November – February ~ Winter Wellness Special

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:: Winter Season Wellness Special :: 

50% Off all Services.

Thats $50 New Patient First Visits (regularly $100) and $40 Follow Up Visits (Regularly $80).



Do you suffer from pain, sleep problems or depression?  Do you just want to feel better, finally?  Do you want to have more energy?  Do you want to stay well this winter and avoid all the germs which you caught every one of last winter?  Do you want to stop paying taxes forever?

If this is you, we can help – with everything but the taxes.

Every day we help people heal from chronic and acute pain. Every day we help people leave insomnia and sleep disturbance problems behind.  And every day we help people harmonize and minimize the stress, anxiety and depression that come after us every day -especially in the winter.

Acupuncture solves these problems and many more – and it also prevents them.  Many people come in for “Seasonal Tune-Ups” and swear that with a little maintenance they just don’t get sick like their other friends.

Whether you’ve never tried Acupuncture before or if its your main health care solution, now is the perfect time to put some love into your health or the health of a loved one.

Longview Acupuncture is offering an incredible winter wellness special from now through February 1st.  50% off all services.  Thats right.  $50 for New Patient Visits (regularly $100) and $40 for Follow Up Visits (regularly $80).

Now you can get the Acupuncture you need to get on top of your health goals and get on with making your dreams happen.

Let us help you get well, stay well and feel good…every day.


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Saturday October 28th~NCSAAM WalkaThon Is Happening

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This saturday, October 28 2017, the North Carolina Society for Acupuncture and Asian Medicine (NCSAAM) is hosting its second annual walk-a-thon in Raleigh to raise awareness about Acupuncture and Asian Medicine.  The 5k walk will navigate through downtown Raleigh, around the State Capitol and through the Central Business District areas.

The North Carolina Society of Acupuncture and Asian Medicine’s mission is to promote the highest standards of professional practice for Acupuncture and East Asian Medicine in North Carolina. The Association provides its members, the public, and policymakers, resources for ensuring the preservation and advancement of the art, science, and practice of East Asian Medicine. 

If you’d like to donate funds to support Acupuncture and Asian Medicine in North Carolina, please access the NCSAAM’s Event Donation Page.