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Acupuncturist relocates to Fredonia

Julian Pierce

An acupuncturist who was based in southern Chautauqua County has relocated to Fredonia.

Julian Pierce, licensed acupuncturist and owner of Park Place Acupuncture PLLC, began her journey of becoming an acupuncturist in 2012 when she started experiencing symptoms of an autoimmune disorder, later diagnosed as Grave’s disease. After being treated with Western medicine her symptoms did not completely resolve which then lead her to the discovery of holistic healing. While she began her own health journey through exercise, nutrition, meditation, reading, and journaling, she explored the benefits of traditional Chinese medicine and soon after became a believer.

After being treated consistently with acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, Julian’s symptoms resolved and she realized this was her life’s purpose, she wanted to help others the same way she was helped. This immediately changed the course of her life and she pursued her goal of becoming an acupuncturist. Julian has a bachelor’s degree in business-communications from SUNY Fredonia and a master’s degree in acupuncture from The Finger Lakes School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She passed her NCCAOM boards and is licensed in the state of New York.

While attaining her graduate degree she had the privilege of treating VA patients during her clinicals at the Canandaigua VA in upstate New York. Conditions she treated were PTSD, smoking addiction, and chronic pain. She also traveled to China where she observed acupuncture in a clinical setting at the Zhejiang Provincial Hospital of TCM in Hangzhou. Immediately after graduation, Julian began working for cruise ships allowing her to treat patients around the world. After 7 months of treating patients in Europe and the Caribbean, she realized her dream was to bring the benefits of traditional Chinese medicine to patients close to home. She is now the proud owner of Park Place Acupuncture PLLC in Fredonia.

Acupuncture is a 3,000-year-old medicine that consist of inserting tiny needles into the skin that provokes certain biological responses encouraging the body to repair itself all on its own. Acupuncture is recognized by national and international health organizations to treat dozens of conditions such as gastrointestinal pain, adverse reactions to chemotherapy, fibromyalgia, headaches, hypertension, nausea, arthritis, chronic pain conditions, and much more.

Services offered at Park Place Acupuncture include acupuncture, facial rejuvenation, nutritional therapy, cupping, and Tui na, also known as Chinese massage. The first appointment is typically 90 minutes that includes a consultation and a treatment. To secure an appointment call 716-680-8188 or visit ParkPlaceAcu.com for more information. Julian is looking forward to meeting you and is excited to assist you during your journey to better health.

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