Heather Perlow of Concentric Acupuncture Opens Mamaroneck Office
Concentric Acupuncture is opening a new office in Mamaroneck, extending its office hours and expanding its facial acupuncture services. Owner Heather Perlow says the new space, which opens June 6, will enable her to see patients five days a week. Among the conditions she treats are pain, insomnia, anxiety, OCD, migraines, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) problems, digestive and skin issues, scars, trauma, pre- and post-surgical care, addiction and gynecological issues.
The new location gives Perlow three treatment rooms, increasing her patient capacity and providing more opportunities for area residents to receive holistic care, she says. And by offering additional facial acupuncture modalities, the practice has further broadened its capacity to meet patients’ needs.
“While I’ve always used facial acupuncture to brighten and lift the face, smooth fine lines and wrinkles, and treat acne, the addition of LED light therapy, microneedling, and microcurrent take the facial treatments to the next level,” she says.
Perlow’s personalized treatment plans are designed to promote healing through the use of acupuncture, Chinese herbs, cupping, gua sha, moxibustion and qigong. Rather than simply masking symptoms, she says, these practices allow her to treat the root cause of her patients’ ailments.
“I feel strongly that people should feel good in their bodies and that there are healthy and holistic ways of accomplishing this goal,” she says. “Everything is connected, and every aspect of your health matters.”