Acupuncture 4U Moves to New Location
Dr. Qin Fu, owner of Acupuncture 4U, announces that he has moved his office from 4401 Manchester Avenue in Encinitas to 285 North El Camino Real, Suite 205, in Encinitas.
“We’re very excited to be in this new space,” says his wife and office manager, Ling. In celebration of the move, the pair is offering a $50 gift certificate on Acupuncture 4U services to all new clients.
Dr. Fu, who has trained in China and the U.S., has over 25 years of experience in the healing arts. His practice, established in 1990, offers acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine and herbal medicine.
In addition to offering package treatments, he offers the utmost professional care with a holistic approach for pain relief and other bothersome ailments. “Dr. Fu’s gentle demeanor can put you at ease with your health concerns,” adds Ling.
For more information, call 760-230-2490.
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