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Doctor Ada Kulagina

Healing Acupuncture P.C. was founded by New York Board Certified Acupuncturist, Dr. Ada Kulagina. As a fellow New Yorker, Dr. Kulagina understands the fast-paced, stressful environment of the Big Apple. With so many overwhelming daily worries and concerns, living in New York without dealing with stress seems inevitable. That’s why Dr. Ada Kulagina dedicated her life to helping patients relieve their stress and restore their body’s balance. It is vital to maintain a healthy lifestyle amidst the hustle and bustle of New York.

Dr. Ada Kulagina is a NY Licensed Acupuncturist, certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She received her Master’s of Science in Acupuncture from the Tri-State College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2002.

“My goal is to restore normalcy to the body’s energy balance and its free flow. I work with a wide range of patients - from adolescents to the elderly. I have a unique approach to each patient and design a tailored
treatment plan to alleviate their ailment.”

Dr. Kulagina

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How We Work


Welcome to Healing Acupuncture P.C.!
We are conveniently located in the heart
of Brooklyn at 8635 21st Avenue.

At Healing Acupuncture P.C., we always ensure
a one-on-one interaction so we can hear each patients’ chief complaints and then recommend the service(s) we believe can ultimately alleviate their pain, discomfort or stress, in order to bring them back to a balanced state within their body and soul.

We pride ourselves with giving each client strong attention to detail and create a relaxing atmosphere during each consultation in order for clients to unwind and enjoy the process.

Since each patient and case is unique, we create individual adjustments and tailor each treatment plan in order to produce quality results.

For more information or to book an appointment, please call (646) 460-6141

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TREATMENTS

Treatments


Classical Acupuncture

Electric Acupuncture

Cupping

MOXA

Gua Sha

Infrared Heat Lamp

Nutripuncture

Treatment Specialties


Pain Management

Headache/Migraine

Fibromyalgia

Emotional
Well-being

Facial Rejuvenation

Other areas of practice


  • Allergies
  • Immune Support
  • Colds, Cough and Flu
  • Digestive or Intestinal Issues
  • Stress
  • Spinal Problems
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Cosmetic Acupuncture
  • Muscle Aches
  • Sprains and Strains
  • Sleep Disorder/Insomnia
  • Wellness/Healing/Prevention
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List FAQ

  • What is acupuncture? How does it work?Open or Close

    Acupuncture is based on energetic laws and the Taoist principle theory of Yin and Yang, which represents the balance of opposing and interrelated forces.

    Within those forces is the movement of energy or life force called “Qi” (chee). Qi is what flows between energy and matter; it is both energy and matter.Acupuncture is based
    on energetic laws and the Taoist principle theory of Yin and Yang, which represents
    the balance of opposing and interrelated forces.

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  • Are there any side effects to acupuncture?Open or Close

    After an acupuncture treatment you will be advised to rest and drink extra water. Most people feel very relaxed and energized after an acupuncture treatment. On occasion you may experience a small bruise where a needle was inserted.

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  • What conditions does acupuncture treat?Open or Close

    rding to the National Institutes of Health, acupuncture may be a useful adjunct
    in the treatment of adult post-operative and chemotherapy related nausea and vomiting, post-operative dental pain, addiction, stroke rehabilitation, headache, menstrual cramps, tennis elbow, fibromyalgia, myofascial pain, osteoarthritis, low back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, asthma, stress, and anxiety.

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  • What can I expect in a typical acupuncture session?Open or Close

    Most sessions start with an interview and a deep understanding of your medical history. The practitioner will then discuss with you what you would like treated with acupuncture and what you can expect from the treatment. Acupuncture needles are then inserted into various points along the meridians. Sensations vary; you may feel a sense of heaviness, warmth, a “dull achiness”, numbers or tingling int he area of insertion. Most patients find acupuncture treatments relaxing and many fall asleep during the treatment.

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  • Is acupuncture safe?Open or Close

    While there are no contraindications to receiving acupuncture or other TCM treatment modalities, there may be certain conditions or circumstances that may prevent you from receiving a treatment today. Some conditions may mean that certain acupuncture points or treatments are cautioned or contraindicated, and your treatment plan will be adjusted accordingly.If you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant, please notify your acupuncturist immediately. Most acupuncture points are safe to use during pregnancy,
    but there are a few points that are avoided as a precaution.

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  • What is Cosmetic Acupuncture?Open or Close

    Cosmetic acupuncture is a great choice for aging baby boomers who want to give their skin a little boost, but don’t want to inject Botox, fillers, or go the surgical route. It also works well for younger women (and men) who want their skin to look its best.

    Cosmetic acupuncture increases the circulation in your skin. Your circulation tends to get
    a little sluggish as you age. Cosmetic acupuncture brings all those nutrient goodies like collagen and elastin back to where you want it—in your face and neck.

    The increased circulation translates into better skin tone, fewer fine lines, and even some lift around sagging jowls and baggy eyes.

    It’s safe. No side effects here, other than the occasional bruise, which heals in less than
    a week.

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  • Can acupuncture help cancer patients?Open or Close

    Yes, it can. We have had several patients of cancer, those who received chemotherapy. Acupuncture helps to relieve the side effects of chemotherapy – nausea, vomiting, weakness, as well as strengthen the immune system.

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  • How many treatments will I need? Open or Close

    The number of treatments depends upon the duration, severity and nature of your complaint. You may need only a single treatment for an acute condition or more than five for more severe and chronic issues.

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  • Can acupuncture treat my allergies?Open or Close

    Chinese medicine treats both seasonal and chronic allergies. By boosting the immune system with acupuncture and possibly herbs, the body’s allergic response can change, improve and even resolve.

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Diplomas of dr. Kulagina

Memberships and Additional Certifications:

Acupuncture Society of New York - member since 2002

Pain Management Certificate

Stress Release

Emotional Balance

Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation

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Location
8635 21st Ave Suite 1A
Brooklyn, NY 11214 USA
Phone
646-460-6141

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