Are you frustrated trying to find a solution to your health problems?
… Are you worn down by chronic pain?
Acupuncture can ease your pain. It can balance and relieve your symptoms and set your body up to recalibrate. It is a simple, pain-free way to down-regulate the stress response of the body. So many health problems and chronic pain issues are perpetuated by the body’s inability to overcome the cumulative effects of stress.
Anxiety, depression or overwhelm add to a chronic pain or health concern and it becomes a vicious cycle. Do you sleep well when you’re in pain or overwhelmed? Acupuncture can help with that and get you back on track to recover and even move beyond symptom relief.
Acupuncture “speaks” to the body’s nervous and circulatory systems. It interrupts the common downward spiral of stress, chronic pain and illness and gives the body a chance to heal naturally. It’s also drug-free, side-effect-free and surprisingly, pain-free!
You have nothing to lose and your life and motivation to gain. Call today to schedule a free holistic health assessment and we’ll talk about how to get you back into your health zone.
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Located in Alchemy Center for Healing Therapies, near the hospital.
Would you like to try Acupuncture to maintain your health?
Do you find it difficult to afford acupuncture on a regular basis?
We provide accessible, affordable, and effective acupuncture treatments to the community. We are a group of Acupuncturists, their spouses and families, loyal patients, and community members serving the community of Boone and surrounding areas. Boone Community Acupuncture Clinic has hours to accommodate the needs of all patients.
We charge only $15 for our community style acupuncture (and $40 for private rooms) so that you can have sessions regularly without financial stress.
Appointments for acupuncture can be made by logging into our website (BooneClinic.Org) or by calling 828-278-0045.
If you call and get a recording, please leave your name, and a number where you can be reached, and we shall return your call as soon as possible.
Please browse through our website (BooneClinic.Org) to learn more about us and our services. If you would like to discuss your specific health condition with us, we shall be glad to do so.
Mostly open Mon – Sat 10:00 am to 7:00 pm (Check website for exact hours)
(Near Watauga Humane Society Building)
The Boone Healing Arts Center is a cooperative of Integrative Holistic Healthcare Practitioners specializing in unique services for the mind, body, & spirit -including massage & bodywork, acupuncture, prenatal, nutrition & cooking, Rolfing structural integration, healing touch, personal training, Ayurveda, and much more. Let us help you achieve a healthy level of wellness that is right for you. BHAC also brings you a variety of daily wellness classes, discussion groups, workshops & CECs. Conveniently located at 838 State Farm Rd Boone.
Our Practitioners include:
Dave Hamilton- Naturopathic Medicine
Peggy Setzer- Healing Touch Practitioner, CHTP MSW
Eric Karchmer – Licensed Acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine specialist
Nia Dickens- Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist
Allie Burleson- Certified Rolfer® – Rolfing Structural Integration
Ramsey Higgins – Licensed Acupuncturist
Kathie Billing – R.N., Registered Yoga Teacher
Racheal Cunningham – Nutritionist
Jordan Maxwell- Living Ayurveda Consultant
Noelle Austin RYT
Diane Nettles LMBT
Carly Fulton LMBT
Hours: Open Monday through Friday 9am-6pm; Saturdays from 11am-5pm; and Sundays by appointment or event only. Appointments outside of normal business hours may be available. Check our website for workshop and class schedules.
Eric Karchmer, Licensed Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbal Medicine at Boone Healing Arts Center
Eric practices both acupuncture and herbal medicine, the main healing modalities within Chinese medicine. These two therapeutic approaches are capable of treating an incredibly wide range of diseases.
Eric did all of this Chinese medicine training in Beijing, studying at one of the leading Chinese medicine universities in the country and training with some of the most respected physicians in the city. His specialties include the treatment of chronic pain and rheumatologic diseases, digestive disorders, autoimmune diseases, gynecological disorders including infertility, as well as dermatological conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, and acne.
He is a member of the Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and the North Carolina Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCAAOM). Eric is also a medical anthropologist and received his Ph. D. from UNC in 2005.
At the Boone Healing Arts Center, Eric offers:
Herbal Medicine Consultations
The five week RESTART program is:
February 28th, March 7th, 14th, 21st, and 28th from 7-9pm.
$25 Class Material, $10 Cookbook
Sign up now by calling 828-265-1890 – Online classes are available if you cannot attend.
Ramsey Higgins, Licensed Acupuncturist, Classical Chinese Medicine at Boone Healing Arts Center
Ramsey is dedicated to helping both adults and children achieve health and wellness. She employs acupuncture and related procedures (e.g., moxibustion, cupping, acupressure, etc.), herbal medicine, massage and dietary advice for the promotion, maintenance, and restoration of health and the prevention of disease.
Ramsey has been in private practice in Boone since 2006. She earned her graduate diploma of acupuncture at the Jung Tao School of Classical Chinese Medicine in Sugar Grove, N.C., with post-graduate studies in massage (Tui Na) for sports injuries.
She is licensed in acupuncture by the North Carolina Acupuncture Licensing Board (NCALB), certified in Acupuncture Detoxification Therapy by the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA), and certified in acupuncture by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).
At the Boone Healing Arts Center Ramsey offers:
New Patient Acupuncture Session
Acu-Massage: A full 1-hour massage focusing strictly on the 12 main acupuncture channels. Acupuncture channels flow constantly throughout the body. Over time and from our lifestyle choices they channels can become less efficient which can lead to a myriad of problems mentally, emotionally and physically. Each channel is massaged with attention to specific acupuncture points on each channel. It is a means to “tap” into the dynamic energies of each channel allowing free flow of possible stuck, stagnate energy, likened to removing sticks and leaves in a stream to allow it to flow efficiently.