New Location for Ni’s Acupuncture
Nov 26, 2013 06:46PM
Ni’s Acupuncture has moved to a new 6,000-square-foot facility with seven complete treatment rooms in Cocoa Village. The center boasts an on-site comprehensive herbal pharmacy that utilizes imported, hand-selected, high-quality herbs, as raw and natural as the time they were harvested.
Physicians at Ni’s Acupuncture Center have been offering traditional Chinese medicine in Brevard County for the past 18 years. Each of the physicians is traditionally trained in acupuncture and the use of traditional Chinese herbs, practices that have been used for more than 5,000 years.
“Symptoms in the body are early warnings that care must be taken to avoid the progression of the symptoms into a disease,” advises Jonathan Lee, AP. “With traditional Chinese medicine, each patient is treated as a whole entity, as opposed to treating a particular illness or disease.”
Dr. Hai Sha Ni developed the series of Hantang Herbal Pills offered in the pharmacy. Hantang pills were designed specifically by Dr. Ni to address a wide variety of symptoms that affect many people's day-to-day lives. The pills are made in Taiwan under the strictest guidelines in terms of quality control and manufacturing. The clinic offers more than 100 types of herbal pills.
Ni's Acupuncture Center, 505 Delannoy Ave, Cocoa. For more information call 321-454-9259 or visit NisAcupunctureCenter.com.