- Balancing Acupuncture, LLC1230 SE Maynard Rd, Ste 203
Cary, NC 27511
Tue 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm Wed 11:00 am - 4:00 pm Thu 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm Fri 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Balancing Acupuncture 4 reviews
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I came to Balancing Acupuncture after exhausting every other form of treatment for my cervical spine, lumbar issues, and associated headaches. I wish I would have come sooner. I can’t say enough about Bonnie and the treatments. She begins with questions about your overall heath history and proceeds with a... Read more »
Bonnie is amazing!!!! I’m so thankful I found her and her magic needles! I’ve suffered from low back pain for several years, caused by advanced degenerative disc disease. My pain has gone down substantially since seeing Bonnie. I’m not a huge fan of needles, but she makes you feel relaxed... Read more »
I’ve been going to Bonnie for two months and she is absolutely amazing! I was struggling with migraines and neck pain for months and since I’ve been going all pain issues have disappeared. She is very detailed and explains exactly how and what she is treating. I can’t say enough... Read more »
Bonnie is very professional and knowledgeable and has helped me tremendously with my sciatica issues with my back. She is very helpful with giving advice on nutrition as well. ~~Denise W.
Sciatica & Nutritional Advice was last modified: November 15th, 2018 by Bonnie Cashwell
Bonnie is great! She helped me get rid of my hot flashes from menopause, improve my energy and more! She’s extremely knowledgeable! I HIGHLY recommend her! ~~Jen C.
Hot Flashes & Energy was last modified: November 15th, 2018 by Bonnie Cashwell
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