Acupuncture with Pam Battle Provides Relief in Uncertain Times of 2021
Pam Battle of Flowing Rivers Acupuncture says many patients find acupuncture “a relaxing, restorative, even refreshing time out” from daily routines and stress—a bit like rebooting a computer to optimize performance. “That’s even more needed as we’re starting to emerge from more than a year of the pandemic into an uncertain new normal,” she says.
A New York State-licensed acupuncturist and board-certified diplomate in Oriental Medicine, Battle says the combined modalities have given her patients improvement, relief and more resilience as they deal with the residual physical and emotional effects of the past stressful year, including long-haul Covid symptoms and PTSD. She also treats traditional complaints, like body pain, headaches, digestive and gynecological issues, sleep, anxiety and stress.
“I’m dedicated to helping my patients achieve comfort, ease and advance their resilience and well-being,” she says. “My extensive training, experience, skills and knowledge enable me to bring relief to an array of modern stresses and illnesses.”
She’s added two new treatment modalities, alchemical healing and AcuPatching phototherapy, to her menu of services, which include acupuncture, herbal formulas and supplements, gua sha, cupping and functional medicine assessment. She continues to follow up-to-date safety and disinfecting protocols and technology.
Free 20-minute consultations are available by appointment. Insurance is accepted when acupuncture is a covered benefit.