Acupuncture Techniques by Physical Therapists in Boston, MA

Energy channels are accessed by stimulating acupuncture points with negative and positive pressure, electricity, and massage. The specific techniques are Gwa Sha massage, cupping, acupressure, and electric stimulation using point electrodes. We do not perform needling. Our acupuncture techniques may be used as an adjunct to regular physical therapy treatment.

For traditional acupuncture, we refer our patients to Stas Gavronski, M.S., Lic. Ac of Acupuncture Specialties Group.

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