Acupuncture & Nutrition In Newark, Delaware

Barry L. Gommer Jr. L.Ac.

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Delaware Acupuncture & Nutrition is Delaware’s leading holistic clinic. It is our objective to help you recover your health and not just suppress your symptoms. We’ve been helping patients restore their health and wellness with acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine and nutrition since 2004. We provide exceptional care in a friendly, warm and compassionate environment.

Delaware Acupuncture & Nutrition is conveniently readers-choice-winner-2016located in Newark Delaware minutes away from I 95 and directly across from the Christiana Hospital in Omega Professional Center.

Barry L. Gommer Jr. L.Ac., Brings over 25 years of Chinese Martial arts and Qigong training along with a background in fitness and an extensive knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine which includes: Acupuncture, Herbal Therapy, Tuina (Chinese Medical Massage), and nutrition.

Barry also specializes in what is known as Dit Da. In the martial arts world. Dit Da is known as trauma or hit medicine and is great for bruises, sprains to more serious injuries.

At Delaware Acupuncture, we not only offer Acupuncture, herbal therapy, nutrition, and massage but we also offer private lessons and small group workshops in Qigong, meditation and Kung Fu as well as self-defense classes.

Come start your healthy journey today.

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