Want to know where to go when it comes to acupuncture spots in New York City? Here are the top-rated acupuncture offerings in the city, based on data from Yelp, Facebook and ClassPass (a monthly membership that provides access to thousands of different fitness studios, gyms and wellness offerings).
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City Acupuncture of New York
139 Fulton St., 208, Financial District
"We opened City Acupuncture in 2008 with one simple mission: to make acupuncture a part of mainstream American health care," the business says on its Yelp page. "To accomplish this mission, we have drastically lowered the cost, increased our availability and cut a lot of the unnecessary (and frankly, uncomfortable) excess from the modern acupuncture experience. We don't push a lifestyle philosophy, we aren't running a fancy spa and we don't pretend to be gurus — we are just acupuncturists with a lot of experience, who believe strongly that acupuncture should be available for everyone."
Take a look at reviews of City Acupuncture of New York's services on ClassPass here.
759 Fulton St., Fort Greene
"The venue is a relaxing and peaceful oasis in Brooklyn to bring yourself back to who you are," explains the business's profile on ClassPass. "You are welcome to take off your shoes, have tea, drink mint flavor water, release your pain and speak your truth."
Established in 2010, the business says on its Yelp page that it's "here to support you with your overall well-being" through the use of acupuncture, essential oil therapeutic massage and reiki.
Check out reviews of Ommmango Wellness's services on ClassPass here.
Chung Ying Physical Therapy & Acupuncture
315 W. 57th St., Suite 302, Hell's Kitchen
With 673 fans on Facebook, Chung Ying Physical Therapy & Acupuncture has garnered plenty of local fans.
"Founded in 2009, Chung Ying Physical Therapy & Acupuncture is a clinic dedicated to improving individuals' health through physical therapy and alternative methods — acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine," according to the business's profile on ClassPass. "It holds a team of physical therapists and acupuncturists that are New York state-licensed and continuously attend educational courses that help them keep their knowledge and skills up to date."
See what people are saying about Chung Ying Physical Therapy & Acupuncture's offerings on ClassPass here.
Manhattan Total Health
381 Park Ave. South, Suite 428, Midtown
With 255 fans on Facebook, Manhattan Total Health holds its own among the competition.
"Manhattan Total Health is a full-service physical medicine and rehabilitation facility offering physical therapy, sports medicine, chiropractic care, acupuncture and medical massage therapy," states the business's profile on ClassPass. "They take a holistic approach to help you regain full mobility and function and treat conditions such as back pain, neck and shoulder tension, sports injuries, sciatica, arthritis and much more."
See what people are saying about Manhattan Total Health's offerings on ClassPass here.
201 E. 56th St., Floor 2, Midtown
"Acupuncture Remedies is a local holistic healing center serving patients in the New York City area through the art of acupuncture," the business say on its Yelp page. "While our team specializes in women's health and fertility, we also treat a wide variety of (often interrelated) emotional and physical ailments like insomnia, migraines, TMJ, asthma, acne and digestive disorders."
Learn more about Acupuncture Remedies' services on ClassPass here.
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