Folio Weekly has nominated Dr. Michael for 2019 Best Acupuncturist in the Jacksonville metropolitan area. Please vote daily through October 11th!Continue Reading...
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.Continue Reading...
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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.Continue Reading...
To celebrate Self-Improvement Month, take steps to be your best you! Whether you’re taking large strides or baby steps, what matters most is that you grow in a positive direction. Here are five tips to help you become the best YOU that you can be. 1. Manage Your Stress Stress not only adversely affects your […]Continue Reading...
Since the treatment I have not experienced any discomfort in my abdomen, back, or upper rib cage. In fact I actually felt better than before the pain attack. I am able to perform daily living skills without difficulty. As I have lost several pounds, (6) according to my scale, I have hopefully broken the 142 […]Continue Reading...
PRESS RELEASE Posted on Jax Chamber MICHAEL KOWALSKI, A.P., Dipl. Ac., Lead Acupuncture Physician at The Acupuncture & Holistic Health Center Published Monday, April 30, 2018 Michael Kowalski A.P., Dipl. Ac. (NCCAOM) is a Florida licensed Acupuncture Physician and Founder of the Acupuncture & Holistic Health Center and the 5 Element Institute in Jacksonville, […]Continue Reading...
Infertility is a common problem affecting many Americans, often with devastating emotional consequences for those affected. Infertility is defined as not being able to get pregnant after one year of trying, or after six months if the woman is over 35 years old. Women who get pregnant but cannot stay pregnant are also considered […]Continue Reading...
Knee pain is the second most common cause of chronic pain. One-third of all Americans report having knee pain at some time in their life. Frequent knee pain affects approximately 25% of all U.S. adults. Knee pain limits function and mobility, and impairs quality of life. Chronic knee pain affects over 46% of older adults, […]Continue Reading...