June 19, 2013
South Shore Community Acupuncture (SSCA) started in a tiny room of about 6ft by 10ft with three chairs very cozily close to each other. How blessed and lucky was I to be given the space and resources to offer acupuncture to the Quincy community, thanks to Mark Vonnegut, MD and his progressive and sensible approach to health and wellness. Our clinic started small, but when acupuncturist Jen Alberti joined us in September 2012, we graduated up to a larger room, still cozy, but now with five comfortable spots for patients to come in for treatment.
Jen’s presence has been integral for the growth of the clinic and I am so happy that I have had the chance to work with Jen and all the very supportive staff at MVPediatrics. With bittersweet sentiment I share that my family and I will be moving to New Jersey to be closer to our extended families. My last day will be Wednesday, July 17th. I am so grateful to all of you that continue to put your trust in us and have helped to build our clinic into the sweet and bustling community that it is today. Our well intentioned dream has become a beautiful reality and we couldn’t have done it without you.
SSCA is excited to have acupuncturist Jess Butler join the team. Jess comes with many gifts and lots of experience working in community acupuncture. You will appreciate her gentle nature and positive demeanor. Jess will be here on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays starting the last week of June. Be sure to welcome her on board.
In NJ, I will open my own community acupuncture clinic. If you have friends or family in the Princeton/Trenton area, let them know that affordable acupuncture is on its way to a town near them. I’ll be sure to share the news once I open up shop.
Again, thank you so much for your trust and support and for helping us make our dream a reality. We are honored to serve you and to offer affordable acupuncture to the Boston and South Shore community. Thanks for spreading the word about our clinic.
With deep gratitude,
Nicole Maniez, LicAc