Originally published Sunday, March 31, 1985 by Larry Waddell, Press Staff Writer Half of New Jersey’s licensed, non-physician practitioners of the ancient Oriental healing art of acupuncture – the husband and wife team of Robert and Dorcas Chin Lenahan – live and work in Point Pleasant, and they expect the number to increase sharply before Read More
Originally published Tuesday, March 5, 1985 Associated Press The administration of New Jersey’s first test to license acupuncturists is a major step toward recognizing practitioners of the 5,000 year old Oriental medical treatment as health care professionals, a member of the examining board said yesterday. The test prepared by the national committee for the Certification Read More
This video from 2010 was produced to promote a local business networking group and business card exchange for small businesses at the Jersey Shore. Our acupuncture practice was used as a clever tool to encourage guests to register for an upcoming networking event. Enjoy!
By Leo H. Carney Published: December 16, 1984 http://www.nytimes.com Permalink WHEN it comes to acupuncture, New Jersey is 5,000 years behind the Orient. But the ancient healing art is now being officially embraced in the state and is available to the public for the first time. Although there are now only four licensed nonmedical acupuncturists Read More