Acupuncture with the New England School of Acupuncture
“Our program is distinguished by its concentration in Japanese Acupuncture Styles (JAS), including Shakuju Therapy, an approach based on non-insertive needling technique. JAS relies on exquisite sensitivity in palpatory techniques, taught by pre-eminent senior faculty from Japan and the United States. Programs are academically rigorous, with a strong core of small-group, hands-on practice of our craft.”
“Chinese Herbal Medicine (CHM) is also distinctive at NESA. Taught by expert herbalists trained in China and the United States. CHM relies on a clinical tradition honed from generations of practitioners. The study of CHM is the task of a lifetime, to manage safe and effective use of traditional Chinese herbs for modern patients.”
Integrative Medicine Clinic
What: One morning a week when patients who are referred are seen by a family physician who is trained in Integrative medicine and osteopathic manipulation techniques (OMT) . These are long appointments so that we can discuss the many factors that may influence your health and well-being.
Who should come (and Why):
– Patients referred by their doctors for a more holistic approach to a problem, Patients who may be interested in using modalities other than conventional medicine, such as herbs or mind-body techniques,
-Patients who could benefit from an osteopathic approach to physical pain or issues like repetitive injuries
Where: at Malden FMC
When: Wednesday mornings
Who to contact (and How): Your doctor can refer you or ask the front desk.
Join Dr Randi Wertheimer and Dr Lisa Yeung on a journey towards peace and relaxation by participating in the Malden Family Medicine Center’s Stress Reduction Group. We are all confronted with stress and adversity in our lives, and we offer this group as a way to build resiliency and learn calming and relaxing techniques to improve your happiness and over all well-being. If you are a Malden Family Medicine Center patient, and are experiencing stress in your life, we hope that you will join us every Tuesday starting September 2014 from 9:00-11:00am.
When: Monday through Thursday
Time: Early morning, afternoon and evening classes.
Where: Cambridge , Somerville, Whidden, Assembly Square.
Interested in Yoga, but not quite sure if you are ready? Speak with your CHA Provider to learn more and receive your discount code. Your first class is always free. Receive a patient discount for all future classes with a referral from a CHA provider.