Bill Weinstein, L.Ac. will be speaking at the Saugerties Public Library this coming Monday, December 9, from 6:00-8:00 PM.
Acupuncture, including a recent development commonly referred to “dry needling,” grows from an ancient lineage with branches in many cultures. Several thousand years of recorded practice demonstrate its efficacy and its safety. How does it work? A modern understanding of the nervous system has begun to elucidate the actual mechanisms underlying acupuncture’s action. “A Modern View of Acupuncture” will provide an overview of the history, practice, and physiology of acupuncture and its latter-day descendent, dry needling.
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William Weinstein, L.Ac. has been an acupuncturist for more than eleven years. He has written about acupuncture for publications as diverse as Hudson Valley Business Journal and European Journal of Oriental Medicine.
William Weinstein, M.S., L.Ac., Dipl. NCCAOM
William Weinstein, Licensed Acupuncturist
3 Cherry Hill Road, Suite A (at Performance Sports & Wellness), New Paltz NY 12561.
Integrated Systemic Dry Needling for Sports Injuries and Trauma Rehabilitation
William Weinstein, L.Ac., Licensed Acupuncturist (located at Performance Sports and Wellness with Dr. David Ness), is now certified in Integrative Systemic Dry Needling for Sports Injuries and Trauma Rehabilitation by the American Dry Needling Institute. Dr. Yun-tao Ma, institute director, is an internationally respected expert in the field, teaching in Europe and China as well as the U.S. Dry needling is currently a sought-after treatment modality in use by professional and Olympic athletes around the world. See www.weinsteinacu.com for more information or call 845-255-2070. Find information about dry needling at http://dryneedlingcourse.com/.
I love treating people who want to stop smoking.
The jury is out regarding the across-the-board effectiveness of acupuncture in helping smokers give it up. The jury is also out on the use of pharmaceuticals. Acupuncture can be an effective non-pharmacologic strategy, yet society deems drug therapies mainstream, and doctors continue to prescribe them, despite documented adverse effects and mixed results.
Acupuncture can help the individual bridge the gap between addiction and being nicotine-free. Stress is intrinsic to smoking addiction, whether underlying the urge to pick up a smoke or the fear and anxiety involved in breaking the habit. Acupuncture is inherently relaxing; it enables the body to recover from stress.
The initial treatment in my office takes about an hour and fifteen minutes. Follow-ups are one hour. If you want to stop smoking, you will find an acupuncture treatment a useful tool and a surprisingly pleasant experience.
Please call 845-255-1200 for a free consultation so I can help you through the process of quitting cigarettes.
William Weinstein, M.S., L.Ac., is a licensed acupuncturist in private practice in New Paltz and Manhattan. A diplomate in acupuncture of the National Certification Commission on Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, he holds a Master of Science degree from Tri-State College of Acupuncture and Master of Arts in Psychology from the New School for Social Research. He is former Interim Director of Clinical Training of Tri-State College of Acupuncture in New York City.
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