Acupuncture in Sarasota, FL

Welcome to Sarasota Acupuncture Wellness Center’s website. My name is Catherine Johnson.  My patients call me Dr. Kitty. I am the acupuncture physician looking forward to seeing you at Sarasota Acupuncture Wellness Center.

I want to congratulate you on the positive choice you have made to strengthen your body’s ability to cope with life’s challenges through the use of Oriental Medicine.

For thousands of years  diet, exercise, meditation, herbs and acupuncture have been used to enhance the bodies innate natural healing process. I have experience using Oriental Medicine to treat patients of all ages who are dealing with pain, stroke, Parkinson symptoms,menstrual issues, stress, insomnia, digestive issues, headaches and trauma .

Sarasota Acupuncture Wellness Center is conveniently located in Sarasota on Clark Rd. close to all major roads making it easy to get to for patients in Venice and Bradenton, Florida.

Please take advantage of the tools in my website to increase your knowledge about acupuncture. Especially, take a look at our patient testimonials.

Feel free to call or email me for an appointment.

Yours in Health,

Catherine Johnson, A.P.

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