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Dr Zhijiang Chen (CJ), Acupuncturist  in Chicago
“I specialize in helping clients with: infertility, menopause, facial palsy, low back & sciatic pain, malignant mass, blood clots, high blood sugar, high liver enzyme, cough, wheezing, diarrhea, palpitation, insomnia, depression, uti, chronic fatigue, hair loss, headache, muscle spasm, shingles, itching & dry skin, rash, uterus and bladder collapse, abnormal menstruation, nail fungus.
(630) 313-6312
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Kathleen Barber, Acupuncturist  in Chicago
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Acupuncturist, MSAOM, LAc, Dipl, Ac
“I have a passion & commitment in facilitating your highest potential, development & optimal health through Acupuncture, Chinese medicine & nutrition. My unique approach to your treatment & care is to incorporate an integral, holistic style that cultivates all levels of healing: your body, mind & spirit. As treatment progresses, you will experience increased states of integration, wholeness & balance. My background & training has led me to specialize in the treatment of psychological-emotional conditions that includes anxiety, depression, PTSD, autism, ADHD, bipolar disorder, insomnia, digestion disorders, substance abuse, & chronic pain management. I am board certified by the NCCAOM & licensed in the state of Illinois.
(206) 850-6069
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Dana Hoffman, Acupuncturist  in Chicago
“I specialize and am passionate about: Internal Medicine, headaches / migraines, tinnitus, womens' health issues, and dermatology. My practice is located within a doctor's office, offering integrative and complimentary medicine. I am a Nationally Board Certified Diplomate in Acupuncture and a Licensed Acupuncturist in the State of Illinois. In addition to hundreds of hours of clinical training and holding a Masters Degree from the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine, I completed additional training in Beijing, China under several esteemed doctors in both hospitals and clinics.
(312) 477-0351
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Universal Therapy Providers, Acupuncturist  in Chicago
“Our staff feels communication with the patient is paramount. Our multi lingual staff; English, Spanish, Arabic & Polish make our patients feel comfortable and at ease to communicate in their own native language. At Universal we provide specialized one-on-one care for patients who need close supervision, as well as home exercise programs to teach patients how to treat themselves during and after the course of therapy. We are proficient at providing treatment in areas of physical therapy, hand therapy, athletic training, acupuncture and a wide variety of other treatments. Our staff includes physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, and licensed acupuncturist. .
(708) 325-4224
Chicago, Illinois 60639
Mark Reese, Acupuncturist  in Chicago
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Acupuncturist, LAc, NCCAOM, Drctr
“Mark Reese, L.Ac., NCCAOM was originally trained and holds degrees in biochemistry and microbiology. Mark practices acupuncture and Chinese herbology at the Northside Holistic Center in Chicago and had previously worked at several integrative medical centers in the Chicago area. He is on the faculty of the Pacific College of Oriental College for Oriental Medicine, has taguht for the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine and has served on the Board of Directors for the Illinois State Acupuncture Association. Currently, Mark is the Director and lead practitioner at the Northside Holistic Center.
(773) 506-8971
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Michelle Goebel-Angel, Acupuncturist  in Chicago
“In keeping with ancient Chinese Medicine traditions, Michelle Goebel-Angel, LAc, MSOM, MBA, is committed to encouraging authentic health by providing treatments that help the body naturally re-balance and heal itself. Her understanding of and passion for living in harmony with nature constitutes a strong seasonal health approach to her work and uniquely defines her style. Common Chinese Medicine modalities used for treatment may include Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal prescriptions, Eastern nutritional counseling, Tuina (Therapeutic Massage), Guasha, Cupping, Moxibustion, Auricular Therapy, Magnets and Electro-stimulation. Michelle also uses Young Living essential oils to enrich her treatments and is becoming certified in Mei Zen cosmetic acupuncture.
(312) 756-0207
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Laurie Walsh, Acupuncturist  in Chicago
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Acupuncturist, MSW, MSOM, LAc, LCSW
“Laurie is the founder and chief executive manager of Insight EAP LLC, and Co-Founder of www.InNetwork.pro. She is a licensed clinical social worker as well as a licensed acupuncturist who practices integrative health care in Chicago and Park Ridge, IL. Her integrative approach is one that incorporates psychotherapy, Chinese Medicine, nutritional counseling, and exercise, treating the mind - body in a truly holistic way.
