- Acuharmony Acupuncture440 Main Street suite 6 2nd fl
Stoneham, MA 02180
and Shoulder Center
840 Winter Street
Waltham, MA 02451
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Tue 7am - 1pm Thu 7am - 1pm781-205-4019 for Waltham Office appts only
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Thank you Sung for literally changing my life for the better! About 6 years ago I reached out to Sung because I had severe pain in my feet from running cross country. I also was experiencing stomach pains every time I ate due to a severe gluten and dairy intolerance.... Read more »I have neuropathy in the feet from diabetes for several years now it is quite severe. Have also experience numbness in the right hand down to the fingers for short time. I also had intermittent dizzy spells with no apparent reason even after the MRI. After acupuncture my neuropathy is... Read more »During June of 2002 I first lost my periperhal vision. Then a couple weeks later I lost complete vision. After a brain biopsy it was true that I had 2 Lesions of inflammation on my occipital lobe. After visiting with about 20 to 30 neurologist. the cause is still unknown.... Read more »
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