Acupuncture In Stamford, CT

Herbal Medicine

Eileen Karn L.Ac.

ACUPUNCTURE – DISCOVER ITS POWER
To Deliver the Healing Solution to Pain and Injury
To Balance and De-Stress for the Healthiest You
Gentle, personalized care by Eileen Karn, Licensed Acupuncturist

If you are new to acupuncture, I will explain all aspects of your care and help you understand how acupuncture can work for you. My gentle needling style and explanations at every stage of the treatment will put you at ease.

“In my 30+ years experience as an acupuncturist, I have seen how the power of acupuncture can change your life. Everyday I have the thrill of seeing dramatic improvements in acute and chronic conditions as a result of the proper application of Acupuncture and Natural Medicine.”

Acupuncture – Discover its Power:

  • Resolves Chronic and Acute Pain
  • Relieves Stress, Anxiety, and Insomnia
  • Accelerates Recovery from Injuries
  • Builds Immunity
  • Assists with Nicotine and Medication Withdrawal
  • Heals Digestive Disorders
  • Enhances Sports Performance
  • Increases Natural Fertility
  • Achieves Longevity
  • Balances Hormones

WANT TO FIND OUT IF OUR SERVICES ARE RIGHT FOR YOU?

FREE 15 minute phone consult with Eileen Karn, L.Ac.
Call 203-353-8811 to set up your free consultation.


Testimonials

“Eileen is a true healer. Her peaceful presence, combined with her powerful insight and skill, raised my body’s ability to cope with stress and brought serenity and light into my mind. She is absolutely wonderful. I highly recommend her for any and all treatments she offers.” – L.C., age 40

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“Very professional, insightful, caring, confident.” – Peter Deutsch, age 44

“Expert, calming influence.” – Andrea Zacher, age 47


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