuncture has really helped my nervous system problem. I
?t know if it helped my walking, but it certainly doesn?t hurt anything. She is very nice. She has been very helpful to me and I feel hopeful, which is good. I have adjusted better with my situation now. She is pretty busy because she is not there everyday. She is good about explaining things. Whatever she did for my nervous system was really helpful. It feels terribly relaxing. She can sometimes tell the state of my neck. She will tell you anything you ask her. I haven?t had any problems with the billing as well. My husband is using her services too.
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Rated by
Karla C.
"
is excellent! He is a calm, gentle soul who inspires tremendous confidence in his treatment recommendations. He took a very detailed history on my first visit" and has developed a comprehensive program to help with some of my current health issues. He also had me create a food diary for a week and reviewed my current supplements and overall nutritional intake. I find his philosophy to be complementary to my own and I find his recommendations to make a good deal of sense (i.e., use whole foods when possible, organic and whole grains, etc.). I unconditionally recommend
to anyone who is looking to find balance and improve the quality of his/her life. Oh - and the needles don't hurt so don't let that
you!

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Many turn to acupuncture as an alternative medicine to aid illness and relieve stress. This treatment is even covered by some insurance companies.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture may sound new to some, but the Chinese have practiced this form of alternative medicine for more than 2,000 years to relieve pain and treat a variety of conditions.

Lei Shaw, a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist of Essence of China, attaches a machine to the acupuncture needles to warm Jennie Shelton. (Photo by Coleman Norris)
Alternative Med. - Acupuncture

Acupuncture treatment is an ancient form of medicine and has a long track record of helping with a wide range of ailments from back pain to infertility.

Alternative Med. - Acupuncture

Acupuncture uses needles on points along energy line to stimulate flow of energy and help your body heal itself. In addition to the Traditional Chinese Medicine approach, learn about other styles.

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If the naturopath also has the MD credential then every plan will cover them. They choose to take insurance or not, all providers have to sign up with insurance plans for reimbursement. Unfortunately if they are a Doctor of Naturopathy, without other medical credentials you will have a difficult time finding coverage. An MD typically goes through 4 years of undergrad, 4 years of Medical school, 3 years of residency and then potentially 2 - 4 years of specialty training on top of that. Not many Naturopaths go through that type of education. MDs also have to work on cadavers, some other health care practitioners do this as well, but not many. Naturopaths offer valuable services. If you have a Naturopath MD in mind, then it is simple because they will have registered with insurance companies to accept payments. They will know what plans they accept payment from. As a pharmacist one of my classmates in addition to a doctorate in pharmacy also had a doctorate in that area. As a pharmacist we are also not covered by most insurance plans to have a "practice" reimbursement. We work on a fee-for-service basis or contract with specific plans or employers to offer their people our services. We work with individuals and provide their providers the information about our consults.

Some naturopaths, dieticians, pharmacists, chiropractors, and acupuncturists work within a physician practice - this is sometimes referred to as an integrated or integrative model. The fee for a naturopath is most often "fee for service."   I hope this helps, best of luck finding the practitioner you are seeking.

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Acupuncture Treatment reviews in Pittsburgh

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He is very professional and gentle. It doesn?t hurt when he puts needles in. His treatment is effective too. His office space is very comfortable. His is a one-man-show. He explains everything that he does. His office hours are flexible and therefore it is easy to get appointments. He is reasonably priced too.
- JULIA O.

All Acupuncturists in Pittsburgh, PA

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A AAA-1 Abuse & Addiction Helpline

1739 East Carson Street,
Pittsburgh

Alcoholism Rehab Helpline

1985 Lincoln Way Suite 23-483
Mckeesport

Allcare Health & Rehabilitation

3000 Brownsville Rd
Pittsburgh

Betty Liu MD

3471 5th Ave
Pittsburgh

Bonidy, Dr. Thomas A.

4290 William Flynn Hwy
Allison Park

Bouchard, Michelle C.

