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Acupuncturists in Connecticut (CT)
“I enjoy helping people of all ages. I enjoy helping you with pain, injuries, stress, hypertension, PMS, fertility, menopause, and many other health concerns. My specialties are pain and stress relief, fertility and pregnancy, and Acupuncture Facelifts. Treatments with me speed up the healing process and reduce inflammation. Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine rejuvenate you -- making you look, feel and be younger. I look forward to helping you. Call today to set up your appointment...
“I am committed to treating the whole body and spirit in a nurturing and supportive environment. Everyone is unique and I honor the special set of circumstances that has brought you to where you are today. Through Acupuncture and Herbs, I am dedicated to treating issues at the source and bringing the body back into balance as nature intended.
“Dr. Peter Zilahy has been practicing complementary medicine for the past 30 years. He has an extensive knowledge in functional neurology and medicine along with acupuncture and clinical nutrition. Dr. Zilahy prides himself in being “ahead of the curve” when it comes to natural methods. For example, in the early eighties he was advising patients to stay away from transfatty acids and lowering cholesterol when a cholesterol reading of 300 was normal. In 1989 he was one of the first practioners in the state to implement an exercise center for spinal conditions when the standard of care was bedrest.
“The fundamental goal of naturopathic medicine is to stimulate the innate healing power of the human body. My foremost intention as a Naturopathic physician and licensed acupuncturist, is to guide patients in the creation of environments where the body can heal. Treatment plans are based upon the individual patient and may consist of any combination of the following: acupuncture, bio-identical hormone replacement, dietary changes, fish oils, herbal medicine, specific nutrients, homeopathy, lifestyle changes, counseling, visualization exercises, stress reduction strategies, exercise, and/or hydrotherapy.
“As a naturopathic physician and acupuncturist I practice family medicine, meaning I have experience treating patients of all ages, from newborn infants to those over 100 years old! I have experience treating a vast array of medical conditions with both naturopathic and chinese medicine, and choose either the best style for each individual, or a combined approach depending on the patient's preference, and what I think is best suited for them. I really enjoy applying the foundations of natural medicine to each patient, and have found the results to be nothing short of amazing!
“Boaz, or "Bo" as he is most often called, received an M.S. in acupuncture and an M.S. in oriental medicine from the Tri-State College of Acupuncture in New York City, one of the oldest schools of acupuncture and oriental medicine in the U.S. Boaz provides acupuncture services that treat: Muscles, bone and joints injuries, Pain, Headaches/Migraines, Women's Health Issues, Infertility, Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Skin problems, Facial Rejuvenation, Digestion problems (including constipation) Allergies, Immune dysfunction, Weight Management, Addiction, Unresponsive conditions to other forms of care, Health and Well-being maintenance & enhancement. Call for complimentary consultation.
“Nicknamed as "The Magic Hands" by my patients, I am a Christian acupuncturist who has been blessed by the LORD with healing talents. I was trained by both Chinese masters in Hong Kong and the United States. I am the only practitioner who combines acupuncture, stress management, meridians body work, floral tea, and oriental diet in each patient visit. Chinese physical medicine from my grandmother allows me to enjoy great success rates in treating pain. I discharged a patient with neck pain after only one visit, and another patient experiences no more back pain and restless legs after 3 treatments.
“I focus on empowering patients to address all of their health concerns in the context of holistic wellness, using all of the traditional modalities of Asian medicine. My initial intake involves a comprehensive ninety-minute assessment and Chinese pulse diagnosis, during which we will discover the health initiatives which are most important to you, and prioritize them together according to your diagnosed imbalances. Using an integral approach involving acupuncture, wellness counseling, herbs, and often shiatsu bodywork therapy and Japanese moxibustion, we can successfully address all components of nearly any health challenge: body, mind and spirit.
“There is an alternative! I believe most people are capable of adding more years to their life, and more life to their years if only given the proper information, treatment, guidance, and attention. It is our multi-disciplinary approach and individualized protocols that help us get results that often no one else can. Genetics may set the stage, but lifestyle will often write the script for our health. The goal is to continually improvise our script to promote better health. Come in, and together, we will create a high-quality, affordable, health care protocol, that will change your life.
