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Acupuncture at Somerset
Address:
103 Omni Drive
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
 
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Acupuncture at Somerset
103 Omni Drive
Hillsborough, NJ 08844

Contact: Qin Li, M.D.

Phone: 908-500-9013
Fax: 866-668-1583
Email: qinli64@netscape.net
Website(s): www.apersonalmedicalcare.com
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Medical Acupuncture and Internal Medicine Practice Quality Personal Medical Care New Patients Welcomed Convenient Day, Evening and Saturday Hours Qin Li, M.D., Ph.D. Certified Medical Acupuncturist – New York Medical College Acupuncture Training – China Board Certified – Internal Medicine On Staff at Somerset Medical Center and University Medical Center, Princeton Member Somerset County Medical Reserve Corps Dr. Li combines both conventional western medicine with traditional Chinese medicine using acupuncture. This form of treatment can compliment the patient’s medical care and improve the patient’s quality of life. Originating in China about 5,000 years ago, acupuncture is the oldest continuously practiced medical system in the world. Outside of China, in other parts of Asia, Europe and South America acupuncture has been used for about 200 years. In the United States acupuncture has been available since 1972 when an aide of President Nixon was successfully treated in China. Acupuncture is used by nearly one third of the world as a primary health care system and many more as an adjunctive therapy. Well known in the United States for pain relief, acupuncture is effective for a wide variety of problems; and it has been endorsed by the World Health Organization (WHO) of the United Nations and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). These bodies have declared acupuncture as an effective treatment for the following conditions: Addictions Arthritis Back Pain Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Chemotherapy Nausea Depression Digestive Problems Ear Problems Fibromyalgia Frozen Shoulder Headaches Menstrual and Female Disorders Muscle & Joint Paint Neck Pain Post-op Dental Pain Physical Problems Related to Stress, Tension Sinusitus Skin Disorders Stroke Rehabilitation Tennis Elbow Urinary Problems The needles used to stimulate acupuncture points are very slender, barely beyond the thickness of several human hairs. The finest quality solid stainless steel, pre-sterilized, single use, disposable needles are used. For a free consultation ( with copayment) or to make an appointment please call 908-500-9013.
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Health/Wellness/Holistic Healing/Acupuncture
Medical Services - Physicians

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