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Licensed Acupuncturist Accepting New Patients

Beth Small, an acupuncturist licensed in New York and New Jersey, has worked in the field of traditional Chinese medicine since 1999, and currently is accepting new patients at her Bergen and Rockland County offices. Small focuses her practice on pain management techniques, treating prenatal and obstetric problems, stress, depression and migraine-related therapies as well as cosmetic acupuncture.

“When it comes to one’s personal health, pain management regiment and overall well-being, acupuncture may provide the solution you need,” she shares. “The practice of acupuncture uses a holistic approach to helping patients manage a wide variety of health and cosmetic issues, including stress, fatigue, aches and pains, gastrointestinal trouble, wrinkles and gynecological/obstetric problems.”

“Each patient’s first visit includes a comprehensive evaluation and consultation, during which we discuss your unique case and devise a customized treatment plan,” explains Small.

Acupuncture is a discipline used to promote one’s own natural recuperative ability as well as improve the body’s general functionality through the insertion of needles at very precise points on the body. Placed strategically using methods and techniques perfected over thousands of years, these needles tap into the body’s own natural energy, which stimulates the central nervous system and triggers the release of various chemicals that promote natural healing and help patients better cope with the sensation of pain. Small adds, “acupuncture treatments can alter the body’s perception of pain and augment the healing process for various injuries. It also works to promote the body's internal regulatory system.”

Small attended the University of Buffalo, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York City and the University of Bridgeport’s College of Naturopathic Medicine.

Location: Offices in Rockland County and northern Bergen County, NJ. For more information, please call 917-822-9264 or email bethsmallacupuncture@gmail.com.

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