“Welcome to Acupuncture POINTS”

Acupuncture in Oak Park, Illinois

New Patients are welcome to Acupuncture POINTS in Oak Park, IL, where we specialize in treating back pain, anxiety, fertility, and much more using acupuncture, herbs, and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Our acupuncture clinic is located in Oak Park, accessible from Chicago Loop, River Forest, Berwyn, Elmwood Park, Forest Park, and other Chicagoland Suburban neighborhoods.

Acupuncture POINTS ~ established in 2007 by Founder, Yosef Pollack, L.Ac, provides high quality affordable complementary health care. Yosef and his team of licensed Massage therapists will help resolve most any health issues: Back and Neck pain, Joint dysfunction, Migraines, Digestive disorders, Allergies, Infertility, and myriad ailments you may be suffering.

Combining Dr.Tan’s Balance Method and Master Tung Acupuncture therapies help you feel much better instantly! With over 30 years of clinical experience, Yosef has helped thousands get better, naturally! Give a call for a Free Consultation, get your questions answered along with immediate health tips to remedy your concerns.

All our therapists are trained and licensed by state and local licensing boards. Because every patient is different, every treatment regimen is unique.

Massage Therapy supports our Acupuncture treatment plans with Swedish massage, Deep Tissue, Pregnancy Massage, and restorative therapeutic techniques to achieve optimum healing. Your questions and inquiries regarding any of our therapists’ professional background and treatment methods are welcome. Please call or email us for more information.

Yosef's new office!
We’re happy to be in a Great New Office with extra treatment room, Sunshine, and Awesome patients!
Yosef @ Acupuncture POINTS
Yosef enjoyed serving the community at his old Holley Ct office. Acupuncture POINTS is now at 1102 Chicago Ave  Oak Park 60302

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                   BALANCE METHOD ACUPUNCTURE 

Highly effective acupuncture therapy helps encourage and stabilize homeostasis:

  • Supports internal organ functions
  • Improves Digestion, Respiration, Hormonal,
  • Supports external functions
  • Musculoskeletal Orthopedic disorders
  • Back and Neck pain, Scoliosis, Joint pain syndromes, Sciatica et al

Whether an internal or external disorder, this method works!

                                   MASTER TUNG ACUPUNCTURE

Acupuncture technique targeting the neurologic system stimulating areas of the brain:

  • Vaso-dilates blood vessels to increase circulation
  • Modulates Neuro-Endocrine Systems to balance Hormonal disorders
  • Regenerates/Creates new tissue that may be compromised from chronic conditions
  • De-flame Nerve tissue to help resolve most pain syndromes

Common pain symptoms: Numbness ~ Burning ~ Throbbing ~ Aching ~ Stabbing sensations and much more…

Acupuncture POINTS Yosef enjoying his office...
Yosef enjoying his office…
Oak Park’s Healing Oasis

“ACUPUNCTURE WORKS!” and more videos on how & why…Enjoy!

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