Traditional Acupuncture Celebrates Relocation with Open House
Licensed acupuncturist Beverly Fornoff, owner of Traditional Acupuncture, will host an open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., October 18 in her new location, 28 Keystone Court, in the Leola Business Center. The event promises refreshments, demonstrations, a prize drawing and a chance to chat with Fornoff.
The new location will house an on-site herbal pharmacy, so herbs can be taken home and used immediately, according to Fornoff, a 2002 graduate of the Traditional Acupuncture Institute (now the Maryland University of Integrative Health) who recently completed her herbal medicine training there, as well. The pharmacy will dispense raw herbs which can be brewed into a tea at home, as well as tinctures, powders and capsules. Fornoff will create custom formulas for conditions including colds, fatigue, digestive ailments, arthritis and gynecological issues such as infertility and menopause.
“Taking herbs continues the work done in the acupuncture treatment,” explains Fornoff. “A properly prescribed herbal formula combines herbs that work together to correct our body’s imbalances, treating the root of the condition rather than the symptoms. Our body systems are supported and our organs are stimulated to work more efficiently to promote the healing process.”
For more information, call 717-381-7334 or visit AcupunctureMassagePa.com.