Using thin sterile needles we can activate the healing process, regulate the body, alleviate pain. These are precise points which have been utilized for thousands of years.
Custom Herbal Medicine
Customized Herbal Medicine may be prescribed, to aid your healing process. These formulas are natural and safe and have been used for thousands of years.
In certain cases your practitioner may choose to use additional therapies like moxibustion, Tuina, Amma Therapy, Myofascial Release, to name a few to enhance your treatment and further promote healing.
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John H Zublionis DOM, LMT
About your Practitioner
Doctor of Oriental Medicine
John Zublionis LMT, AP is an Acupuncture Physician in Palm Coast, FL and a NY and FL Licensed Massage Therapist (MA 46287.) He was awarded a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine from NCCAOM. He earned his Master’s of Oriental Medicine and Bachelor’s of Health Sciences from Dragon Rises College of Oriental Medicine. John has been practicing John Barnes’ Myofascial Release and Amma Therapy for over 20 years. Additionally, he holds an A.O.S in Massage Therapy from The New York College of Health Professions (New York College for Wholistic Health Education and Research) and an A.A. from Daytona State College, and certifications of MFR1, MFR 2, and Myofascial Unwinding, Cervical Thoracic, and Fascial Pelvis, and Advanced Unwinding. John is also a Professional Member of the AMTA.
Wholistic and Natural
Don't let the word wholistic scare you. It simply means we take every part of you into account. We use a complete system of medicine that has been successful for thousands of years. Our bodies are quite adept at repairing themselves. We use methods that aid that natural ability with modalities like acupuncture, nutrition, Herbal medicine, tuina, myofascial release, cupping, gua sha
Acupuncture and More
“Acupuncture” means a form of primary health care, based on traditional Chinese medical concepts and modern oriental medical techniques, that employs acupuncture diagnosis and treatment, as well as adjunctive therapies and diagnostic techniques, for the promotion, maintenance, and restoration of health and the prevention of disease. Acupuncture shall include, but not be limited to, the insertion of acupuncture needles and the application of moxibustion to specific areas of the human body and the use of electroacupuncture, Qi Gong, oriental massage, herbal therapy, dietary guidelines, and other adjunctive therapies, as defined by board rule.
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