Owned and operated by Heather Moskovitz, the business will integrate Eastern philosophy of health with Western practices.
“I will be helping my patients to get well by giving their body a push in the right direction with acupuncture and Chinese medicine,” Moskovitz said.
She will focus on veterans’ health, stress, fertility issues, anxiety, migraines and digestive issues. She will offer cosmetic acupuncture, which can reduce fine lines and wrinkles, she said.
She hopes to eventually set a time where veterans will be able to schedule an appointment, like any patient, and there will be no charge that day.
“Veterans have always been close to my heart,” Moskovitz said in an email to The Herald. “Most of the men in my family have served.”
While I was in school there was a veteran that was being treated for PTSD and his story moved me to tears. I decided that I would pay it forward and help those that have served and are serving our country. I think they are under treated and have so many issues that acupuncture can help with, without the need for as many drugs and side effects.”
For information, visit ctvalleyacu.com or call 203-516-7144.