Hudson River Acupuncture Opens on Benedict Avenue

Q: Does acupuncture hurt? A: No! In fact, Chinese medicine has been shown to be effective in treating conditions from allergies to arthritis, infertility to insomnia, chronic pain to post-stroke rehabilitation.

It is often more effective than Western medicine in treating conditions that Western medicine considers incurable. Chinese medicine operates at an energetic level, accessing the body’s Qi (pronounced "chi"), so that the body can heal itself.

Patrick Studley, long-time resident of Sleepy Hollow, has opened Hudson River Acupuncture at the Integrative Healing Center at 167 Benedict Avenue in Tarrytown. Studley practices Traditional Chinese Medicine which includes acupuncture, Chinese herbs, nutrition, Qi Gong and meditation. Studley joins Dr. Irene Grant, M.D., C.Ac., founder of the Integrative Healing Center and Anton Bluman, MS, AIBT.

A graduate of the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York City with a Masters of Science degree in Oriental Medicine, Studley is licensed by the State of New York to practice acupuncture and is certified in acupuncture and Chinese herbology by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

Visit www.hudsonriveracupuncture.com or come in to learn more about the services we offer and how acupuncture can improve your health. Patrick Studley can be contacted directly at (914) 584-4691 or at pstudley@hudsonriveracupuncture.com.

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