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Welcome to Linyana’s Acupuncture

New York City life can be stressful, but finding the right acupuncture clinic doesn’t have to be. At Linyana’s Acupuncture, patients receive gentle, effective and personalized treatments to achieve optimal health and wellness in a warm and friendly environment.

We specialize in chronic pain, anxiety, and fertility using acupuncture, herbs, Traditional Chinese Medicine, and lifestyle changes. Our office is conveniently located in Columbus Circle with easy access from Upper West Side, Lincoln Square, Midtown and other Manhattan neighborhoods. For your convenience we offer early morning, late evening, weekend and appointments to suit your schedule. Too busy to come to Columbus Circle? No problem, we also offer house calls and office treatments throughout Manhattan.

Linyana’s mission is to provide relief and restore health to fierce and modern women of New York City. Ultimately, your acupuncture treatments will rejuvenate your body, renew your confidence and provide you with the ability of living life again.

What sets us apart

  • Convenient Columbus Circle location
  • Early morning, late evening appointments
  • Open Saturday & Sunday
  • House calls / Office calls
  • No wait policy
  • One-on-One individualized care
  • Caring and knowledgeable Acupuncturist
  • Friendly environment

Acupuncture Interview

New to acupuncture? Take a few minutes to watch this video, it answers the most common questions about acupuncture such as surprising conditions treated, a description of how acupuncture feels when being treated and the type of needles used. It will also give you a chance to meet Linyana before your scheduled appointment. Please note, the contact information on the video is a former clinic ran by Linyana.

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