Phyllis Shapiro, L.Ac. | Acupuncture | Columbus Circle | 10019

Find Allergy Relief with Phyllis Shapiro: Expert Acupuncture and Herbal Treatments in Midtown Manhattan

Welcome to Allergy Relief with Phyllis Shapiro

I’m Phyllis Shapiro, and I’ve been helping patients find relief from allergies for many years. I’ve noticed how disruptive allergies can be, affecting your daily life and overall well-being. If you’re struggling with allergies, know that you’re not alone and there are effective treatments available.

Understanding Allergies

Allergies are the body’s negative response to certain stimuli. This can result in symptoms like runny eyes, a drippy nose, sneezing, itching, rashes, or general malaise. Allergies can be inherited or develop over time, often due to overexposure to a substance, especially when the body is already compromised by illness or emotional stress.

Our bodies have a threshold for tolerating allergens. Once this threshold is crossed, hypersensitivity kicks in, and even minor exposure can trigger a significant reaction.

How Oriental Medicine Can Help

Oriental Medicine, including acupuncture and Chinese herbology, can help your body build a new, healthier response to allergens by strengthening the affected organ systems. During allergy season, treatments focus on alleviating symptoms, while out of season, treatments work to create a more robust immune response to allergens.

Your Personalized Treatment Plan

At my midtown Manhattan practice, I provide personalized treatments to help you manage and reduce your allergy symptoms. My approach is holistic, addressing both immediate symptoms and long-term resilience. Whether you’re dealing with seasonal allergies or persistent sensitivities, I’m here to help.

Take the First Step Towards Relief

Reach out to me, and let’s start your journey towards a life without the discomfort of allergies.

I provide the best treatment I can to every patient.

Please call my office at 212-262-7448 to schedule an appointment.  — Phyllis Shapiro

Read what my patients have to say about their experiences.