Acupuncture is the ancient Asian art of inserting and manipulating thin needles into prescribed focal points of the body in order to enhance health or treat a variety of illnesses and symptoms. Acupuncture has been shown to improve vasomotor symptoms such as hot flashes that can occur with natural or breast cancer treatment induced menopause.  Chemotherapy can produce profound nausea and vomiting and fatigue, and acupuncture has been found to be helpful. In breast cancer patients getting an aromatase inhibitor as part of their treatment, acupuncture can relieve the symptoms of bone and joint discomfort. There is even a suggested benefit with acupuncture to women who suffer from post-surgical lymphedema. Acupuncture is used to treat a whole catalogue of other maladies, most notably chronic pain.

Lower Westchester

Barbara Weiss, B.S., L.Ac.Licensed Acupuncturist50 So. Buckhout Street

Irvington-on-Hudson, NY 10533



705 The Parkway

Marmaroneck, NY  10543



Larchmant Acupuncture

Mei-Sang Hsieh,  L. Ac.

2071 Boston Post Road

Larchmont NY 10538 [at Chatsworth Ave.]

914) 320-7290


Touchstone Acupuncture501 E. Boston Post Road – 2nd floorMamaroneck, NY 10543



Scarsdale Acupuncture

Acupuncture and Eastern Medicine

The Scarsdale Executive Building

531 Central Park Avenue

Suite 304

Scardale, NY  10583





Upper Westchester

East Mountain Acupuncture132 Grand Street,Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520



Patricia Nast, L.Ac.

153 Main Street

Mt. Kisco, NY 10549

(914) 261-2399


Margaret Steele, M.S., L.Ac

25 North Division Street

Peekskill, NY 10566

(914) 739 – 0546


Jillian Schwartz, L. Ac – Associated with Hudson Valley Hospital Center

140 Tate Avenue

Buchanan, NY 10511

Ph: 914-739-5200

Fax: 914-734-8484


Hudson River Acupuncture54 Main Street, #102Tarrytown, NY 10591



Ying Acupuncture

1207 Route 9

Suite 7B

Wappingers Falls, NY 12590



Living Artfully

Angela Lee Chen

210 Martine Aveune

White Plains, NY  10601