Erika Prinz Freed, Licensed Acupuncturist
As a modern healer, Erika balances a medical-based, grounded approach with deeply compassionate, dedicated work. She is committed to understanding and reaching each patient’s individual health and wellness goals, whether it means experiencing less pain and more mobility, decreasing anxiety and sleeping soundly or improving fertility for a future family.
Erika specializes in treating physical pain conditions including injuries and migraines, women’s health, and psychological issues, and has has worked with thousands of patients since earning her Master’s Degree in Acupuncture. She was named as one of the top twenty best acupuncturists in New York City by Expertise.com for three consecutive years (2018, 2017, 2016) and has trained in both the United States and China.
It usually starts with something like this:
"I’ve been in pain for months (or years), and I’ve tried everything. Acupuncture is my last resort."
"I don’t feel like myself, but the doctors can’t seem to find anything “wrong” with me."
"Maybe I’m just getting old."
"Everything feels pretty good, but I want to take better care of myself now, before I burn out."
There are countless other scenarios, but acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) can address almost all of them.
This time-tested medical system views any symptom, injury or condition as a sign that the body is out of balance. Treatment through acupuncture and TCM enables the body to effectively and safely get back to balance, resulting in decreased symptoms and a lower chance of future conditions from arising.