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From everyday stress, to insomnia, to physical aches and pains - our Practitioner Phil Veneziano, M.S., L.Ac. has specialized training and experience to keep you healthy. 


Even more extensively - for the physically active man, it is not unusual to stress or damage muscles from over or underactivity. Maybe you didn't stretch properly before leaving home? Perhaps you started your workout when you were fatigued?


Beyond the accidental injury, or the aches and stiffness that occur in everyday life, sometimes pain just "shows up" after a long day at work!


Most pain resolves on its own, but sometimes injuries have a way of hanging on.


Clinical studies have proven that Acupuncture treatment decreases healing time, strengthens injured areas, and works to prevent reoccurrence. 

  • Bulging Disk
  • Spinal Compression or Rotation
  • Piriformis Syndrome
  • Osteopenia, Osteoporosis
  • Twisted Joints (wrists, fingers, ankles, feet, toes, knees)
  • Cruciate Ligaments
  • Meniscus Tears
  • Tennis / Golf Elbow
  • Arthritis, Bursitis
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Rotator Cuff Tears
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Fitness Support for the Beginning Athlete

Starting a new fitness program is both exciting and challenging.


We suggest coming in for a basic assessment and treatment, before starting in with any new plan.


This Includes:


Musculoskeletal & Internal System Assessments

  • Range of Motion, Flexibility, Gait, Pulse Rate


Dietary & Lifestyle Recommendations

  • Multi-level Nutritional Planning so that your diet choices include adequate and appropriate "fuel" for your new workout.


Sleep Regulation & Stress Reduction

  • Treatment to promote rest, sleep and deep relaxation.

  • All three are physically necessary so that your muscles can repair, rebuild and strengthen after exercising.


Treatment of Chronic or Intermittent Injuries

  • It is best to identify and treat potential problems early on.

  • An injured body can develop compensatory physical habits, causing the interruption of a new program.

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