Acupuncture Health Care Center

The Natural way to achieve your best health care in NYC.

Tel: 212-996-2988
330 E 85 St. Suite C (Btw 1st and 2nd Ave.)New York, NY 10028

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               Acupuncture is an ancient medical healing art which has been used for over 2,500 years in china. It is based on belief that health is determined by a balanced flow of Qi,the vital life energy present in all living organisms. Thisenergy is said to circulate throughout the body along spe-cific pathways(meridians).Health is maintained, but oncethe energy pathways are blocked, pain and illness occur as the result of a disrupted free flow of Qi.Through acupuncture, body, mind, spirit balance can be res-tored with the insertion of hair thin sterile disposable needlesat specific points on energy meridians on the body throughwhich Qi flows, accessing Qi to stimulate the person’s ownself-healing ability.

Acupuncture FAQ

What is acupuncture?

Acupuncture is an ancient art of holistic healing, which considers that illness is the result

of an imbalance of the body’s natural energy. The aim of the treatment is to rebalance the body’s energy, restoring health and well-being

Acupuncture is recognized by the National Institutes of Health ( NIH) and the World Health Organization(WHO) to be effective in promoting many systems illness.

How does acupuncture work?

Acupuncture works with the natural vital force/energy (Qi) inherent within all living things to promote the body’s ability to heal itself. According to the theory of Chinese

Medicine , “Qi” circulates through pathways called meridians (or channels). Each meridian is associated with specific organs and glands. Like rivers that transport life-

giving water to nourish the land, plants and people. Meridians transport vital Qi to nourish and energize every cell, organ, gland, tissue and muscle.

Is Acupuncture safe?

Acupuncture is extremely safe, Ying Natural Health Care Center uses single-use sterilized disposable needles so there is virtually no risk of contamination.

Does it hurt?

Because the needles are not much thicker than a hair, treatments are generally painless.

After the needle is inserted, you many experience a vague numbness, heaviness and

Tingling. Sometimes people notice a sensation of energy spreading around the needle.


• Acupuncture

• Chinese Herbal Medicine

• Acupressure

• Tui-Na Therapy

• Moxibustion

• Cupping & Gua Sha Therapy

• Reflexology

• Meridian Diagnosis
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