Acupuncture Center of The Sandhills

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Acupuncture Center of The Sandhills
Acupuncture Center of The Sandhills is listed in the Acupuncturist category in Southern Pines, North Carolina. Displayed below is the only current social network for Acupuncture Center of The Sandhills which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Acupuncture Center of The Sandhills on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 36.

Contact information for Acupuncture Center of The Sandhills is:
233 W Pennsylvania Ave
Southern Pines, NC 28387
(910) 692-8049

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Acupuncture Center of The Sandhills has an overall ZapScore of 36. This means that Acupuncture Center of The Sandhills has a higher ZapScore than 36% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Southern Pines, North Carolina is 40 and in the Acupuncturist category is 32. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Acupuncture is formally recommended by the American College of Physicians.

http://www.acufox.com/2017/08/29/tcmcredit/
As an acupuncturist, I am always looking and finding uses for Chinese medicine in daily life. It would be very tempting and easy to live in a scholarly bubble and focus purely Chinese medicine as it was practiced in the ancient times. I have to say that sometimes the nerdy side of me takes over and…

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I am deathly afraid of needles. I can hardly even be near them. So when one of my fellow yoga instructors suggested I try acupuncture, because of its myriad of fitness-related benefits, I was ready to …

Here's a good article some of the pitfalls of an entirely raw diet. Chinese Medicine advocates a lightly cooked diet to unlock nutrients and make food easier to digest.

https://www.army.mil/article/191240/hospital_commander_practices_acupuncture
Col. Erica Clarkson always had a desire to assist and help people. Now serving as the commander of the Brian Allgood Army Community Hospital/121st Combat Support Hospital, in Yongsan Army Garrison South Korea, she continues down the path of a long c...