(312) 257-3945
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Miriam Mikhael, Acupuncturist  in Chicago
“I am a chiropractor and acupuncturist who believes that every patient has specific needs, of available treatment options, to overcome obstacles to good health. I strive to achieve optimal results through a multidisciplinary approach (including prevention) that specializes in you, the patient. Insurance plans that include chiropractic care and acupuncture will usually cover acupuncture treatment provided by a chiropractor. I have been practicing since 1997 throughout the greater Chicagoland area at a number of different locations, including: Chicago Institute of Neurosurgery and Neuroresearch (CINN), Total Athleticare inside Bally Total Fitness Center, and at the Center for Integrative Medicine (CIM) at Northwestern Memorial Hospital.
(847) 239-0888
Chicago, Illinois 60606
Angie Ng, Acupuncturist  in Chicago
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Acupuncturist, LAc, DiplAc
“An ideal client is someone who is interested in taking a proactive role in his/her own health. He/she is looking for a healthy, natural approach to true healing, and not a quick fix or temporary bandaid. In addition, he/she is committed to getting better and staying healthy.
(312) 715-8987
Chicago, Illinois 60606
Kimberly Anne Zebick, Acupuncturist  in Chicago
“In my 6 years of practice, I have developed a richer and more powerful understanding of Chinese Medicine and its profound impact on the human mind, body, and spirit. I have done extensive continuing education in Women's Health, Fertility, Gynecology, Pregnancy, and Childbirth, and am passionate about giving patients options to support their personal choices for health and wellness. I believe in building strong relationships with my patients and see myself as an advocate who can bridge the gaps between Western and Eastern treatment modalities.
(312) 544-0590
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Eric Rothgeb, Acupuncturist  in Chicago
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Acupuncturist, LAc, LMT, Dipl, OM
“Welcome to PranaJaya where I specialize in treating people with pain and injury and who have not had success with other treatments. Every person is treated as unique and service is personalized to the individual. Pain syndromes are often coupled with lifestyle and emotional factors that are all addressed during your treatment using multiple treatment modalities.
(773) 234-0414
Chicago, Illinois 60640
Justin Pomeroy, Acupuncturist  in Chicago
“Life Gate Center is a Chinese Medicine treatment center offering traditional acupuncture, acupressure and herbal medicine. We stock 250 bulk herbal medicinals in our pharmacy and offer individualized formulas for decoction as well as pills and capsules. The Life Gate Center is dedicated to offering the highest quality health care and support for Life and Living! We work with the body-mind-spirit in the true ancient Chinese spirit of holism. We treat pain - both physical and psycho-emotional pain and suffering. Life Gate Center is also an educational center offering graduate courses in Chinese medicine, Qi Gong and meditation.
(773) 340-3917
Chicago, Illinois 60614
Fangxi Zhou, Acupuncturist  in Chicago
“I was educated as a M.D and practiced Medicine in China. I first received training in Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture during medical school and has since accumulated more than 30-yr experience. Acupuncture is not almighty, but can cure many medical conditions which Western medicine cannot. Combination of both educations I had makes me to see it more clean and help me to treat my patients more effectively. I love my patients, am honest to them and do my bast to help them.
(847) 337-5634
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Deirdre J Burrell-Hill, Acupuncturist  in Chicago
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Acupuncturist, DAOMc, LAc, NCCAOM, MSOM, BS
“Thank you for taking an interest in your wellness! For nearly twenty five years, I have assisted hundreds in experiencing the benefits of Acupuncture. Acupuncture is on the cutting edge of Preventive Healthcare in the USA-I implement this cutting edge care into my patient care. With acupuncture I can treat the most serious of health issues, pain, acute and chronic conditions, injuries, etc., and very cost effectively. I have studied and treated patients in China, Africa, Canada, and throughout the US. You will receive desired results from most conditions, and expediently too. I love working with families. Bring them in.
