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Lehigh Valley Acupuncture Center and Qi Spa

David and Ming Ming Molony

David and Ming Ming Molony

David and Ming Ming Molony, both with doctorates and both licensed in acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, are the founders and owners of Lehigh Valley acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Centre. Each has over 30 years of experience. They trained extensively in the United States and China. To balance the medical scope of their Centre, they have expanded by adding a spa – Qi Spa – as a complement to their services. They also added Doctor Mikael Brucker (ND), a Naturopathic Doctor, who is also a Licensed Acupuncturist into their practice.

The Molony’s provide an entire holistic experience where patients’ needs are carefully assessed and brought into balance. A system for best health and regeneration is accomplished by using all aspects of traditional Oriental Medicine, including acupuncture, Chinese herbs and supplements, bodywork, nutritional and diet counseling, and day spa services. This approach to whole body health enhances the outcome of conventional Western medicine care. When needed, David and Ming Ming work closely with patients’ doctors to achieve the best outcomes.  

The acupuncture and spa centers work together seamlessly to provide complementary services and pain-free treatment for post-surgical recovery and all types of pain syndromes, allergies, ADHD, sinus/migraine headaches, non-surgical facelifts, smoking cessation, infertility and other female imbalances and disorders. Qi Spa features licensed aestheticians and massage therapists, whose focus is on a client’s whole well being.  

Located in Catasauqua, PA, for the past 30 years, the Lehigh Valley Acupuncture Center is widely recognized as the most respected acupuncture and Oriental medicine center in the Lehigh Valley, with many conventional doctors recommending it to their patients. Every service is thoughtfully provided in the most beautiful day spa in the Lehigh Valley. “We took everything down to the bare walls and totally rebuilt it,” Ming said. Each room has a different artistic theme created with modern mosaic tile work by the renowned local artist Nate Breininger. For example, the tiled wet room for seaweed and mud wraps depicts a mountain scene with a waterfall that flows to the floor and looks like a lake. “We want repeat clients who are happy with our services. We want them to relax in the beauty of our spa and to have a radiant glow when they leave.”  

More information about the Lehigh Valley Acupuncture Center and the Qi Spa can be found in their websites LehighValleyAcupuncture.com and QiSpapa.com and in their Facebook pages.

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