GREATER DAYTON ACUPUNCTURE
Tracy Becknell, a licensed acupuncturist and owner of Greater Dayton Acupuncture attended the American Institute of Alternative Medicine in Columbus. She offers a handful of services including: acupuncture, electronic stimulation, moxibution and cupping.
6840 Loop Rd., bldg. 2, Centerville
(937) 204-5760 | Website
Cost: $55 per hour session, cupping rate yet to be determined
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FAR HILLS ACUPUNCTURE
Taking advantage of the cultural history and wellness of acupuncture, Fritz Froelich is trained in all the branches of Oriental medicine including Korean acupuncture and is internationally certified in South Korea and the United States. He also teaches acupuncture at the SHI Traditional Chinese Acupuncture School. Froelich has over 20 years of experience in acupuncture being trained in tuina, a traditional therapy and Gua Sha, which he said is a similar technique to cupping and other types.
2717 Miamisburg Centerville Road, Suite 207, Dayton
(937) 681-7881 | Website | Facebook
Cost: $75 per session including acupuncture and cupping
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KETTERING MASSAGE WELLNESS CENTER
The center offers specific massages that benefit various needs of the body. The center’s practitioners, Julie Laurent and Cheryl Turner, attended the Dayton School of Medical Massage. They offer a Swedish massage and employ Trigger Point Therapy, Positional Release Therapy, Deep Tissue Massage, Myofascial release, massage cupping and more. First-time clients receive a $5 discount off a one-hour session or longer.
28 East Rahn Rd., Suite 100, Kettering
(937) 296-0230 | Website | Facebook
Cost: $35 for 30 minutes, $60 for 60 minutes, $85 for 90 minutes. Prices change Jan. 1, 2017.
Other wellness centers that offer cupping in the Dayton region include Acupuncture for Wellness and MassageRx.