ACUPUNCTURE FOR DIGESTIVE HEALTH – East Asheville on Tunnel Road
Good health begins with good digestion, because digestive health is essential to overall wellbeing.
If you experience embarrassing and painful symptoms of bloating, gas, diarrhea, constipation, and/or acid reflux know that you are not alone. 70 million Americans suffer with digestive disorders. Are you overweight, feel tired all the time, angry, anxious, irritable, depressed or a combination of these things? If any of these conditions apply to you, let me help you. In addition to being physically painful and uncomfortable, digestive disorders can also disrupt your sleep, your mood and your work, as well as your social life.
Call (828) 676-8628 to schedule an appointment – Sunday thru Thursday
960 Tunnel Road, Asheville, NC 28805 United States
Now a part of WellSpring Wellness Center
Ample free parking in off street lot. Wheelchair accessible. Located 5 minutes from downtown Asheville.
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