DACM, L.Ac, CCN, Dipl. OM
Balancing Point Acupuncture
About Derek Marrongelle
If you suffer from Acute or Chronic Pain, Headache, Stress-related Problems or Other Health issues, it is time to let acupuncture work for you! Our promise is that you will always receive concerned, personal, professional care at Balancing Point Acupuncture. We strive to assist you with your health goals, in a serene setting, with a customized treatment plan designed to be effective, relaxing and truly enjoyable!
Please take a moment to check out our website at www.balancingpointacupuncture.com. There is a wealth of information on the site and you can sign up for our FREE Health Tips Newsletter! Or simply give us a call at 480-204-5395 and Derek will happily answer any questions you may have. We are never too busy to help you! Please don't continue to suffer, Call Now!
Derek is a Licensed Acupuncturist (LAc) and nationally certified Diplomate of Oriental Medicine (Chinese Herbology) with a Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese medicine, trained in U.S. & China. He also is a Certified Clinical Nutritionist with a background in Integrative medicine. Specialties: Acute & Chronic Pain, Internal Medicine, Headaches & Migraines, Digestive Problems, and Stress-Related Issues.
Our acupuncturist offers a truly special diagnostic and treatment approach by applying the time proven Traditional Chinese Medicine techniques of acupuncture, tongue and pulse diagnosis, and herbal medicine, along with a firm knowledge of the western medical experience.
Call us now at 480-204-5395, after all the Point is Health... Your Health.
Languages Spoken English
School American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Degree Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine
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Styles of Acupuncture
- Asian Medicine Acupuncturists of Arizona
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Q: I have had recurring hip pain for the last six years. At times the pain is so bad that I cannot walk, yet it hurts to sit too. Can you help?
A: Hip pain may result from trauma or overuse. Most commonly the problem is osteoarthritis. However, it could be muscle strain, inflammation of... Read More