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At Glenwood Acupuncture, our goal is to help people recover from problems, recharge their systems, and feel more rejuvenated and resilient. Our therapies help support and improve body and brain functions in the pursuit of less pain and stress, higher energy levels, better sleep, regulated metabolism and improved digestion, to name a few. Our healing services also provide health support and maintenance for patients who do not have problematic symptoms.  We want to help you become and stay well so you can truly enjoy life to the fullest extent.

Our unique combination of therapies treat the body without pharmaceutical intervention and is a physics-based, scientific approach. We often recommend a combination of healing treatments for better results. The equipment we use is top-of-the line in wellness devices, and made by leading American manufacturers. The staff at our clinic use these therapies in our personal health regimens because of the benefits that the science and research have borne out.  Glenwood Acupuncture looks forward to helping you recover, recharge and rejuvenate your overall wellness.


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