- Sun & Moon Acupuncture and Wellness, PLLCEffective April 4, 2022
21 Carmichael Street, Suite 206
Essex Junction, VT 05452802-662-1066
“Melanie is very thorough. I appreciate the care she takes to make sure she really understands what is ailing you. ”
I have been a patient of Melanie Severo for more than two years. Three years ago, I became very concerned that I had had four bouts of bronchitis over a relatively brief period. Since I was already engaged in care provided through traditional Western medicine and was diligently following my pulmonologist’s recommendations, acupuncture seemed to be a sensible complement. Thus far, the results have surpassed my expectations. I am happy to say that I have not had bronchitis since beginning... Read more »
“Melanie is a caring, effective practitioner with an intelligent and personalized approach to healing. I highly recommend her. ”
Melanie is my answer to any joint pain I have had, knees, legs, and wrists. She also has helped me with my Dry-Eye problem.
Melanie gets to know you, your life-style and nutrition. She gathers your medical history all before beginning the magic of her expertise.
Her needles gently penetrate your skin heading directly to your pain points while the music in the background transports you into a sense of relaxation and well-being. How do I spell join... Read more »
Melanie is thoughtful, effective and caring. She says that she’s passionate about your health and well-being and she really does mean it. I quite liked that Melanie has a Western background (she’s as a registered nurse) while also being able to explain all of the non-Western components of acupuncture. Her new office is well located and very pleasant. Highly recommended. JT
“Melanie is a true healer and professional. She gives me relief physically and mentally. My life is is much better because of her acupuncture therapy. ”
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In addition to the 12 main acupuncture meridians that flow along the surface of the body, there are also deeper channels of energy in the body called the Extraordinary Vessels. You can understand the relationship between the primary acupuncture channels and the Extraordinary Vessels by thinking about what happens when it rains: first, small ditches become full – these