(312) 884-1912
Chicago, Illinois 60643
Amy R Wolf - Herb And Ohm, Acupuncturist  in Chicago
“Herb and Ohm is dedicated to the art of balanced, healthy living. Our practice nurtures the mind, body, and spirit through Traditional Chinese Medicine, while recognizing the value and offerings of Western medicine. In this way, Herb and Ohm bridges the gap between the familiar and the foreign. We appreciate the distinct advantages of both Eastern and Western healing philosophies, while maintaining an optimum balance between the two and yielding the maximum benefits for our clients. The cornerstone of our approach is based on the idea of healing from the inside out: We treat the root to treat the branch.
(872) 395-6367
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Ashley Flores, Acupuncturist  in Chicago
“East Asian Medicine is holistic in the truest sense. It is a medical tradition that cares for a person's body, mind, and spirit as a whole which cannot be divided. By incorporating techniques from acupuncture to herbs, and massage to nutrition,Eastern Medicine makes healing as unique as the individual. While each of these therapies is different in application, all share the intent to bring the body into balance and return health to its highest potential.
(312) 548-3965
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Health Elements, Acupuncturist  in Chicago
“As 3rd generation of Chinese Medicine, & our herbal store is located in Chicago Chinatown for at least 30 years, we have treated thousands of patients with chronic pain due to arthritis, rheumatism, muscle spasm, fibromyalgia, trauma, sport injuries, TMJ, back pain, joints pain, etc.. We have expanded to include an acupuncture & chiropractic clinic in South Loop Chicago. Use our website to schedule an appointment to see our physicians & specialists for detail examinations & personal care. We now accept all major insurance such as Bluecross & Blueshield, Cigna, Atna, etc.. Check for schedules to attend our free seminars & workshops.
(312) 229-0671
Chicago, Illinois 60616
Kirk Rogers Moulton, Acupuncturist  in Chicago
“"I want to share the success and blessings that I have received by discovering this form of medicine. I see any symptom as a message, what we do with that message is up to us. There may be no 'magic bullet', no treatment, herb or drug that can completely eradicate your condition. No matter how severe your condition, you have an opportunity to change the course of your disease."
(773) 599-1966
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Mary Helen Lee, Acupuncturist  in Chicago
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Acupuncturist, LAc, DiplOM, RH(AHG)
“I am board certified in Oriental Medicine, Chinese Herbs and Acupuncture. I am a Professional Herbalist with the American Herbalist Guild, practicing both Western and Chinese herbology. I have training in Aromatherapy, Diet & Nutrition, Homeopathy, Flower Essences, Bio Magnetics, Diagnostic Screenings, Reiki, Tibetan Medicine and Shamanic Healing. I have been in practice since 1991 and I love to treat animals as well as people. In order to provide my patients with the best quality care, I find it necessary to spend more time than other practitioners in the first session so I can provide a more thoroughly educational holistic service.
(773) 717-2940
Chicago, Illinois 60626
Patricia Trimble, Acupuncturist  in Chicago
“I have been working as a healer for 20 years,practicing Chinese Medicine and Massage. Part of what I have enjoyed most about Chinese Medicine is that it has taught me to see the complexity of each patient. I have a strong background in the physical arts,having studied Structural Therapy and Massage, I have an excellent ability to see when a problem needs to be addressed through postural or structural issues. I also believe strongly in and teach the importance of simple, healthy eating. Being a healer requires intuition and commonsense and I believe I bring both in balance.
(773) 236-0958
Chicago, Illinois 60618

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Acupuncture in Chicago - is it right for me?
Acupuncture is based on the concepts of oriental medicine or traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and is one of the oldest healing practices in the world. Chicago acupuncturists are health care professionals who evaluate and treat the many conditions, aches and pains that respond to acupuncture.

Acupuncturists insert very fine acupuncture needles into a number of trigger points on your body. The purpose of the needles is to stimulate acupuncture points or meridians. The needles do not inject any substance into your body and are so fine as to be virtually impossible to feel. In some cases, acupuncture may be accompanied by electrical stimulation or the burning of moxa, a form of heat therapy. Or use acupressure, where physical pressure is applied by hand or elbow to trigger points with the aim of clearing blockages in these meridians.

'Accupuncture' and 'Accupuncturist' are common mis-spellings.