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.

Acupuncture Erases Pain: Here’s How It Works

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The thought of treating pain by sticking yourself with dozens of tiny needles might sound like a misnomer. After all, wouldn’t this make the problem worse by creating more pain? The holistic practice of acupuncture is a safe and effective solution for relieving pain. Whether it’s chronic or temporary pain, acupuncture has proven effective time and time again at relieving […] » Continue reading

Can Acupuncture Really Help You Lose Weight?

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Obesity remains a top concern among health professionals in the U.S. According to a study published in the Journal of American Medicine (JAMA), more than one third of adults in the U.S. are clinically obese (source). People who fall under this category are more likely to develop heart disease, diabetes, and even certain types of cancer. While there’s no substitution […] » Continue reading

Juicing vs Blending: The Great Health Debate

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Adults who need 2,000 daily calories to maintain a healthy weight should eat 2 cups of fruit and 2½ cups of vegetables per day (a total of nine servings). According to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), however, only 14% of adults consume the recommended daily amount of fruits and vegetables (source). That’s a shockingly low number that […] » Continue reading