- Baltimore Acupuncture LLC1501 Sulgrave Avenue, Suite 310
Baltimore, MD 21209
“When I first started seeing her I had hip pain, groin pain, leg pain and back pain. I had been to see many Doctors who were doing nothing to fix my pain. The only thing they could offer me was pain meds, which I could not take. The relief I... Read more »
“On several occasions I felt so worn that I almost decided I would not be able to make it to my appointment. I am glad I did though because she was always able to address my needs for the day and I inevitably left energized, happier, and at peace. The... Read more »
“My treatments allowed me to get past my anger and hurt associated with losing my job, better focus and maintain my good health. I always left my treatment feeling relaxed and confident I could tackle whatever was dealt to me during the week.” K.R.
Relaxed and Confident was... Read more »
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