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Acupuncture Center of Naples Relocates

Traditional Chinese Medicine Center Now More Convenient For Patients

The Acupuncture Center of Naples has relocated, so that the public can more easily visit Dr. Xiu Qiong Cen to treat their ailments with alternative healing methods and herbs. The medical school graduate of the Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China, will continue to apply her 27 years experience at her new offices at 5683 Naples Boulevard, in the Edgemont Office Park.

By using acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Cen can help individuals to heal naturally. It is important to maintain the person’s health by facilitating the flow of Qi through the defined pathways within the body. If the flow of Qi is interrupted, insufficient or unbalanced, the energy of our body known as Yin and Yang, becomes unbalanced, and illness may occur. Acupuncture can restore the natural cycle of balance and treat many health issues.


Location: Edgemont Office Park, 5683 Naples Blvd. (off Pine Ridge Rd., and just north of Home Depot, on the left), Naples 34109. Hours: 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday to Friday. For more info or to make an appointment, call 239-513-9232 or 239-263-2322 or email
drcenacupuncture@gmail.com.

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