Pain relief without drugs, Dr. Mahmet Oz is featured on NBC’s Today show talking about the drug free options of Acupuncture and Yoga with the Today Show team. We have long known the benefits of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese medicine and it is always great to hear the mainstream media remind people of the incredible benefits of these treatments. Watch the video and contact us to meet our talented practitioner team.Read More
Wellness insights from Acupuncture Center of NJ, providing holistic complementary mind-body-heart-healing since 1986, in Morristown, NJ!
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We welcome Dr. Ted, a relatively recent transplant from California to NJ. Dr. Ted is a graduate of the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and therefore practices a very similar style of acupuncture. We have chosen Ted because of his excellent training and references and his gentle, caring healing spirit. Prior to joining the staff at ACNJ, Dr. Ted practiced privately in Summit, New Jersey.Read More
Acupuncture is great for reducing pain and inflammation. We help many patients arthritis, sports injuries, back pain, sciatica, etc. So my patients are often surprised and skeptical when I advise them to reduce or stop using ice on their injuries. This is usually followed by lots of questions and a little bit of suspicion. Read more…Read More
Ellie is a 52 year old woman who recently began a transformation to high level fitness and training. Her goal was to overcome lifelong, chronic asthma, allergies and sinus problems and be well enough to compete in mini triathlons. She had never been athletic and thought of herself as unable to compete due to her breathing problems so it was a remarkable breakthrough for her to take on this commitment. Read here healing journey…Read More
As acupuncturists, we often check in with our patients to help them make healthy food choices. Eating according to the seasons is an important adjunct therapy to acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Here are our ideas for tasty, nutritious and healthy summer eating.Read More
Could your home or office office have SICK BUILDING SYNDROME (SBS)? If you or others in your environment suffer headaches, nausea, rashes, eye irritations or dizziness it just might be the problem. Learn more and get ideas from Jane Brick (the plant whisperer) on how to make your spaces healthier!Read More
Excerpt from the interview with Dr. Peter Kadar by his son, Lucas Kadar.
"Acupuncture and TCM have enjoyed a very robust period of growth since I began practice in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1980 and it seems to accelerate every year. When I began practice there were very few states offering full licensure, no hospital acupuncture services and no insurance reimbursement. There were only 2 acupuncture schools and very few reliable textbooks or sources in English." Read more...
Get to know more about our new practitioner, Dr. Theodore Treantafelles (Dr. Ted) as he joins the team at ACNJ. He is a talented young doctor in traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture with a sincere passion to support patient well-being. We are excited to have him on the team and believe he will be a great asset to our growing wellness community here in Morristown, NJ.Read More
Recently I treated Melinda, a 28 year old woman who has been battling Lyme disease for more than 6 years. She is going to an integrative MD who uses powerful anti-viral, anti-fungal, anti-parasitic therapies along with fasting and detox diets. Melinda also follows a strict healing diet of no gluten, dairy, sugar and meat which can also cause die-off responses that contribute to Herx reactions. Read more about how we helped heal her with our latest patient healing journey.Read More
My training in Traditional Chinese Medicine focuses on the signs and patterns that will reveal the connections between symptoms and physical or psychological disharmony. With Dorothy her pulse, tongue and other diagnostic presentation pointed to patterns of excessive heat in the skin, deficiency of Yin which led to dryness, a restriction in the free flow of Qi from her Liver, and anxiety and fatigue caused by a disturbance of her Shen or spirit as a result of impaired sleep. - Dr. Peter Kadar L.Ac. D.O.M.Read More