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Acupuncture in Flatiron, NYC

david foster acupuncturist

Evidence-Based Solutions for Chronic Conditions, in the heart of New York City.

David Foster Acupuncture specializes in the treatment of neurological, psychiatric, and autoimmune conditions, through the use of acupuncture, electro-acupuncture, herbal medicine, cupping and more… conveniently located in Manhattan between the Flatiron and Union Square.

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David Foster Acupuncture
928 Broadway #1207
New York, NY 10010
646-242-7621
Mon
9am - 6pm
Wed
10am - 7pm
Fri
10am - 7pm
*By appointment only

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