VA Acupuncture Treatment

Everyone who qualifies for medical coverage through the Department of Veterans Affairs automatically qualifies for 100% covered Acupuncture treatments through the Veterans Choice Program.

A referral may be required from a VA Medical Doctor to receive acupuncture therapy.

The VA recognizes Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine to treat a number of medical ailments, conditions, and chronic pain. Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine may be used as the main treatment or in combination regular medical treatment with an MD. This allows veterans to have a wide range of medical options through the Veterans Health Administration with more opportunities to heal, and address pain and emotional well being such depression and anxiety.

The VA requires vendors of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine to be licensed by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).

Merle Friedman, the owner, and principle Health Care Practitioner is both a National Board Certified Acupuncturist and licensed by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) with over 12 years experience. Merle also has over 42 years in Health Sciences as a Registered (RD) Licensed Dietitian and Nutritionist in local Hillsborough County hospitals and Brandon.

Call Merle Friedman (813) 381-3835 today, to be examined, diagnosed and treated to help solve your medical problem and improve your health. Merle accepts most insurance companies that recognize acupuncture as an effective treatment for their subscribers, such as Cigna Insurance – please check with your insurance company for further details.

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