Affordable Acupuncture Greeted with Open Arms by Scottsdale and Phoenix
Traditional healthcare's uncertain future and rising costs open the door for viable affordable
alternative care. Affordable Acupuncture Scottsdale answers the call.
(PRWEB) November 29, 2009 -- Affordable Acupuncture, LLC opened in Scottsdale in June of this year (2009)
and has been met with enthusiasm and gratitude. Its increasing popularity and rapid success can be attributed to
two things, need and cost. "As far as I’m concerned" explains Naomi Richman, Affordable Acupuncture's
founder and president “this is the future of medicine.”
Nancy Green, a Phoenix resident, agrees. She says that Affordable Acupuncture has made a tremendous
difference in her quality of life. “I have had stomach pain for years. I had been to doctors. They ran test after
test and had no answers. Acupuncture took my pain away completely in less than a month. All told, I spent less
Karen Frank has a similar story. “My sciatic pain was so bad that I couldn’t sit at my desk for more than 10
minutes without wanting to cry. Four acupuncture treatments later, I have no pain.” Frank had also been through
the traditional Western medical route. “I spent thousands of dollars on co-pays and pills that didn’t really help.
The doctors wanted to operate, so I looked for an alternative.” Frank explains. “I only wish I had tried
[acupuncture first.” Frank's total $160.
Acupuncture has been rapidly gaining popularity in the United States over the past two decades. And although,
preliminary studies show that this ancient healing art is much less expensive than traditional Western medical care
(and pales in comparison to hospital care), it is infrequently covered by insurance and can add up if extended care
“The fact is, acupuncturists can see multiple patients per hour without sacrificing quality of care,” says Richman.
“Once the needles are in, patients rest for 20-40 minutes on the table…alone…I don’t think it’s necessa