Philadephia, PA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 05/11/2018 -- Yang Institute of Integrative Medicine, a center combining elements of both Eastern and Western wellness techniques, has recently partnered with the Veterans Affairs office in Philadelphia to provide free acupuncture sessions to qualified vets. Yang is offering acupuncture to veterans as a means of providing alternative treatment for physical and emotional trauma when numerous other pharmacological treatments have failed.
For veterans who qualify for the Veterans Choice Program though the VA in Philadelphia, Yang Institute is providing acupuncture treatments free of charge. All veterans need to do is contact their local VA office and inquire about Yang for a free appointment in either Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania or Marlboro, New Jersey. With more and more vets turning to the benefits of acupuncture for treatment, Yang Institute is offering the perfect opportunity for veterans in the Greater Philadelphia Area.
Despite being one of the most well-established healing methods in Eastern medicine, acupuncture has only just recently seen a spike in popularity in the West. The treatments available from the Yang Institute offer a great deal of benefits to veterans who are dealing with both physical and emotional discomfort. Acupuncture can provide relief to those who have sustained injuries during their service while also reducing anxiety associated with post-traumatic stress.
Additionally, acupuncture sessions from Yang offer veterans an effective alternative to pharmacological treatments which can cause a great deal of physical dependency and ultimately create more problems than they solve.
To learn more about acupuncture, TMS, or neurofeedback sessions in Marlton, NJ, visit http://www.taoinstitute.com/ today.
About Yang Institute of Integrative Medicine
Yang Institute of Integrative Medicine combines the best methods of Western and Eastern medicine to help their patients achieve health and wellness. The center operates with a highly-skilled group of holistic integrative medicine experts, including board-certified psychologists, psychiatrists, nutrition specialists, meditation specialists, counselors and licensed acupuncturists. Every treatment begins with a comprehensive evaluation to determine an approach that will help find and assess the root of health problems in order to improve one's quality of life.
To find out more about Yang Institute of Integrative Medicine, please visit http://www.yanginstitute.com.
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