Welcome To Release Integrative Medicine
Acupuncture, Chinese Medicine and Pain & Sports Medicine Specialist in Schrafft Center, Charlestown, MA
Release Integrative Medicine is an acupuncture and Chinese medicine practice in Charlestown, Massachusetts. Led by experienced Chinese/Japanese medicine practitioner and Certified Sports Medicine Acupuncturist® Tim Eng, the holistic practice helps patients release, rebuild, and renew their way to health by stimulating their natural healing abilities.
The acupuncture and Chinese medicine practice integrates East Asian medicine techniques, exercise prescription, and massage to relieve stress, anxiety, and other factors that affect health and wellness. Another valuable option, auricular medicine, an anatomy based diagnostic and treatment method, is a perfect complement to East Asian medicine and provides an alternative to those who shy away from needles.
Some of the services provided at Release Integrative Medicine include acupuncture, cupping therapy, Chinese botanical medicines, and stress relief. They also provide static and dynamic postural analysis.
Treatments are individually designed based on patient reactions to the objective measurement of the acupuncture meridians and frequency-specific stimulus to ear points. The acupuncture and Chinese medicine practice uses both gentle and aggressive styles based on patient preference.
To schedule an appointment, call the office or book online today.
Many adults who shy away from needles can appreciate the rejuvenating effects of acupuncture.
Cupping therapy is a time-tested ancient practice that’s been receiving more attention in recent years.
Back pain is a common problem that strikes four out of five Americans at some point in their life.
Migraines are a type of recurring headache that cause intense throbbing pain that may last hours or days.
Tim Eng, LAc, CSMA® uses acupuncture Chinese and auricular medicine to help you get relief from your neck pain.
Stop Pain Without Needles!
Back pain, neck pain, headache and other types of pain typically respond very well to acupuncture. If you are worried about needles we offer non-needle acupuncture options which are effective and painless.
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