Group Acupuncture

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Name: Group Acupuncture
Date: April 17, 2018
Time: 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM EDT
Event Description:
Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese medical practice that continues to be popular in modern times, which can help prevent and treat illness, and leave your body feeling restored. Acupuncture involves inserting fine needles in various acupuncture points of the body along meridian lines. These 12 lines (or major channels) allow energy called Chi to circulate around the body. The Chinese believe blocks or breaks in the flow of Chi in the energetic system will eventually lead to illness in the physical body, but acupuncture helps restore the body’s natural flow of Chi, thereby bringing the body back in balance. Acupuncture in the group setting is growing in popularity because of the low cost and accessibility to new patients. Group acupuncture at the Heit Center is taught by Dr. Allan Bazzoli, M.D., who has been practicing the art and science of both Western Medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine for more than 30 years. Learn more about Dr. Bazzoli at Note: Learn more about Dr. Bazzoli at : In the group setting, participants need to wear loose clothes so that pants and shirts can be rolled above the knees and elbows respectively. Acupuncture points in the lower legs, feet, lower arms and ears are usually stimulated with needle insertion. Acupuncture is very safe with few side effects, most of which occur with the initial insertion of needles. Most patients find the treatment relaxing. The most common across the board benefit for patients include improved sleep patterns, increased energy, and a calmer more balanced feeling for daily life.
The Philip Heit Center for Healthy New Albany
150 W. Main St.
New Albany, OH 43054
Date/Time Information:
4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Contact Information:
Kristina Isenhour 614-685-6345
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