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Jonathan Ammen, M.Ed., M.Ac., Lic.Ac
Lahey Hospital
41 Mall Road
Burlington, MA 01805
781-259-1165
lahey.org
jonathan.b.ammen@lahey.org
As a practitioner of traditional Asian medicine for 37 years, I bring together acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, therapeutic diet and lifestyle education. I provide care and do research as a member of the oncology team at Lahey Clinic. My experience as a family member of cancer survivors deepens my calling to compassionate, patient centered care.

Brendan Carney
Acupuncture North
400 The Hill
Portsmouth, NH 03801
617-584-1450
Acunorth.com
brendan@acunorth.com
I am honored to provide relief with acupuncture therapy to those undergoing cancer treatment. Acupuncture can help a wealth of symptoms including fatigue, insomnia, stress, nausea, dry mouth/skin/hair, loss of appetite and more.

Anne Frances Hardy, ND
Port City Integrative Health
18 Highland Avenue 2nd floor
Newburyport, MA 01950
978-255-4418
portcityintegrativehealth.com
drhardy@portcityintegrativehealth.com
I am passionate about using natural medicines and acupuncture to support patients through cancer treatment and beyond. My goal is to provide guidance so patients can use their diagnosis as a motivating force to regain health and prevent recurrence in the future.  

Leith Nippes
Port City Integrative Health
18 Highland Avenue 2nd floor
Newburyport, MA 01950
978-255-4418
portcityintegrativehealth.com
leith@portcityintegrativehealth.com

Susan Patten
Newburyport Acupuncture
37 1/2 Forrester Street
Newburyport, MA 01950
978-465-5036
newburyportacupuncture.com
susanpattennbpt@gmail.com
Over 15 years of practice, I've witnessed how acupuncture and Chinese medicine can help reduce the side effects of cancer treatment and restore a sense of strength and hope. My intention is to offer a restful setting that supports ease of well-being and relief, no matter where you are in your journey.

ACUPUNCTURE
Acupuncture is a method of encouraging the body to promote natural healing and improve functioning. Research has shown acupuncture to be helpful in relieving nausea and vomiting caused by chemotherapy. It is also an effective treatment for cancer related pain, fatigue, chemotherapy related peripheral neuropathy, and anxiety. During an acupuncture treatment, a practitioner inserts tiny needles into your skin at precise points. Acupuncturists are also trained in herbal medicine, manual therapies, dietary therapies and exercise therapies, each of which can be of benefit in cancer care.