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Acupuncture

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Dr. Frank Ervolino has been practicing in the Treasure Coast area since 1999. His original practice was in Jensen Beach. He then moved to Jupiter Medical Center where he joined the Mind/Body Institute of Jupiter Hospital. He joined the staff of Jupiter Medical Center in 2002.  Since then he has been in private practice. During this time Dr Ervolino also served on the Florida State Board of Acupuncture for the Department of Health and finished as board chair.
Currently Dr. Ervolino has the Treasure Coast Community Acupuncture Clinic (TCCA) in Stuart, Florida. Community Acupuncture is a concept which recognizes that acupuncture as it is commonly practiced in the U.S. is structured as a boutique service that is priced beyond the average person’s ability to use it effectively for their health needs. In other words it is too expensive. Why not lower the cost of an acupuncture treatment, treat more than one patient at a time and give the patient a chance to get the number of treatments needed to resolve health their health issues? That is the way acupuncture was designed to be used and is practiced in the rest of the world. So at Treasure Coast Community Acupuncture in Stuart, the rates are $20-$40 per session on a siding scale. You determine what you can pay for your treatment. To learn more about this clinic and to make an appointment online go to www.stuartcommunity.com.

Dr Ervolino graduated from Bastyr University (www.bastyr.edu) with a doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and a masters degree in acupuncture.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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Dr. Frank Ervolino graduated from the prestigious Bastyr University in 1995 with a degree in Naturopathic medicine. During this time he not only studied Western herbal medicine, but studied the supplement industry formulation and manufacturing from Dr. Buck Levin, Ph. D. and the traditional use of herbs by the native tribes of the Pacific Northwest. Read More

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