Calandra Opens New Office in Arlington Heights




Teri Calandra, LAc, LMT, RMT

Teri Calandra, LAc, LMT, RMT, has opened a second office at 2015 South Arlington Heights Road, Suite 111, in Arlington Heights. Calandra Acupuncture offers acupuncture, herbs, Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Techniques (NAET), Reiki, Access Consciousness Bars and the Bengston Energy Healing Method.

Calandra is trained in Traditional Chinese Medicine and NAET Allergy Elimination, and is a Reiki master teacher. She uses an integrated approach to uncover and treat the underlying imbalances that lead to complex chronic conditions such as stress, pain, digestive dysfunction, autoimmune disorders, ADHD, chemical sensitivity and infertility. She also empowers patients with a variety of classes. All NAET Allergy Elimination patients receive tools to help themselves at home.

Original Chicago location: 47 W. Polk St., Ste. M-5, inside Equilibrium Energy+Education, Dearborn Station. For more information, a complimentary 15-minute complimentary phone consultation and appointments, call 312-515-9492 or visit CalandraAcupuncture.com

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