Acupuncture In Cornelius, NC

At Best Acupuncture, we take the natural approach to healthcare, and our focus is to determine and treat the root cause of illness rather than treating just the symptoms. Each patient is viewed as an individual whose well-being is affected by lifestyle, nutrition, emotions, attitude, environment and more.  Your healthcare needs are as unique as your fingerprints.

This approach has led us to deliver over 50,000 treatments since our doors opened in 2002.  Back pain, neck and shoulder pain, menopausal issues, fertility, anxiety, allergies, migraines are among the conditions that have been treated successfully in our clinic.  Our acupuncturists bring decades of experience to help you achieve your health goals.

Over the years, we have built strong relationships with western physicians as well as alternative/complementary practitioners.  We believe that combining Traditional Chinese Medicine with whatever other modalities of healthcare you utilize, will allow you to better achieve optimum health.

Upon entering Best Acupuncture, you will experience each staff member as part of your healing team. We encourage the formation of a personalized, respectful and trusting long-term healing relationship. Our acupuncturists are highly skilled in the art and science of healing, and believe in empowering each patient with knowledge and confidence. Using a holistic approach, we listen to the needs of the whole person and  empower our patients through education. We look forward to exploring your health and wellness needs.

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