Meredith Murphy, L.Ac., MaAC, DiplAc
Specializing in Chinese, Japanese, Korean Acupuncture as well as
many other Asian modalities of natural health and healing.
The Healing Point - Acupuncture and Wholistic Health Center
215 W. Church Road, Suite 112, King of Prussia, PA 19406 · 610-265-1827
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ACUPUNCTURE CAN SAFELY AND EFFECTIVELY TREAT MANY CHRONIC CONDITIONS.
ADD & ADHD
Depression & Anxiety
Frequent Colds and Flus
Headaches and Migraines
High Blood Pressure
Indigestion and Nausea
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Pain - acute or chronic
Pregnancy (morning sickness, etc.)
Repetitive Stress Injury
Click here to find out if acupuncture is for you and about those "not so scary" needles.
We offer a myriad of Acupuncture and Asian Healing services for our patients.
Three different traditions of acupuncture are utilized here- Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. These techniques all stem from the same root, and have evolved into distinct forms of treatment.
Cupping is an adjunctive technique used most commonly for muscle pain and tightness.
Ear Candling is the use of special conical candles in the ear to remove excess wax build up, open and drain the sinuses, restore equilibrium, and other ear related disorders. Click here to read more about it.
Electro-acupuncture has become widely used as an effective way to treat pain. By adding micro-current to the acupuncture points, the muscles and painful area relax and the Qi flows more smoothly. Just as with traditional acupuncture, needles are inserted in patient- specific points on the body to which a device is connected. The device genereates an electric pulse through small clips attached to the needles. Most patients feel a tingling sensation, some patients do not feel anything at all. Please feel free to discuss any specific concerns about electro-acupuncture with the acupuncturist.
FACIAL REJUVENATION ACUPUNCTURE
Also known as cosmetic acupuncture, acupuncture facials, or an acupuncture face lift. Click here for to read more about it.
NUTRITION and ACUPUNCTURE
For patients seeking alternatives to dieting, a combination of acupuncture, Chinese and Western Nutrition and lifestyle modifications are utilized to create lasting health solutions.
PEDIATRICS and ACUPUNCTURE
Children can receive acupuncture treatments and Tuina pediatric massage for almost any childhood illness. Children can be treated for chronic ear infections, headaches, stomach aches, ADHD, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and most other symptoms. Please discuss with the acupuncturist if acupuncture can benefit your child.
Acupuncture has been proven effective for treating many types of addictive habits from eating to smoking to drugs and alcohol. Meredith Murphy has devised a proven 8 treatment smoking cessation program that lasts about 3-4 weeks. When someone signs up for the package of treatments, they qualify for a special discount. Please call the office or fill out a contact sheet to request specific information on the program and to ask any questions you may have.
Sports Acupuncture provides a unique way to address different muscular-skeletal problems. Whether you are experiencing pain or have an injury resulting from extensive training, overuse or a simple mishap - a sports acupuncturist can take care of the problem using methods different from the traditional Western therapies. Treatments are effective, relaxing and frequently produce immediate results - a combination that will get you back into your game pain free and full of energy.
ABOUT THE ACUPUNTURIST
Meredith Murphy is a licensed acupuncturist in the state of Pennsylvania and certified as a Diplomate of Acupuncture by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). She received her Master of Acupuncture degree from the New England School of Acupuncture in Massachusetts, the oldest school of acupuncture in the country and a leader in the field of traditional Asian medicine. Meredith has been classically trained in Japanese and Chinese acupuncture, as well as additional training in pediatric insertive and non-insertive acupuncture, Korean acupuncture, Five Element acupuncture, and Tuina massage. Over the course of two years, she has studied Facial Rejuvenation with Virginia Doran, using acupuncture as an alternative to facial cosmetic surgery.
Meredith is active in the community and in the forefront of public education about acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. She has been on TV shows such as Healthwatch on the CBS 11 o’clock news and Tea With Sherri, as well as in national and local publications such as Running Times magazine and Philadelphia Style magazine. You may also be able to catch her at one of the many local health fairs in the area.
Meredith Murphy is part of the Health and Wellness Network
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