Community Acupuncture Clinic

An Effective Introduction to the Wealth of Chinese Medicine




The purpose of the clinic



The Community Acupuncture Clinic is an effective introduction to the wealth of Chinese medicine.

The purpose of this Clinic is to make acupuncture more accessible and affordable for more people.


WHAT HAPPENS

During the 30 minute session, as you are seated in a comfortable chair, a few tiny, sterilized, disposable needles will be applied to areas of your body, e.g. arms, hands, legs, feet.

You will relax for about 20 minutes and enjoy the gentle healing sensations as your body deeply relaxes and heals from its daily stressors.

WHAT TO WEAR

Please wear loose, comfortable clothing so we have access to your feet and legs up to the knee, and your hands and arms up to the elbow.

FEE/PAYMENTS

The 30-minute session will cost $25.00. Cash, checks and credit cards are accepted.

An additional one-time $10 fee at the first appointment covers paperwork.

Ruth Dalphin, L.Ac., Dipl.Ac. has practiced Chinese medicine for over 25 years and is state licensed and national board certified.

All TREATMENTS ARE NATURAL, PLEASANT and HOLISTIC


Clinic Hours:

Wednesdays, 12:00 to 2:00 pm

Call

856-985-8320 Monday-Thursday to schedule your appointment.

Location:

Associates for Asian Healing Arts

The Pavilions at Greentree,
Suite 306

651 Route 73 North
Marlton, NJ 08053


In this clinic

the following conditions may be treated:
Allergies, Anxiety, Ashma, Depression, Heartburn, Insomnia, Menopausal symptoms, Pain Management, Sprains, Strains, Stress, Stop smoking, Tension Headaches, and Weight Management.



PROFESSOR JIN-HUAG WANG was an expert on ancient Chinese calligraphy. The above character means "massage" and dates back thousands of years. He believed that Asian bodywork is the mother of Chinese medicine.

Chinese Medicine


herbs

Chinese treatments typically used with acupuncture are: moxibustion, Chinese herbs, liniments, guasha, bodywork, and qigong.

Holistic



"I work as a team member with my patients, encouraging them to find and understand their own body's wisdom, while giving them sources for learning more."  --Ruth