Enerqi Center Accepting New Patients
The Enerqi Center for Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine, which opened in September, is accepting new patients. As a full-service, one-on-one clinic, Enerqi works with patients that need oncology (cancer) support, stress and insomnia care, and pain management. They offer meditation instruction at no cost to patients and their families.
“People in West Allis no longer need to leave their city to enjoy acupuncture and traditional medicine care,” says Paul Shinkle, a licensed acupuncturist and executive director at Enerqi. There is ample, free street parking, and the clinic is on the route 53 Milwaukee County Transit System bus line. Shinkle is a former firefighter and paramedic, and is pleased to offer services to members of the safety forces. Enerqi is a veteran-friendly business, a Registered Veterans Choice provider and a member of the Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce.
Location: 10827 W. Lincoln Ave., West Allis. For more information, call 414-209-4228, email Paul@EnerqiAcu.com or visit EnerqiAcu.com, where you can schedule an appointment.
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