At Germantown Acupuncture we seek to provide an excellent service and a pleasant experience at a manageable cost to you. Every attempt is made by our office to provide realistic expectations as to the efficacy of acupuncture in regards to your individual symptoms and presentation – this can be explained in more detail during a free consultation or after your initial intake, exam and treatment. If you have any questions or concerns about our services and costs please do not hesitate to contact us.
Services & Fees
At Germantown Acupuncture our mission is to provide our patients significant benefits for the health concerns they present to us in a timely, professional and affordable manner. Acupuncture costs are based on time spent with patient usually between 30-60 minutes, up to 90-120 minutes. Acupuncture treatments may or may not include additional therapies such as gua sha, cupping, moxibustion, TDP heat lamp, electro therapy, massage, exercise therapies, nutritional and herbal recommendations. Prices do not include herbal supplements which are offered to the patient at a modest cost.
What is Acupuncture?
The term acupuncture has come to mean much more than just the expert insertion of fine needles at specific locations on the body. A licensed acupuncturist may draw upon different cultural traditions, styles of practice and techniques, usage of needles, magnets, electricity, finger pressure, the application of herbs or essences, sounds or words to elicit a healing response. Therefore, we can say Acupuncture is a principle not a technique. The needle is the calling card of acupuncturists but by no means their only too!
Your Oriental Medicine Practioner: Daniel Nemer
Daniel Nemer, M. Ac., L. O.M., Dipl. O.M.has been working in the field of East Asian Medicine since 1996, with continual study, vast and varied experiences and an innate gift of compassion. Incorporating acupressure massage, needle and non-needling therapy, energy work, and herbal preparations, Daniel’s emphasis in treatment is to release blocks or holding patterns from the body, restore balance, and promote “superior health,” the ideal state where a person may reach their full potential.
A lover of travel and adventure, in 2006, shortly after returning from study in China, Daniel left Philadelphia for five years to become one of a select few of practicing acupuncturist at sea––treating people on the largest “floating cities” and ports of nearly every continent. It was there he refined his techniques with an ever-changing international client base that demanded immediate results in only days, not months. During this time, he also gave regular lectures on Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
In 2011, Daniel opened Translating Health LLC in Philadelphia. And in 2018 opened G-town Acupuncture in beautiful historic Germantown was formed.
Daniel has held positions as an acupuncturist with Integrative and Functional Medicine Services of Main Line Health, Bryn Mawr, and a clinical supervisor, instructor and adjunct faculty for the Acupuncture and Chinese herb programs at the Won Institute of Graduate Studies, in Warminster, Pennsylvania.
Daniel graduated with a Masters degree in Acupuncture from the Maryland University of Integrative Medicine, formerly the Traditional Acupuncture Institute, in 2004, and holds certificates of advanced training in Facial Rejuvenation, Chinese Herbal medicine, Pain management techniques, Auriculotherapy and massage. A lifelong musician and composer, Daniel can also be heard singing and performing on the guitar.