Alyssa Risi

Licensed Acupuncturist

ACU Restoration, LLC

Licensed Acupuncturist in a sports physical therapy clinic with integrated techniques for patients who seek to enhance their quality of life

Asbury Park, NJ

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License, Credentials & Experience

Alyssa has been helping people for 4 years
Licensed Acupuncturist (LAc)
New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners (BME) , #25MZ00135500

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Endorsements

Chronic Stress
Athletic Injuries
Acupressure

Practice Locations & Hours


Tinton Falls
1540 West Park Avenue, Suite 4, Tinton Falls NJ 07712, United States
Tue: 10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Wed: 10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Thu: 10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Fri: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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About me

I have always loved functional medicine and how one can heal the body without excess prescription medication. Originally on the physical therapy track, I was introduced to acupuncture and immediately took to it after only a few sessions for insomnia and stress. I went to school & graduated with a Masters in Acupuncture from Tri State College of Acupuncture in NYC, and am licensed to practice in the state of NJ. I work in a physical therapy clinic treating muskuloskeletal and orthopedic injuries, although I also love working with people who seek treatment for stress, anxiety, detox, & internal disharmonies. Being a former dancer of 16+ years, I understand the importance of injury recovery and being in the best physical/mental shape possible to perform your craft to the best of your ability.

My Inspiration

As a former dancer, injury was always part of my life & the lives of friends in class. I was inspired through my own injuries and injuries of classmates to pursue a career that helps people with pain to recover and return to doing what they love.


Practice Details

Insurance accepted
Out of Network
Works with
Individuals
Families
Ages works with
Teenagers
Adults
Languages
English

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Alyssa Risi Answers
I find muscle releasing in acupuncture to be effective if the tension has a muscular component. Releasing the tight fibers allow the surrounding tissues to spread out and lay flatter so you do not feel as much tightness or tension. If the tension has a stress/emotional component, acupuncture can also address the underlying cause that could be feeding into the muscle tension, giving you an integrated approach to both aspects of tension. It is also a good idea to incorporate gentle neck stretching and proper hydration, along with monitoring your posture throughout the day.





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