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  • Are you looking for a way to avoid surgery?

Absolute Qi Acupuncture Clinic

If your answer is yes to one or more of these questions, read on to find out how we can help you.

Maybe you had an accident years ago and the pain has returned, maybe you had surgery and the pain is not clearing. Perhaps you have a muscular-related condition that is hindering your activities? Has chemotherapy left you with numbness? Are you working on conception? Do you have a pain that is always with you?

Besides traditional acupuncture treatments, we focus on three areas: relieving pain, sports injuries, and improving fertility.

We use traditional acupuncture and specialize in Trigger Point Acupuncture also known as dry needling.

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The moment you enter our calm, quiet and soothing center, you will sense that we care about you and your well-being. Our offices are not a cold clinic with stainless steel tables (or curtains), but instead our treatment rooms are warm and decorated to create an environment of comfort, safety and care.

You can sense our partnership with you from your first consultation. We cover your health background extensively. Many people comment that nobody has ever dug so deeply into their health history. After your first treatment, we review your treatment records before every additional treatment to make sure we are aggressively working on your specific complaints and that your customized treatment is being perfectly executed.  We will not keep you coming back when you seem to no longer be benefiting from the treatment and are happy to provide ideas and referrals to help you find the relief you seek.

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Rhonda Hogan comes from a western perspective to acupuncture. She understands that much of the traditional description of acupuncture was developed in a different time when the knowledge of science and the body were significantly less than exists today. Her modern understanding of the functioning of acupuncture and the importance of a properly functioning muscular system, and, how acupuncture can keep the musculature in tune is the core of her practice and understanding of acupuncture and its’ benefits. She holds a Masters of Science in Acupuncture from the Tri-state College of Acupuncture in NYC and a Bachelors of Arts in Biology with a Psychology minor from Lehigh University. She has over 17 years of continuous experience in Acupuncture and began practicing in 1999. She owns Absolute Qi Acupuncture and Wellness center in Somerset NJ.

Rhonda Hogan - Acupuncturist

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I was introduced to Fire Cider a couple of years ago, I tasted it and I was hooked, I loved the taste.  I just needed to see the benefits.

Fire Cider is taking raw apple cider vinegar, which already has many health benefits, and making it even better.  In the past, when I felt a bit under the weather or when one of my kids got sick, I would start doing things to boost my immune system, like miso soup with lots of garlic or taking raw apple cider vinegar, until I met Fire Cider.

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I now store Fire Cider in my fridge and take it when I think I may be coming down with something or when someone in my household is sick.  I have definitely noticed it’s effects and believe it has helps me fight off some colds!

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