Indian River Acupuncture & Functional Medicine Ribbon Cutting Celebration




Join the festivities as Indian River Acupuncture & Functional Medicine commemorates its new location with a Ribbon Cutting ceremony on Friday, January 11, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. The official ribbon cutting will take place at 5:30 and guests are encouraged to arrive in time for this special moment. Attendees are invited to receive a complimentary acupuncture relaxation treatment in the new community room during the event. The celebration will include catered bites, wine and beverages and door prize drawings.

Indian River Acupuncture & Functional Medicine was founded in 2006 by Angela King, AP, DOM and has grown to feature a team of four practitioners all known for their expertise, compassion, integrity and results. King’s associates include Dr. Christine Nielson, MD, Chelsey Dodd, AP, DOM and Amanda Milian, AP, DOM. The practice recently expanded and relocated to 1300 36th St, Suite H, Vero Beach.

“This new beautiful healing space includes a community acupuncture room where treatments are given in comfortable recliners in a group setting,” says King. The community acupuncture fee is $40 and same day appointments are available.

In addition to private and community acupuncture and Neuro-Emotional Technique (NET), the practice now offers Mei Zen cosmetic acupuncture, Functional Medicine lab consultations, healthy detox programs and guidance for those with Lyme disease.

Please RSVP for the Ribbon Cutting by calling 772-564-8383 or emailing IRAcupuncture@gmail.com. 

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