- Acupuncture Therapeutics1224 East Green St. #100
Pasadena, California 91106
Mon 8.30am-3pm Tue 8.30am-7pm Thu 8.30am-7pm Fri 8.30am-2pm Sat 9am-2pmsubject to change
I’ve found that Katarina’s treatments have helped me with allergy/ sinus problems, as well as acid reflux, and other symptoms. The treatments are wonderfully relaxing, as well!
The Treatments are wonderful was last modified: October 30th, 2018 by katarina
my lower back pain had immediate results and especially after the 5th session. still keep going for maintenance to keep the lower back pain free!
Immediate results was last modified: October 30th, 2018 by katarina
Katarina was referred to my by a nurse friend and I highly recommend her. She was very informative, punctual (no pun intended) and there was no sales pressure to make me continue if I felt that I had enough. She indicated after about 5 visits (I went twice a week)... Read more »
Katarina always gives the best of care. I feel so much better after i have left
I am feeling so much better after I have left was last modified: October 27th, 2018 by katarina
Through acupuncture, Katarina has helped me manage chronic pain that I suffered for years. She has a great approach, explains the treatment well, and patiently answers all of my questions. I highly recommend Katarina’s services.
Annissa D. Fountain Valley, CA
Katarina has helped me manage chronic pain was... Read more »
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