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We apologize in advance if any of these new safety procedures are inconvenient or seem unnecessary to you. However, we believe we all need to do our part to keep not only ourselves safe, but also help keep others safe – especially the most at-risk people in our community.

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In light of the evolving COVID-19 crisis, I would like to personally share the steps we are taking to protect our patients and employees.

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Optimistic Woman

March is celebrated as the month when optimism rises within you. It is like the seed that germinates and has a powerful potential for growth. There is also a powerful possibility for growth and change within you.

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For many, the shorter days and reduced sun exposure of winter bring colder weather and a colder mood. These “winter blues” cause you to feel less joyful and more sadness.

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Dr. Michael's speech was so interesting!

A dozen acupuncture patients and their friends enjoyed a talk by Dr. Michael Kowalski, AP, on Five Element Acupuncture. A Q&A followed, with refreshments and free chair massages!

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Folio Weekly has nominated Dr. Michael for 2019 Best Acupuncturist in the Jacksonville metropolitan area. Please vote daily through October 11th!

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Dr. Michael Kowalski A.P., Dipl. Ac. (NCCAOM) is collaborating through his 5 Element Institute with the University of Florida (UF Health Jacksonville), and Utica College (Utica, NY) to pioneer groundbreaking research on acupuncture for neck pain.

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Dr. Michael's Interview

Watch Dr. Michael’s most recent interview on Five Element Acupuncture diagnoses. Click Here.

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Whether your Fire energy has lost a little or a lot of your joy, receiving Five Element acupuncture on your Fire meridians can restore your Fire energy.

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Autumn is traditionally the time of year which follows the harvest. When the harvest is bountiful, this signals a year of plenty ahead. In this way, autumn is associated with being thankful and grateful for reaping a good harvest. The Thanksgiving holiday is based on this tradition of gratitude in the autumn season. It is […]

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