Acupuncture In Forest Lake, MN

Taryn “Tess” Anderson, L.Ac. MS O.M.

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At Source Health Acupuncture, I am committed to finding the source of your specific health ailment and facilitate your body’s own natural ability to heal itself through the use of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).  This process is supplemented with a variety of modalities used in TCM, including Cupping Therapy, Moxibustion Therapy, Auricular Therapy, Dietary Therapy, Tuina (Chinese medical bodywork), as well as lifestyle modification guidance.  Acupuncture is safe, effective, and free of harsh side effects.

Formerly located at Healing Waters in White Bear Lake, MN, Source Health Acupuncture is now located in the Wellness Center off Hwy 97, between the Holiday Station Store and Gander Mountain.

Call me today for a complimentary phone consult and get started on working together to achieve your best quality of life!

 


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