Jeff Griffin, founder of the Center for Natural Healing, in Doylestown, was awarded Best Holistic Health Practitioner, while Grace Rollins and Paolo Propato of Bridge Acupuncture were awarded Best in the category of Acupuncture by the Intelligencer newspaper.
Bridge Acupuncture has been serving Doylestown and the surrounding area since 2009. In addition to private acupuncture sessions, the practice hosts weekly community acupuncture and qigong, and biweekly meditation. Rollins and Propato trained under Japanese acupuncture Master Kiiko Matsumoto and are avid students of martial arts and meditation.
“We were surprised and humbled to win Best of Bucks Mont, since this is the first year they offered an acupuncture category,” says Bridge’s founder, Grace Rollins. “There’s so much satisfaction in helping to keep our community strong and healthy, and we are thrilled to know the community loves us back!”
Griffin, a practicing chiropractor since 1984 with a specialization in nutrition, thrives on helping his patients understand the relationship between their symptoms and their quest for improved health. The Center for Natural Healing uses the latest chiropractic techniques and therapies to treat a host of spinal misalignments. Additionally, plant-based enzymes are used to relieve stress and imbalance caused by nutritional deficiencies.
“Stress is the number one issue,” Griffin says. “The trick is understanding whether that stress is structural, nutritional or emotional in nature or a combination of all three. Once you are able to find the source of the stress, the treatment becomes obvious.”
Karen G. Meshkov, publisher of Natural Awakenings of Bucks and Montgomery counties, comments, “I’m not surprised, as our community’s practitioners represent the best of integrative care in their localities, but it’s exciting to see holistic medicine moving into the mainstream.”
Bridge Acupuncture is located at 30 Garden Alley, Doylestown. For more information, call 215-348-8058 or visit BridgeAcupuncture.com. November 2017