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  • Upright Acupuncture & Wellness moves to new location

    DOVER – Upright Acupuncture & Wellness has officially opened up the doors of its new clinic and wellness center at 14 Chestnut Street in downtown Dover.
     
    Upright Acupuncture & Wellness treats modern-day issues with a proven medicine that has been refined over thousands of years.  Combining Acupuncture with Massage Therapy, Herbal Medicine, Cupping, GuaSha and Moxibustion, they are able to create treatment plans that are tailored to each person for maximum benefit.
     
    The hours at the new location will be Tuesday through Friday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
     
    The practice is owned by licensed acupuncturists and massage therapists Marielle Ceresa and Andrew Clark, who met while studying acupuncture and hospital medicine in Beijing, China.  After returning to the US and graduating from the Master's and Doctoral programs at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York City, they started working in both community-room and individual-patient clinics in Manhattan and Brooklyn and eventually opened a private practice in Brooklyn. In 2019 they moved to Dover and opened Upright Acupuncture & Wellness, LLC.
     
    “We are both trained in a wide array of acupuncture techniques, allowing us to fit the session to the specific needs of each patient,” says Clark. “Some people respond best to gentle, easeful care and some conditions respond most quickly to a stronger approach. The important thing is to find the right technique and treatment plan for each person.”
     
    Each session starts with a detailed conversation and diagnosis and the time will be taken to explain what is going on and to discuss treatment options.  Among the many conditions they have successfully treated are low back and neck pain, muscle and tendon injury, spasm and neuromuscular disorders, postural imbalance, migraines and headaches, digestive disorders, addiction and craving, stress and anxiety, asthma, allergies, respiratory and cardiovascular issues, reproductive health and pregnancy related complaints. They are also able to integrate with medical doctors to augment the treatments of cancer and post-stroke rehabilitation.
     
    For more information visit www.uprightacupuncture.com or call (603) 686-8069.
     
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