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Free Community Acupuncture For Hurricane Victims October 10, 2016

Now that Hurricane Matthew has come and gone, we’re aware that some of our patients have suffered major damage to their homes and businesses while a large number of us are still without power. In response, Family Tree Acupuncture is setting up a relief effort to help those who have been severely affected by the recent storm. Please read below for more information about our Hurricane Matthew Recovery Project. Our Veteran’s Acupuncture Clinic hours will resume as normal this week,…

Peep Our New Location November 16, 2015

Remember the part when we said we’d be relocating to our new office NO LATER than December 1st? Beginning Tuesday, November 24th, you can find us at 315 S. Palmetto Avenue, just south of Orange Avenue in downtown Daytona. Our new office is right across the street from the entrance to the City Hall parking lot. Speaking of parking, we have plenty in the new space. The driveway that runs along the north side of our new building leads to…

Big Move. Big Favor To Ask. October 26, 2015

We’re moving, and we need your help. Not to worry though…we’re not moving AWAY. We’re not even changing area codes. In fact, the new location of Family Tree Acupuncture will literally be a stone’s throw away from our current location, assuming you have a really good arm. While this is certainly not a secret, we can no longer keep track of who we’ve told and who we haven’t at this point. Admittedly, the move is a bittersweet one for us….

Lend me your ear…no really July 13, 2015

By Jorge Mejia AP, DOM How many times have we heard the phrase “it’s all connected…?” If you stopped to really ponder this notion it can be overwhelming to think about how physically we are made up of the same stuffs as stars and that the molecules we inhale and exhale will be inhaled and exhaled by everyone around us and eventually on the other side of the planet! But without going down a philosophical rabbit hole I’d like to…

Free Acupuncture for Veterans November 11, 2013

Opening February 2014: The Paul J. Suchcicki Free Veteran’s Clinic Beginning February 6th 2014, Family Tree Acupuncture will offer a free weekly community-style acupuncture clinic for all current and former US military. Many combat veterans and active duty suffer from chronic pain and/or serious acute traumatic stress – they may be having flashbacks, panic, insomnia, suicidal ideation, or any number of symptoms. A November, 2013, CNN article reported that “an estimated 20% of Afghanistan and Iraq veterans screen positive for…

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