Acupuncture In South Pasadena

Los Angeles Acupuncture

Thomas G. Lee, L.Ac., Ph.D.

Welcome to Far East Holistic Health Care Center. We are a unique health care center providing Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture in South Pasadena, California.

Our center has a long, successful history under the direction of Dr. Thomas G. Lee, a renowned state licensed acupuncturist with Ph.D.’s in Acupuncture Medicine and Oriental Medicine. Dr. Lee and his competent medical team and caring office staff are the best choice for your health needs in the Los Angeles Acupuncture area.

We have exciting news! In 2015 we celebrated our 30th Anniversary!! In honor of this milestone of our success in the healthcare business, we are incorporating a Wellness Program as another major part of our offerings and services in Health Management to our patients and our community, and we would like you to be a beneficiary of it. We are offering a Free Consultation and a Free Mini-Stress Reduction Treatment. Use one or both! The choice is yours!

Please print these special coupons for your opportunity to experience firsthand the special caring treatment that Far East Holistic Health Care Center’s clinicians and staff can provide you.

To save you valuable time, we request you print and fill out the New Patient Health History Form and bring it with you for your first appointment.

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Bring a little balance into your life…give acupuncture a try!  You have nothing to lose and so much more to gain! We look forward to seeing you and helping you achieve the goal of optimum health. Please give us a call!!!


 

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