Founded in 1989 by Kathleen T. Poole, Mystic River Acupuncture is conveniently located in City of Groton near I-95, Route 1, and Thames Street. Our clinic offers Chinese Herbs, Acupuncture, Therapeutic Massage, and N.A.E.T. (Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Technique).
Mystic River Acupuncture is the first Chinese Medical clinic to serve Southeastern Connecticut.
For thousands of years, Chinese Medicine has been used to alleviate symptoms for a wide range of disorders. This ancient medicine will help you manage physical symptoms, keep your mental equilibrium, and maintain a healthy immune system.
Chinese Medicine is a safe and effective way to treat physical, mental, and emotional aspects of your being. It is good prevention and helps you heal faster when you are ill or injured.
At Mystic River Acupuncture we only use sterile one-use disposable needles. Acupuncture needles are hair thin. Although you may feel some sensation of Qi upon insertion, acupuncture generally is not painful. You can also benefit from non-needling methods such as cupping, moxibustion, magnet therapy, guasha or shonishin.
Mystic River Acupuncture provides care in private sessions by appointment as well as in our Community Acupuncture Clinic. We have a full service Asian Apothecary on the premises. We offer several types of therapeutic massage.
We are always happy to discuss your health with you. You can stop by any time to visit our office and meet the staff. We welcome you to our clinic and look forward to working with you.
YOUR HOLISTIC MEDICINE CABINET?
Mystic River Acupuncture and Everything Zen are collaborating once again.
On Nov. 22 at Everything Zen (at 495 Gold Star highway, Suite 320) Kathleen will talk about what a well stocked holistic medicine cabinet might contain.
Call 860-861-8978 to reserve your spot for Friday, Nov. 22.
If you go to the acupuncturist and you are afraid of needles, what happens?
Kathleen tells Suzette and Tricia about non-needle techniques on the Comcast show Mystic Matters, now on YouTube.
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Thursdays noon-3pm & most Saturdays 9am-noon.
Community Clinic will be closed Nov 21 and 23 for Thanksgiving weekend. Community Acupuncture patients may schedule during regular business hours Mon-Tues that week for a fee of $50.
We now have a sliding scale from $35-$50.
Minimum $40 for credit cards.
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