Acupuncture & Holistic Medicine
Improves the smooth flow of Qi by balancing the energy along pathways
throughout the body.
Stimulates the brain to release the body's natural pain relieving chemicals called endorphins to reduce pain.
When specific points are stimulated, the body releases endorphins & serotonin, which allow the body to go into a calm and stress-free state.
Dr. Oz - Acupuncture For Pain Reduction
Dr. Oz - Acupuncture For Pain Reduction
Kelly and Ryan Try Cupping Therapy
Fertility Acupuncture Success for Women over 40
Dynamic Wellness opened its doors in 2017 in an effort to promote health and wellness within the community. By personalizing each treatment to our clients, we can directly pin point and ease symptoms of underlying causes of disease.
Using the many Chinese, Japanese, and Orthopedic techniques we offer, our patients experience physical, mental, and spiritual healing.
- Lao Tzu
"When you touch one thing with deep awareness, you touch everything."
Andrea is a Board Certified Licensed Acupuncturist and Massage Therapist. She holds a combined Master's Degree in Acupuncture and Bachelor's Degree in Professional Studies in Health and Science. In addition, she holds an Associates of Occupational Studies Degree in Massage Therapy. Her professional service began in 2011 upon graduating from New York College of Health Professions in Syosset, NY.
Before opening Dynamic Wellness in 2017, Andrea was fully immersed in the healthcare field for almost 10 years. During that time, she treated patients suffering from infertility, gynecological issues, bell's palsy, phantom arm pain, orthopedic problems, spinal herniations, and trigeminal neuralgia to name a few. Her method for treatment utilizes a combination of Acupuncture and Massage Therapy to create lasting results.
Most recently, Andrea has been focusing on applying Neurofunctional Acupuncture treatment techniques. Always looking to further her knowledge and better serve her clients, Andrea will be pursuing her Doctorate in Acupuncture in the months to come.
Lindsey is a New York State Licensed Acupuncturist. She received a combined Bachelor of Professional Studies and Master of Science degree in Health Sciences in 2010 from New York College of Health Professions in Syosset, NY.
It is her upmost priority to have her patients feel safe and comfortable while in her care. Over the past eight years, she has done extensive work in treating chronic ailments of pain management, women's health issues, facial rejuvenation and advanced bodywork/acupressure techniques. She considers herself to be an intuitive, empathetic and natural healer. Lindsey strives to inspire each of her patients to live a healthy, vibrant, pain and stress free life.
Andrea is amazing an acupuncturist, her work has helped to relieve my back pain. She has taught me exercises to do at home that will enhance her work.
- Renzo M.
Central Islip, NY
The insertion of extremely thin, sterile needles, into specific points along pathways throughout the body in order to manipulate and balance the flow of energy.
Massage Therapy / Tui Na
The manipulation of soft tissue, ligaments, and tendons using different types of specific massage strokes which generate natural healing.
Involves the use of fine needles in specific face and body points to bring "qi" (energy) to the skin, benefiting appearance while balancing overall body health.
Herbs are the partner to acupuncture, providing the body the energy and nutrients that it is lacking from daily nutrition - making it possible to overcome ailments from within.
An alternative therapy in which glass or plastic cups are suctioned onto the skin to improve circulation, decrease pain and remove the buildup of toxins from the underlying tissues.
An ancient therapy in which a smooth-edged tool is scraped against the skin to enhance blood flow, move stagnant energy and break up adhesions in the muscle.
A traditional Chinese therapy in which an herb (dried mugwort) is burned on or near the skin to boost blood flow, loosen the tissue and increase the smooth flow of energy (Qi) to the area.
Uses traditional acupuncture needling methods while incorporating the use of mild electric stimulation on specific points, called motor points, to induce muscle movement.