Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at Pacific College of Oriental Medic

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Don’t forget to grab some referral cards next visit, give them to your friends and family, they get their paperwork fee waived and you get $5 towards your next treatment) not valid with any other discount or deal, New clients only, must bring card with them on their visit.

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Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine :

Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine

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Mayo Mercedes Wardle L.Ac ., Dipl. OM studied Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, the Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine in the Peoples Republic of China, and graduated with a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine from Southwest College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in New Mexico.  She is a licensed acupuncturist in Arizona, and a nationally certified Diplomate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.  Mayo uses a gentle technique that combines her studies in Chinese and Japanese acupuncture styles.  Mayo is passionate about healthcare being affordable and accessible to all people. She opened Phoenix Community Acupuncture in 2011 in order to do just that.  Her particular interests are pain, emotional syndromes, and women’s health.  In her spare time Mayo is chasing after her daughter, dancing, and thinking she’s funny.

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In Asia, acupuncture has traditionally been practiced in a group setting rather than in private treatment rooms. In the United States, private treatments typically cost between $60-120 per session, which is more than most people can afford, and insurance coverage for acupuncture is often limited. Acupuncture is most effective when received frequently until your health improves. Our sliding scale allows you to come in often enough to see positive results. We practice highly effective and gentle methods of acupuncture in which we select points on the limbs, head, and ears to treat patients who are fully clothed. So, we ask you to please wear loose clothing so that we can roll sleeves and pantlegs up as necessary. Patients can then relax comfortably in their recliner for the course of the treatment. It is not uncommon to fall asleep and wake feeling refreshed. For more information please visit www.phoenixcommunityacupuncture.com

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