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Heather Shultz

D.Ac. L.Ac. Dipl. Ac. (NCCAOM) 

Heather Shultz Acupuncture 

About Heather Shultz

Heather Shultz is a licensed acupuncturist in Marlton, NJ specializing in pain, fertility and cancer treatment support. To schedule a Free Consultation to determine if complementary care is right for you, call her today at (856) 452-1782. Her mission is to provide safe, gentle and effective alternative medicine care with an evidence-based treatment plan to achieve your goals in maintaining health or recovering from pain and disease. Call her today for a Free Consultation at (856) 452-1782, or visit her website for more info.

Languages Spoken English

School Pacific college of Health and Science/ Won Institute for Graduate Studies

Degree DAc/ MAc

Treatment Techniques

Acupuncture Cupping Gua Sha Herbology NADA (National Acupuncture Detoxification Association)

Areas of Expertise

Headaches/Migraines Infertility Internal Medicine Menstrual Disorders Musculoskeletal Disorders Obstetrics & Gynecology Oncology Support Orthopedics Pain Management Women's Health

Styles of Acupuncture

Auricular Acupuncture Medical Acupuncture (Licensed Doctors Only) Traditional Chinese Acupuncture

Associations

The acupuncture office of Heather Shultz in Marlton, NJ is within driving distance from the following cities:

Bala Cynwyd Philadelphia Area Philadelphia Erdenheim Media Evesboro Echelon Gibbsboro Ashland Masonville Berlin Township Medford

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Q: I always crave sweets and chocolate while my husband will always choose salty foods like potato chips over candy. Why do we crave certain flavors and what does it mean from a Chinese medicine point-of-view?

A: Acufinder Poll Results, Spring 2006What flavor do you crave, most often?Sweet (941 votes) - 60.59%Salty (405 votes) - 26.08%Sour (56 votes) ... Read More