Dr. Pelzig is joined by Marcel Zeien, L.Ac., a skilled acupuncturist with special experience in musculo-skeletal pain and Zero Balancing.

And Mark Belnick, L.Ac, Dipl.C.H, who has been practicing Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine for over 10 years.

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Dr. Naomi Pelzig, M.D. has practiced medicine for more than 25 years, combining the best of modern western medicine and traditional eastern medicine. Dr. Pelzig is a compassionate partner with her patients, helping them heal and achieve good health through knowledge and support.

Dr. Pelzig and her associates focus on:

  • Acupuncture- a holistic system of medicine that promotes natural healing, enhances the body’s recuperative powers, supports physical and emotional health and immunity, and relieves pain.
  • Osteopathic Manipulation - A full body system of hands-on techniques to alleviate pain, restore function and promote health and well being. What is a D.O.?
  • Physiatrist - A specialty that treats nerve, muscle and bone injuries or illnesses that affect how you move.
  • Herbal Medicine- Chinese and western, which have both medicinal and nutritive uses.
  • Zero Balancing- which is a gentle manual therapy which helps align the energy of the body and the skeleton to have profound effects on physical and mental health.

We want to help you develop a life of health and happiness.

5 Powerful Health Effects Of Olive Oil

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Derived from the fatty liquid of pressed olives, olive is a versatile substance that’s loaded in nutritional value. Just a single tablespoon has 10 grams of monosaturated fat, 1.4 grams ofpolysaturated fat, vitamin E, and other other key nutrients. While most people consume it for its delicious flavor and smooth characteristics, olive oil has surprising health benefits when consumed on a regular basis.

Ways To Ring In The Chinese New Year

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Cleaning Part of celebrating the Chinese New Year (February 19) involves cleaning. Traditionally, homes are cleaned before the New Year, but sweeping and dusting isn’t done until the third day after New Year out of fear that good fortune will be swept away. The floors can be swept, starting by brushing the dust and dirt towards the middle of the […] » Continue reading

2015: Year of The Goat

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2015 is the Year of The Goat in Chinese astrology. Ranking eighth in the long list of animals tied to the Chinese zodiac, people who are born under this sign are said to be calm, mild-mannered, good-hearted, sympathetic, dependable and intelligent. They also prefer to avoid being the center of attention – a trait that’s rare among other Chinese zodiacs. […] » Continue reading