111 E Church St
Ligonier

Buncke, Dr. Jonathan

410 Rouser Rd
Coraopolis

Cheng Charlie Yang

20 Cedar Blvd
Pittsburgh

Chinese Acupuncture & Herbs Center

20 Cedar Blvd
Pittsburgh

Chinese Acupuncture Wellness Center

1840 Mayview Rd Ste 106
Bridgeville

Christian Alcohol Abuse Helpline

260 Pullman Square Suite 126
Butler

Christian Alcohol Abuse Helpline

322 Mall Blvd Suite 255
Monroeville

Christian Alcohol and Drug Rehab

1739 E Carson St
Pittsburgh

Christian Alcoholism Rehab

1597 Washington Pike Suite B14-161
Bridgeville

Christian Alcoholism Rehab

3567 Mountain View Dr Suite 309
West Mifflin

Christian Drug Addiction Helpline

4885 McKnight Rd Suite 477
Pittsburgh

Christian Drug Detox and Rehab

645 E Pittsburgh St Suite 128
Greensburg

Christian Drug Detox and Rehab

5990 University Blvd Suite 12-191
Coraopolis

Christian Drug Rehab Helpline

1151 Freeport Rd Suite 357
Pittsburgh

Claims 2 Go LLC

243 Thunderbird Terrace
Stroudsburg

Donald Yoon MD

108 Whitehead Ln
Monroeville

Dr. Kathleen Hartford

5237 Veteran's Lane
Natrona Heights

Drug Detox and Alcohol Rehab

2400 Oxford Dr Suite 193
Bethel Park

Ellen Ona, L.Ac.

3857 Willow Avenue, 2nd Floor
Castle Shannon

Evolve Wellness Spa

228 S Highland Ave
Pittsburgh

Fortune Acupuncture & Herb Clinic

20120 Rte 19
Cranberry Township

Fritz, Dr. Jessica

6325 Penn Ave
Pittsburgh

Glick, Dr. Ronald M.

580 S Aiken Ave
Pittsburgh

Glick, Dr. Ronald M.

580 S Aiken Ave
Pittsburgh

Hardin Acupuncture

5655 Bryant St
Pittsburgh

Judith Levy Wellness

1824 Murray Ave.
Pittsburgh

Kabazie, Dr. Abraham J.

5124 Liberty Ave
Pittsburgh

Kissick, Dr. Shawn F.

320 College Ave
Beaver

Kwan Lee MD

2500 Hospital Dr
Aliquippa

Maupin, Brandy

4222 Old William Penn Hwy
Murrysville

medica the healing arts

5321 William Flynn Hwy
Gibsonia

Mortell, David

5655 Bryant St
Pittsburgh

Murrysville Acupuncture LLC

4222 Old William Penn Hwy
Murrysville

Pain Management Care

3945 Forbes ave
Pittsburgh

PANG, BONNIE DIPLOMAT OM OTR

2528 PENN AVE
Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Community Acupuncture

4111 Penn Ave
Pittsburgh

Pure Biomed, LLC

www.ReunionPN.com

Rivera, Dr. Yarelie

3000 Brownsville Rd
Pittsburgh

RRECI

2308 Marbury Road
Pittsburgh

Schandelmeier, Julia

6325 Penn Ave
Pittsburgh

Shadyside Hospital

5230 Centre Ave
Pittsburgh

Substance Abuse Helpline

8701 Lincoln Highway Suite 117
Irwin

Substance Abuse Helpline

1525 Park Manor Blvd Suite 262
Pittsburgh

Teh, Dr. EngKeat

580 S Aiken Ave
Pittsburgh

The Birch Center for Health

1931 E Carson St
Pittsburgh

The Nuin Center

5655 Bryant St
Pittsburgh

True Health and Fitness

415 Harvey Avenue
Greensburg

Wang Qiong Acupuncture

1017 Perry Hwy Ste 101
Pittsburgh

Wang, Dr. Lisa

240 Wellness Way
Washington

West Hills Chiropractic Group

410 Rouser Rd
Coraopolis

Wexford Wellness C A R E

2630 Brandt School Rd
Wexford

Whiteside, Dr. Jennifer

1307 Federal St
Pittsburgh

Wholistic Acupuncture

6325 Penn Ave
Pittsburgh

Xuan Maggie Liu

20 Cedar Blvd
Pittsburgh

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