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Mary Bardis L.Ac.

Acupuncture and East Asian Medicine, L.Ac.

North Country Gentle Acupuncture

96 Court St
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

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p: 518-229-8559

f: 518-562-2263

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Does Not Accept Insurance

About Mary Bardis

Mary has been practicing Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine since 1998, preceded by a 23 year career as a Registered Nurse. She is also a fully trained massage therapist. Mary studied Classical and modern Chinese Medicine Theory, Acupuncture & Chinese Herbal Medicine at The Community School of Traditional Chinese Health Care, NMB, FL., graduating in 1996. She is a Certified NSEV Healing Practitioner and has studied with Daniel J. Atchison-Nevel AP intermittently, since 1994.
Mary’s background in nursing enables her to understand health and wellness from eastern and western perspectives. Her practice is rooted in Classical Chinese Medicine theory and philosophy. All signs & symptoms of disease are viewed within the context of the whole person as well as the environment in which that person lives & works. Every person is unique and requires an individually tailored plan of treatment based on a thorough evaluation of their signs & symptoms, current & past health problems & treatments, their diet & lifestyle. Evaluation is ongoing as treatment progresses and modifications in treatment are made as needed. Her patients learn how to take better care of themselves and to live healthier lives. She incorporates recommendations for Chinese herbal formula’s, Mycoherbs, Enzymes, Homeopathic formula’s and diet and lifestyle changes into her care. In addition to pain, she treats a wide range of health issues, both physical and emotional

NSEV Healing
Rooted in Classical Chinese Medicine, NSEV (Non-somatic Extraordinary Vessel) Healing & Acupuncture is a philosophy of health, and a method of treating and preventing disease. NSEV Healing integrates mind, body and spirit. Researched and developed by Daniel J. Atchison-Nevel AP, NSEV Healing is a modern adaptation of an ancient Classical Chinese medicine and acupuncture healing system. NSEV Healing addresses a person’s core patterns of functioning, as well as their presenting symptoms, with the goal of alleviating both physical and emotional pain and working to help the person achieve optimum wellness. The ultimate goal of NSEV Healing is to create a healthy balance among the internal functioning patterns of the eight Extraordinary Vessels and create an overall harmony in the way a person interacts with the world around them.

Acupuncture Diploma from the Community School of Traditional Chinese Healthcare, 1996
NCCAOM Certified Diplomate in Acupuncture.
NSEV Certified Practitioner

Acupuncture, laser acupuncture, cupping, moxa, massage (in the context of acupuncture treatment when indicated), Chinese herbs, Mycoherbs, Enzymes, Homeopathic formula's, diet and lifestyle guidance, referrals to appropriate health care providers when indicated.

Allergies, Anxiety, Arthritis, Cancer, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Depression, Diabetes, Digestive Health Issues, Headaches, Heart Disease, Hypertension, Immunity Disorders, Impotence, Incontinence, Insomnia, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Low Back Pain

Mary Bardis hasn't specified any additional languages.

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