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Caryn Goldman, R.N., L.Ac.
Licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist


The foundation of Traditional Chinese Medicine is that living beings have the capacity to exist in harmony within themselves and in relation to nature. The focus is health maintenance as well as the relief of acute and chronic health problems.

Stress, pain, and reliance on medications are problems faced by increasing numbers of people today. Chinese medicine is unsurpassed at bringing relief safely, without medications and without side effects.


Very thin, sterile, single-use needles are inserted to stimulate the body's energy or "Qi." The sensation is very mild. Many people experience deep relaxation, even a sense of euphoria during and after treatment. Some even fall asleep!

The body's energy moves in pathways or channels, linking the various organs and regions of the body. Acupuncture stimulates the circulation in these channels to remove painful blockages or to direct energy to weak areas to promote healing.

Herbs and supplements

Herbal medicine is excellent for promoting the body's ability to heal and regain strength after illness or trauma. Herbs can be prescribed in raw form, which is made into tea, as well as liquid, pills, or powder. They can be customized to fit your body's needs as your condition changes. Taking herbs at home continues the rebalancing started during the office visit.

Nutrient therapy and biochemical rebalancing

Caryn Goldman studied nutrient therapy and biochemical rebalancing with Julia Ross, author of The Diet Cure and The Mood Cure. Through diet changes and carefully chosen supplements, you can replenish neurotransmitter deficiencies that can cause depression, apathy, anxiety, and oversensitivity and you can reduce eating and weight problems.


My goal is to give each and every patient the best care possible