Come get FREE acupuncture this Friday at our ACU-THON!

Come get FREE acupuncture this Friday at our ACU-THON!

We think acupuncture is so awesome that we want everyone to know about it. In observance of National AOM (Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine) Day, we will be giving FREE acupuncture mini-treatments at Six Fishes Neighborhood Acupuncture’s Acu-thon on Friday, October 23, 2015. During the Acu-thon we will attempt to set a Guiness World Record for the number of patients we can treat!

WHEN: Friday, October 23, 2015: 12pm-3pm


WHERE: Six Fishes Neighborhood Acupuncture, 2308 Grays Ferry Avenue


WHAT: FREE Stress-Reduction Acupuncture Treatments with Brianna

PLUS: Pumpkin Spice Congee Tasting (because ‘tis the season)

New to acupuncture? Please come in! Been here before? No problem- nudge your friend with the bad back, the horrible headaches, the wicked menopause to join you and we will treat you both! Can’t find a friend? No problem: Instagram a selfie at Six Fishes and hashtag #sixfishesphilly #acupuncture #aomday. This helps get the word out that everyone should try acupuncture!

To sign up, please call us at 215-772-1040 or schedule online.

Please share this widely! We’d like this event to be a roaring sucess!

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Well, where to start. I found Cara via a circuitous route of desperate calls and failed visits to Chinese ‘professionals’ to complement my traditional medicine. I’d been to Chinese doctors who, though I’m certain ‘knew their business’, were unable to extend a personal and caring element that I immediately felt when I contacted Cara.

I knew as soon as I spoke to her on the phone, and spent a full 1/2 hour telling her of the myriad of coexistent problems I was experiencing. Though initially I contacted her for womens’ health issues and simple gallstones, eventually, I ended up with very serious health concerns that she was able to assist with as well. She weaves her natural approach to care with a solid awareness of traditional approaches, and – on the rare occasion when purely natural approach is not sufficient on its own – will recommend a solid combined approach.

She is not focused solely on her own type of care, if a combination of several ends up helping her patient. It’s not even a question as to whether I would recommend her. I’ve done so repeatedly in the more than 10 years I’ve known her!

Pros: visits are like a 4year old to the cookie jar – comfortable warm surroundings, with goodie benefits

S.C.