- Balancing Acupuncture, LLC1230 SE Maynard Rd
Ste 203 (on backside of building)
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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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 »
Bonnie is wonderful, I am with her for more than a year and she was able to identify medical issues that doctors haven’t she is very knowledgeable about the body, supplements and also very intuitive to understand what is happening and what is my need in each meeting. Not so... Read more »
My experience at Balancing Acupuncture and working with Bonnie Cashwell has been outstanding. Bonnie is professional, experienced and tailors your treatment to your needs. Truly a healer. ~~Susan D.
Truly A Healer was last modified: February 14th, 2020 by Bonnie Cashwell
When I first came to see Bonnie, I was feeling very lethargic and with low stamina. She has helped me out tremendously. She also helped my husband when he used to have daily headaches. His headaches are completely gone. I have never met an acupuncturist in the U.S. who really understands how... Read more »
I highly recommend Balancing Acupuncture center. As the name is, so is the service. Very balanced in all ways. Bonnie is well versed in what she does. She is the most kind and understanding therapist I have ever met. I went to Bonnie with crutches. I had a nerve issue... Read more »
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