“People come to my office with a variety of complaints. Generally they feel unwell or off balance. Many are attempting to conceive, Many are in pain. I use the ancient system of Chinese medicine to diagnose and treat my patient's ailments. I am nationally certified as an Oriental Medicine practitioner by the NCCAOM and FABORM and lisenced to practice in CT and NY. I have been practicing since 1998. I provide personalized care in a quiet, peaceful setting. My office is handicap accessible. Treatments are tailored to your specific needs and my approach is gentle, compassionate, and effective.
“My mission is to aid in the self healing, balance and expression of the fullness of the human experience of my patients through nature, acupuncture, herbal medicine and the healing arts. I am here to work in partnership with you to help you find the tools to maintain healing, balance and awareness of your own body, mind and soul.
“I love Chinese medicine and our healing arts of qigong, acupuncture and herbal medicine because these are natural and gentle, as well as empowering. Most importantly, though, people find ease and relief from conditions that have often been very difficult for a long time, and where western medicine has not been able to help. I enjoy treating people of all ages with a very wide variety of problems, but also specialize in women's health. It's a great joy to see everyone get results and make amazing and positive life changes toward good health.
“A typical visit with me will consist of an Acupuncture treatment 20 to 40 min, with some dietary recommendation. A course of treatments consist of 8 to 12 visits. The majority of my patients come in for Pain, Neurological disorders, GI disorders, Gynecological disorders, motional and psychological disorders, Respiratory disorders and addiction. I also do a lot of supportive care for other chronic issues.
“In my practice I strive to awaken the physician within each patient. To that end I emphasize the importance of daily self-maintenance in a way that takes into account individual limitations and experiences. The focus of each treatment is on correcting imbalances that contribute to the symptoms that the patient is experiencing. The overall goal of continuing treatments is to help each individual recognize how daily experiences can have a negative and/or positive impact on the balance of their health. Awareness of potential imbalances is the first step toward improving the overall quality of life.
“I obtained my Master's of Acupuncture from the University of Bridgeport, where I received the Director's Award For Outstanding Achievement and Scholarship In the Field of Acupuncture. I am also a Diplomat of Acupuncture awarded by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (NCCAOM).
“I am a NCCAOM certified and licensed acupuncturist, practicing in both Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine for over 25 years. I aim to use my knowledge to help patients to reach a higher quality of life, and bring joy into their life, as they do mine.
“Do you suffer from chronic or acute pain? Want to avoid surgery if possible? Looking for alternative treatments for overall better health, stress reduction, smoking cessation, weight management? These are some of the top reasons people contact me. I practiced in China for 10 years as a surgeon & acupuncturist before coming to the US to practice acupuncture for the past 30+ years in Westport, CT. Over the years, I have developed a loyal client base, with over 90% of new patients from previous or current client referrals, which indicates patient satisfaction with my services.
“Offering treatments that combine Acupuncture, Reiki, Chinese medical massage, Eastern dietary therapy, Qi Gong/Yoga and numerous adjunctive techniques, I am able to individualize your session to meet your specific needs. My training has developed an understanding of health care from both biomedical and Traditional Chinese Medicine perspectives. My treatments maintain a strong focus on self-care and patient education. In this way, I return healthcare to the hands of the individual, supporting patients in the pursuit of their own best health. I have found wellness to be a process, rather than a destination- and one with limitless possibilities.
“Our acupuncture practice, Mayflower Acupuncture LLC, specializes in preventive and early intervention medical strategies through acupuncture and herbs. We treat head, body and organ pain originating from muscles, nerves, women's issues and emotional stress. We are committed to Connecticut health care reform through primary care treatment, health promotion, providing patient education and by encouraging self responsibility. Your first visit begins with an in-depth assessment of your condition and your initial treatment. At your request, the treatment may include the appropriate combination of gentle needling therapy, manipulation and massage and therapeutic electro-magnetic heat.
Acupuncture in Connecticut (CT) - 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. Connecticut (CT) 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.
Credentials for Connecticut (CT) licensed acupuncturists?
A licensed acupuncturist in Connecticut (CT) needs a minimum of two years college education and must complete three years of professional training and pass the State's approved licensing examination. The three year program includes both theory and hands-on clinical practice. Most States' professional training programs are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM) and by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).