Absolute Integrated Medicine
Oct 30, 2014 05:10PM
Absolute Integrated Medicine (AIM) in Vero Beach was founded in 2002 by Jill Jaynes, AP, DOM. In 2013, AIM expanded its offerings to include a community acupuncture clinic, which is the first of its kind in Indian River County. Jill Jaynes, AP, DOM; Alexis Edwards, AP, DOM; Tammy Anderson, AP, DOM; and Carmen Jimenez, AP, DOM, tailor care for each patient, whether they are being treated in the community or private setting.
The only difference between a private acupuncture treatment and a community acupuncture treatment is privacy and cost to the patient. Patients still receive the highest quality of care as they relax and enjoy their treatment in a calm, comfortable and tranquil atmosphere. Some benefits of a communal setting are ease of access, no appointment needed and you can even go with a friend or family member and be treated together. The clinic availability is Tuesday-Thursday, 10am-5pm and Friday-Saturday, 10am-2pm. The fee is $25.
The third Saturday of every month is Karma Acupuncture Day, where donations of any amount are accepted in lieu of the regular fee for a community acupuncture treatment. All proceeds are donated to a chosen local charity.
Absolute Integrated Medicine, 1575 Indian River Blvd, Ste C-136 & C-130, Vero Beach. 772-770-6184, AcupunctureVeroBeach.com