Rhonda Hogan – Licensed Acupuncturist
Rhonda has been practicing since receiving her Master of Science in Acupuncture in 1999. She has been at the same location on Easton Avenue in Somerset, NJ since 2004 and has treated thousands of people for pain, infertility, injury recovery and a multitude of other issues. She is the owner of Absolute Qi.
Rhonda’s Health Philosophy and The Role of Acupuncture
Your body generally heals itself naturally. It is common that injuries, improper posture, disease, bad habits, improper eating, stressful situations and more conspire to cause your body to develop pain and other health issues. Acupuncture treats the underlying cause of the problem and not just the symptoms. Many times the problem is related to the musculature that is “bearing the load” of these situations… this is where acupuncture excels. Acupuncture removes the constrictions caused by the underlying problem and thus allows the body to function as it should.
Real cure comes when you are not only treated, but also modify the behaviors that caused the imbalance in the first place. Rhonda will also council in these situations.
Besides Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Rhonda also practices Trigger Point (triggerpoint) Acupuncture, Dry Needling, and Electro-acupuncture. Rhonda has chosen to focus on these methods of treatment after a few decades of observing what works best in her patients. Let her bring this hands-on, practical experience to your problem.
The office is conveniently located close to Rt. 287, Rt, 1, Rt 27 and the Turnpike. The office is under 1/2 mile from the New Brunswick border and 1 mile from Rt. 287 exit 10. We are located in Sunset Plaza which is right on Easton Ave. Our offices are around back. We are in Suite C.
Please call (732-227-9991) to make an appointment. We believe and practice very limited wait time for our patients and thus walk-ins are discouraged.
We are exceeding the recommended Covid interaction and cleaning procedures (Before Acupuncture, Rhonda was a micro-biologist involved with testing the purity of water used to manufacture pharmaceuticals. Cleanliness and purity was her FDA regulated job.)