Exceptional care in a comfortable, relaxing environment.
NY Chi is an acupuncture practice with a special focus on Women’s Health, including irregular cycles, gynecological health, fertility, and pregnancy support. We are also experienced in treating musculoskeletal pain, headaches, migraines, and digestive issues.
Acupuncture taps into the body's own innate healing abilities, activating and strengthening them in such a way that your body is reminded of how to restore itself to balance.
Herbs can be a valuable addition to your treatment. The herbs are safe, effective, and time tested. Herbal formulas can be individualized and administered in a variety of ways including tea, powder, capsules, or pills.
Eating should be, above all, delicious and enjoyable. Patients can find greater health and balance through the best medicine of all, the foods they eat.
Women’s Health & Fertility
I specialize in getting women healthy
Whether you have irregular cycles, painful periods, PMS or aren't getting pregnant as quickly as you had hoped, I am here to help. I have years of experience in working with women undergoing IVF cycles, and have even worked onsite at RMA Westside, giving day-of embryo transfer acupuncture for IVF patients. As an acupuncturist with a background in western medicine, I feel that an integrative approach benefits patients the most.
My Approach As a Practitioner… In my practice I’ve had really good success with turning breech babies using moxibustion in combination with acupuncture. It’s something that I...→
Many women who are newly pregnant ask me whether acupuncture is safe during pregnancy- specifically during the first trimester. They really want to try or continue acupuncture...→
The following is a special guest blog post by Maya Benattar, a music therapist and psychotherapist here in New York City. Her website is www.mayabenattar.com. Thanks, Maya! There are a lot of reasons why people may have trouble sleeping- anxiety, stress, too much caffeine, hormonal shifts. We live in a fast-paced society where lack... →