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Acupuncture in Phoenix, AZ

Begin your Journey to wellness today!

At Healing Journeys Acupuncture in Phoenix we believe that Healing is the most important Journey you embark on, and I want to help you find your path to health and wellness. Whether you have a recent injury, chronic pain, sleep problems, digestive problems, emotional problems, reproductive problems, or anything else keeping you from feeling your best, I am here to help.

We are a team in this Journey, and your individualized treatment may involve many forms of Oriental Medicine. In addition to acupuncture, your treatment may include cupping, gua sha, moxabustion, bodywork, herbs, essential oils, nutritional and lifestyle suggestions, breathing or movement exercises, or other self-care to do at home. We will work together to empower you in your Healing Journey, and we are here to help you succeed in finding wellness.

Charmaine Marck a Licensed Acupuncturist who has been a health practitioner since 2002. Finding Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine after years as a massage therapist has given a deeper and more effective healing aspect to her practice.

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Five Acupuncture Points for Summer

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How the NADA protocol helps treat addiction

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