• Balance, through nature.

    Offering the best of the East, to the West, in downtown New York City.

    Balance, through nature.

    Offering the best of the East, to the West, in downtown New York City.

    Balance, through nature.

    Offering the best of the East, to the West, in downtown New York City.

    Balance, through nature.

    Offering the best of the East, to the West, in downtown New York City.

    Balance, through nature.

    Offering the best of the East, to the West, in downtown New York City.

    Balance, through nature.

    Offering the best of the East, to the West, in downtown New York City.

    Balance, through nature.

    Call to schedule your appointment today.

  • ~ Welcome ~

    In a hectic city like New York, everyone needs some time to relax, unwind, unplug...and heal.

    Traditional Chinese medicine is a health maintenance system that professes 'health' to be a manifestation of balance, both within the body and between the body and the external environment.

    When the body is internally balanced and in harmony with the external environment, energy flows smoothly throughout to nourish all organs and tissues. By adjusting and stimulating the flow of energy through acupuncture, bodywork, nutrition, herbal medicine and lifestyle modification, we stimulate the body's natural healing ability to maintain health and protect against disease.

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  • A 3000 year old modality utilizing fine, sterile, one-time use, filiform needles to harmonize the principles of Yin/Yang and balance the functioning of the internal organs, relieve pain, and help numerous other conditions.

    Acupuncture

    Acupuncture

    A 3000 year old modality utilizing fine, sterile, one-time use, filiform needles to harmonize the principles of Yin/Yang and balance the functioning of the internal organs, relieve pain, and help numerous other conditions.

  • As an alternative to acupuncture, Shiatsu and Tui-na bodywork techniques are potent stand alone modalities for the needle shy.

    Bodywork

    Bodywork

    As an alternative to acupuncture, Shiatsu and Tui-na bodywork techniques are potent stand alone modalities for the needle shy.

  • Based on the Taoist principles of Yin/Yang, traditional Chinese herbal medicine is a complete and balanced healing system able to address numerous modern day conditions.

    Chinese Herbal Medicine

    Chinese Herbal Medicine

    Based on the Taoist principles of Yin/Yang, traditional Chinese herbal medicine is a complete and balanced healing system able to address numerous modern day conditions.

  • Acupuncture for facial rejuvenation provides a natural alternative to Botox and fillers for fine lines and dull or sagging skin, leaving a clear youthful and naturally glowing complexion.

    Aesthetic Acupuncture

    Aesthetic Acupuncture

    Acupuncture for facial rejuvenation provides a natural alternative to Botox and fillers for fine lines and dull or sagging skin, leaving a clear youthful and naturally glowing complexion.

  • Ideal for ear, nose and throat conditions, including seasonal allergies, Ear Candling is a gentle yet powerful technique.

    Ear Candling

    Ear Candling

    Ideal for ear, nose and throat conditions, including seasonal allergies, Ear Candling is a gentle yet powerful technique.

  • Cupping therapy is an ancient technique used to treat soft tissue injury or myofascial pain. Cupping is unique in its ability to quickly relieve pain, detoxify tissue and re-establish proper circulatory function.

    Cupping Therapy

    Cupping Therapy

    Cupping therapy is an ancient technique used to treat soft tissue injury or myofascial pain. Cupping is unique in its ability to quickly relieve pain, detoxify tissue and re-establish proper circulatory function.

  • Using tuning forks, Tibetan singing bowls and various instruments to release pain, anxiety, stress, depression and blocked emotions, vibrational therapy is an ancient and gentle healing modality for the modern world.

    Vibrational Sound Therapy

    Vibrational Sound Therapy

    Using tuning forks, Tibetan singing bowls and various instruments to release pain, anxiety, stress, depression and blocked emotions, vibrational therapy is an ancient and gentle healing modality for the modern world.

  • I've been a patient of Giordano now approximately 5 or 6 years. I've had mercury poisoning which lead to neurological complications. I have to say that getting acupuncture with Giordano has improved the areas of numbness and increased blood flow on my lower extremities. He listens carefully, is patient and explains his course of action with the needles. Visiting him is like seeing a masseur, chiropractor and acupuncturist all-in-one.

    Marcus Isaac

  • I was in town and needed to have my shoulder worked on. Luckily I found Giordano Acupuncture. They were able to squeeze me into their schedule and took the time to learn about my condition Dr. Giordano took the time to give me a complete examination before starting any treatment. After the treatment was completed I felt an immediate relief of my shoulder pain and glad to say it is still gone weeks later. Thank you Dr. Giordano you have been a God send I would recommend him to anyone seeking treatment.

    Dr. Bob S.

  • I was experiencing severe foot pain and swelling at 26 weeks pregnant and I was recommended by a friend to Dr. Robert Giordano, I was a bit nervous about receiving acupuncture while pregnant but I loved it after my first treatment, Dr. Robert is very detailed, organized, his schedule is flexible and he was very sympathetic to the pain I was going through. After a few treatments the swelling went down and my pain started going away, my son was born very healthy, I would definitely recommend! LOVED IT!!

    Charina Sanz

  • Please contact us to schedule an appointment or with questions or special concerns.

    32 Union Square East Ste. 411

    New York, NY 10003

    rdano@verizon.net

    (646) 470-6709

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  • Opening Times

    Day Hours
    Monday: Closed
    Tuesday: 4–8PM
    Wednesday: 2–8PM
    Thursday: Closed
    Friday: 2–8PM
    Saturday: 10AM–6PM
    Sunday: Closed
    *Holiday schedules differ; please call or e-mail for more information.