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Posted: Monday, December 19, 2011 11:58 AM

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Though having needles stuck into your skin seems like some form of medieval torture, when done properly, acupuncture can heal you both emotionally and physically. Recover from the holiday rush by refocusing and re-centering yourself with Olympus Center for Holistic & Integrative Medicine. Experience this ancient art without resorting to hugging a porcupine with today's deal of $150 worth of acupuncture for just $35.

Acupuncture is a technique in which fine-gauge filaments, or needles, are inserted into specific points along energetic meridians on the body. Your session will begin with a consultation to discuss your areas of concern followed by a custom acupuncture treatment that will unblock your energy flow pain-free. Acupuncture can be used to treat a variety of issues like pain, fatigue and even digestion problems. The procedure will be performed by Dr. Christopher Trahan who has over 30 years experience and is an expert in the field of eastern medicine.

Located in Chelsea, appointments can be made by calling 212-337-0511. When something just isn't quite right, head to the experts in alternative medicine, Olympus Center for Holistic & Integrative Medicine, not a porcupine.

Highlights

Ancient Chinese technique that as been practiced for thousands of years.
Treats chronic and acute diseases.
Pain free process.
Certified and licensed practitioner, Dr. Christopher Trahan, has over 30 years of experience and is an expert in the field of eastern medicine.

Fine Print

Expires 4/20/2012.
Voucher cannot be redeemed until the day after deal closes.
Must call 212-337-0511 for appointment.
Subject to availability.
Gratuity not included.
May purchase multiple vouchers.
See the fine print that applies to all deals.

• Location: Manhattan

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