- Balancing Acupuncture, LLC1230 SE Maynard Rd
Ste 203 (on backside of building)
Cary, NC 27511(919) 604-2735
HOURS-reduced d/t Covid-19Tue1:00 pm - 6:00 pmThu1:00 pm - 6:00 pmFri10:30 am - 2:00 pm
Balancing Acupuncture 4 reviews
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Bonnie is simply fantastic. I felt so welcome and heard during my first few appointments and it was a simple decision for me to continue with her longer term because of the immediate positive impact I felt physically and mentally. I feel confident in her knowledge and experience and she’s... Read more »
I recently had a positive experience with Bonnie. I have been recovering from two successful cardiac procedures and these acupuncture treatments just “topped off” and energized my recovery. I feel good. The facility is comfortable, immaculate and all Covid protocols were in place. Bonnie is a good teacher and a... Read more »
Bonnie is one of the best acupuncturists I’ve ever worked with. She’s very compassionate and caring. I would recommend anyone who needs acupuncture for any reason to see her. ~~Lisa M
Compassionate & Caring was last modified: January 5th, 2021 by Bonnie Cashwell
Thanks to Bonnie and her acupuncture services the chronic back pain I’d been experiencing for years is well under control. Realizing how much energy was being lost to that back pain and no longer being burdened by it has been a game changer. ~~Jared R.
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Bonnie is awesome!! During allergy season, I was getting bronchitis every year. Bonnie helped my body fight against this. Past allergy season all was good. Bonnie also helped me with neck pain. I highly recommend Bonnie!! ~~Anne Marie B.
Fighting Bronchitis & Allergies was last modified: March 16th,... Read more »
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