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Akron, OH 44333
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Paula Pennington is my hero. Just seeing her smile at the beginning of each visit gives me peace. Paula is a nurse-angel and a very gifted healer. She is able to speak with her patients to assess the best route to relief from pain and stress. She takes time to... Read more »
Paula is a very warm and compassionate person who has helped me in many areas of my life. She is certainly very gifted at acupuncture and hand therapy. I first went to see her for allergies and trouble sleeping. Her needles greatly improved my symptoms! Recently, I took up racing... Read more »
The best gift that you can give yourself is a few sessions with Paula! I had never been to an acupuncturist before – originally went to see her for plantar fasciitis and to help with menopause / weight loss. That has evolved to me seeing her monthly for general health... Read more »
I tried Chiropractics for my neck pain and when that didnt help, I decided to try accupuncture.... Read more »
After my 2nd accupuncture treatment with Paula Pennington
The pain is now a shadow of itself.
Pain no longer rules my day.
I highly recommend this practitioner. LS
I’ve been going to Paula for over 4 months and it’s made a huge difference. The combination of acupuncture and Korean hand therapy have literally eliminated my migraine headaches and the horrible pain in my neck that made it difficult to turn my head to the right. The hand therapy... Read more »
A few years ago, I was diagnosed with Scleroderma that encompasses a multitude of symptoms. No cure for the illness; treat symptoms as they occur. I had about given up. Prescription medications offered me little or no relief. Often the medications triggered side effects that sometimes made my condition worse.... Read more »
I have to admit that I had a fair amount of anxiety regarding a bunch of needles being stuck in me, so to speak, and that’s the first thing I told Paula. But I can assure you, my anxiety was needless. I have found acupuncture treatments to be the most... Read more »
I was a little doubtful of whether acupuncture could help with some of my problems, but I was soon pleasantly surprised. Although I still suffer from constipation and bloating, I was able to greatly reduce my low back and sacral pain throughout the course of a few treatments. An added benefit was... Read more »
Paula is incredibly gifted. She has treated me for low back pain and hot flashes with amazing results. I also see her seasonally for general tuning and disease prevention, and I recommend that anyone who wants to take their health to the next level do the same.
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I want to say thank you so much for the way I feel now. My back pain was really becoming unbearable. I have to tell you how surprised and how much better I felt just moments after my first session with you! I never expected such immediate results. Acupuncture has been... Read more »
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