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Acupuncture, Body Work, Cupping, Herbal Medicine 

Licensed Acupuncturist, Saratoga Springs, NY

 (310) 430-0951    

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A Philosophy of Healing

"A visit to a medical professional can often leave us feeling unheard.  Too often the focus is on numbers on a lab test and not on how we are actually feeling and functioning.  My treatments focus on addressing the underlying causes of a condition in addition to alleviating any current discomfort.  I want my patients to leave my office feeling better in the moment, and with a plan of action for the future.   I want relief to be fast and long-lasting and I want my patients to understand what they can do to be a part of their healing. 

As a licensed practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), I focus on the whole person. The complex factors that create illness or pain require an in-depth understanding of the patient - not just a cursory medical history and exam. Successful treatment demands that I take the time to truly listen to my patients.  This allows me to help my patients unravel the story that brought them to my office and help them figure out how, together, we can get them feeling better. 

Disease and discomfort can make any of us feel disempowered and helpless. Medical approaches often intensify these feelings. We leave the doctor’s office disconnected from our bodies and powerless in our own healing. The way to combat this is through education. The one-on-one time I spend with my patients ensures that their concerns are addressed, questions answered, and they leave better informed about their treatment and their bodies. With knowledge comes clarity and hope. Through education, I can help satisfy my own passion to empower all my patients to live rewarding and healthy lives."

– Cindy Rosenberg, L.Ac., Dipl. OM

 February  2023

Cindy is an exceptional practitioner! She invested the time required to understand my unique history and concerns before developing a treatment plan. She has exhibited patience and compassion in all her interactions with me and her treatments have significantly reduced the pain I had been experiencing. I would recommend Cindy to anyone considering acupuncture.

 October  2023

I have been getting treatments since beginning of the summer 2023. I had no prior experience with acupuncture and I am now a believer,. Cindy is knowledgeable, experienced and tries to explore the source of the issues Vs just doing treatments. Extremely pleased at every visit, highly recommend

December  2022

I've been searching for years to find someone who could provide expert acupuncture and massage treatments that work. Cindy is a true healer. She listens, offers positive insights, and provides excellent service. I highly recommend her.

What Patients are Saying

About Cindy
Cindy Rosenberg moved to Saratoga Springs, NY from Los Angeles, CA in 2021.  She practiced in LA for 18 years, with a very busy practice on the west side of the city.  Cindy is well-known for her unique combination of body work and needles, bringing an acupuncture session to a whole new level.  She has found over nearly 20 years of practice that the combination of these two modalities, along with other techniques like gua sha and cupping, is far superior to using either of them on their own when it comes to breaking patterns of chronic pain and illness,  Cindy is also a highly-trained herbalist and has worked with countless patients to help heal gut issues, balance mood and hormones, combat allergies and resolve other chronic illnesses.  She has always enjoyed working closely with physicians to create a complementary healing program for her patients.   

Cindy trained in California at Yo San University, where she graduated with honors with a Master's in Traditional Chinese Medicine.  Prior to this Cindy was a working massage therapist in LA and had a BA from Hampshire College in Amherst, MA and also attended Brandeis University in Waltham, MA.  Cindy holds her diplomate in Oriental Medicine from the NCCAOM and has received years of advanced body work training from Esalen Institute in Big Sur, CA.  






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