Acupuncture & Wellness
by Chung

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Acupuncture is one of the most widely recognized and successful methods of complementary medicine in the world. Its effectiveness in treating a wide variety of disorders has been clinically proven by many distinguished researchers. Not only is it safe, but it does not cause any of the toxic side effects associated with traditional medicines.

The Koreans, Chinese, and other eastern cultures have been using acupuncture to restore, promote and maintain good health for thousands of years. Nowadays more and more people are finding this long established therapy can offer an effective solution to all manner of todayís ills.

This ancient art of healing involves the insertion of very fine needles into specific points of the body. Acupuncture, along with nutrition and exercise, works with the natural vital energies of the body to promote its ability to heal itself. Thatís what makes it so powerful, it assists your bodyís self-healing mechanisms and corrects biochemical imbalances.

Most people seek out Acupuncture and Oriental medicine after being disappointed with the results of medications and other treatments. Even the strongest modern drugs usually can only mask symptoms, not cause healing. True healing is on
ly possible when your body heals itself.

Office Hours

Monday:   By Appointment Only
Tuesday:    9:00-12:00    2:00-6:00
Wednesday: 9:00-12:00 2:00-6:00
Thursday:    9:00- 12:00
Friday:     9:00-12:00   2:00-6:00
 Saturday  9:00am- 2:00pm 


Hyeryun E Chung received her degree in Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture from the New York College of Health Professions in Syosset, NY. Originally from Korea, Hyeryun had early exposure to the philosophy and practice of Eastern Medicine by both her grandfather's and father in-law's practices. After moving to the United States, Hyeryun began her career in the field of health and wellness. She worked as a medical laboratory technician at the Akron General Medical Center in Ohio and then attended New York College of Health Professions where she received her degree and completed a two year preceptorship concentrated in the care of stroke patients under Dr. Rong Da Zhu. Hyeryun traveled to Korea in 2004 to complete a one-year course in Energy Healing (Sasang Medicine). She returned to the United States to open a private practice in Great Neck, NY where she treated patients suffering from Fibromyalgia, Asthma, stress related ailments, post-stroke conditions and ADD/ADHD while also practicing facial rejuvenation. Hyeryun currently practices at 303 Scenic Highway in Lawrenceville, Georgia integrating  nutritional assessments and herbal medicine with her experience in acupuncture and Oriental medicine.