Sports Medicine Acupuncture®  /  Modern Chinese Medical Acupuncture

M/Ac 1.0 - $200
50 minute treatment with acupuncture needles + electric muscle stimulation, cupping, heat therapy. Includes integrated intake for new patients of postural assessments, muscle testing, constitutional diagnostics, etc, plus treatment. Treatments for more complex conditions that require more time will be charged $100/30 minutes at discretion of patient.

Online Booking available.

Cancellation Policy: Generally, 24 hour notice of cancellation is required. No shows will result in full payment.

M/Ac Tune up - $125
25 minute treatment with acupuncture needles. For Existing patients that need more frequent treatments, or patients with time constraints, treating only one body part or condition, or anxiety/stress.

Please contact office to book tune ups. Email office at menardeast@gmail.com or call 631-899-4112.

Cancellation Policy: Generally, 24 hour notice of cancellation is required. No shows will result in full payment.




Acupuncture is the insertion and stimulation of thin, sterile needles into “points” in the subcutaneous and muscle tissue to achieve certain desired outcomes which may include enhancing the immune system, relieving of pain, decreasing the recovery time of injuries, and/or relaxing the sympathetic nervous system. It’s early beginnings extend over 3,000 years to ancient China to a medical system and theory based in the Tao, a philosophy of balance and harmony.


Sports Medicine Acupuncture®

SMAc combines Western sports therapy postural assessments and muscle balancing testing with the effectiveness of Traditional Chinese Medicine to differentiate and treat many muscular skeletal injuries and pain conditions.



Cupping is a very old-school, simple method of treatment that uses the negative pressure of glass jars plus heat to enable the body to remove exanimate blood, white blood cells, and other inflammatory responses that have become stagnant in deep tissue causing pain, soreness, and preventing healing.



Otherwise known as “moxa” is a form of heat therapy that uses the Chinese herb, Artemisia Argyi, or “mugwort”, which is applied to certain acupuncture points to treat and prevent diseases. Clinically, it is an excellent tool for enhancing the immune system, warming muscles, and relieving pain.



Also known as “scraping”, and “coining”, is a therapeutic technique that uses a smooth-edged instrument on lubricated skin that serves to release toxins and promote healing of injured tissue. “Modern research shows Gua sha produces an anti-inflammatory and immune protective effect that persists for days following a single Gua sha treatment. This accounts for its effect on pain, stiffness, fever, chill, cough, wheeze, nausea and vomiting etc., and why Gua sha is effective in acute and chronic internal organ disorders including liver inflammation in hepatitis.” -Arya Nielsen


Tuina Chinese Medical Massage

Tui na is a manipulative hands-on body treatment that uses Chinese taoist and martial arts principles in an effort to bring the eight principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) into balance.


External Liniments

The special sauce of TCM, used mainly for therapeutic effects to relieve pain and decrease the recovery time of injured muscle and skeletal tissue.


Electric Muscle Stimulation

Electrical muscle stimulation (EMS), also known as neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) or electromyostimulation, is the elicitation of muscle contraction using electric impulses. EMS has the potential to serve as: a strength training tool for healthy subjects and athletes; a rehabilitation and preventive tool for partially or totally immobilized patients.