Lynne Martin, L.Ac.

Lynne Martin received her Master of Science degree in Acupuncture from Tri-State College of Acupuncture in New York City, where she graduated with honors. She has also studied in China, and is trained in three styles of acupuncture: Acupuncture Physical Medicine (APM), Japanese Acupuncture (KM Style), and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).

Lynne integrates the following into her acupuncture practice: electro-acupuncture, moxibustion, acupressure, gua-sha, cupping, nutritional counseling, and Zero Balancing.

Lynne is nationally certified in the NADA protocol for drug and alcohol abuse and completed clinic rotations at Lincoln Recovery Center (Bronx, NY) and St. Vincent's Stress Reduction Clinic (New York City). She is Nationally Board Certified in Acupuncture by the NCCAOM, and licensed to practice acupuncture in New York & Pennsylvania. She has also been a Certified Massage Therapist since 1991, and has been in the health care field for more then 30 years.

She is currently available by appointment on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 pm - 7 pm

To Schedule an appointment please contact our office at (215) 736-3803 or 
Lynne directly at (609) 240-7281 or

Rates :
1st visit - $90 
Follow up visits - $75

Lynne accepts cash or personal check for her services

How Does Acupuncture Work?

Acupuncture directs, regulates and balances Qi (pronounced “chee”), which is the vital energy that flows through the body.  By restoring the balance of Qi, acupuncture treats pain and disease, and also promotes general wellness.

Qi flows through the body in pathways called Meridians.  There are twelve regular Meridians (a total of 71 Meridians, in all), which are generally named for major organs.  The Meridians are somewhat related to the physical organs, however, they specifically relate to the Chinese “energetic” functions.  Meridian pathways connect internal organs and the surface of the body, as well as muscles, bones, joints, etc.   Acupuncture points are access portals along the Meridians or pathways.

When Qi flows freely and in the correct proportions through the Meridians, the body is in harmony and the person is healthy and balanced.

When the flow of Qi is blocked, deficient or excess, the harmony of the body is disrupted and pain or disease results.   There is a Chinese saying, “If there is free flow, there is no pain; if there is no free flow, there is pain“.

The goal of acupuncture is to restore the free flow of Qi, balance and health to the body, by stimulating specific points along the Meridians

Please click HERE to download your initial forms and bring them with you to your 1st appointment. Feel free to contact her at (609)240-7281 should you have any questions or concerns.