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Medicine and wisdom in perfect harmony.
The center, headed by Anthony Cerabino—a licensed acupuncturist, medical massage therapist, NAET practitioner, and nutritional counselor—will be showing off its new office with a open house on Saturday, June 22, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
During that time, people will learn how Cerabino and his team specialize in helping people by using a combination of healing modalities, which include acupuncture, aromatherapy, medical massage, herbal medicine, vitamin/mineral supplementation, moxibustion, cupping, and Reiki.
“We can help people get rid of their allergies permanently without the use of medication,” says Cerabino. “Our priority is to take a thorough health history with meticulous attention to detail when treating each person individually.
“Our priority is to take a thorough health history with meticulous attention to detail when treating each person individually.”
And his patients agree.
“I have regained my strength,” says Catherine D., of Plainview.
“When I first started seeing Anthony, I was depleted of energy, barely able to get out of bed, and suffering from adrenal burnout. I had been diagnosed as having Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and was told by several Western doctors that there was nothing they could do to help me.
“He was a great listener and treated me according to my particular needs and strengths. Within a matter of months, I have regained my strength, have been exercising and weight training again, and have returned to work. I have a new outlook on life. Anthony was happy to say I didn’t need him anymore because I am healed!”
To learn more about the center, call 631-665-1666, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit healthcarewellness.org.
Scroll down to see photos of the new space.
Top: Anthony Cerabino at his new space in Bay Shore.