Acupuncture In Mount Kisco, NY

Bibi Baksh L.Ac., Dipl. OM (NCCAOM)

Welcome to Peaceful Jade Acupuncture where we offer acupuncture to patients in Mount Kisco, NY in Westchester county. Our clinic provides an alternative and complementary form of healthcare to Western medicine by providing patients with relief, better health, and an increased quality of life that promotes relaxation and brings balance in the body.

Peaceful Jade Acupuncture in Mount Kisco, NY has been open since 2011 and has 4 private tranquil rooms with gentle music and a relaxed atmosphere. Bibi is a licensed Acupuncturist and a Diplomate in Chinese Herbology (NCCAOM) practicing for 14 years here in Mount Kisco, NY. She is a graduate from the Oriental Medicine Graduate Program at Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, NY, the first program in the United States with a hospital-based internship and on-site hospital Chinese Herbal pharmacy. Her graduate research in rheumatoid arthritis yielded strong evidence to support acupuncture’s efficacy in treating this chronic and debilitating disease.
Call today for a free 15 minute introductory appointment.


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