- River Ridge Acupuncture215 S 2nd St
River Falls, WI 54022715-396-1849
- MonClosedTue10:00 - 6:30WedClosedThu10:00 - 6:30FriClosedSatClosedSunClosedOpen in Minneapolis location Mon, Wed, Fri 9:00 - 6:30
Dr. Joshua Castillo – “Shane is very professional and highly educated when it comes to how the body heals and functions. I came in with some gastrointestinal issues and he made me feel much better afterwards. Highly recommended!”
Joni Ralph – “I sought out acupuncture for Tinnitus that was quite aggravating and disrupting my sleep. I was fearful I would have to live my entire life constantly hearing this background noise. I had been told by several doctors that there was no solution other than masking devices and hearing aids to reduce the sensation. Shane changed that whole dynamic in a powerful way! After only three sessions. I started to feel an amazing reduction in the hissing/ringing sensation.... Read more »
Marsha Edwards – “Shane is amazing. He has helped me with various problems. I love how patient and knowledgeable he is. He’s very passionate about his work. Also appreciate his staff Charlotte. They both are so kind.”
Corrine Manning. Saint Paul, MNHealth Complaints: Low back pain, tendonitis in wrists, muscle pain in legs and glute What is Better Now? My pain level in all areas listed above have significantly dropped. Less pain every time I come. Why Do You Like This Place? It is very relaxing & welcoming. Shane is a genuine & respectful person & is easy to talk with. He is personable & wants the best for each one of his patients.
Acupuncture will help you avoid the doctors office
Frequently people have pain then go to the Doctor.
The doctor orders an expensive MRI. The MRI does not find a problem.
The doctor prescribes a drug.
Then, the frustrated patient comes to Precision Acupuncture.
Shane does some assessments of the musculoskeletal system and finds the source of the pain.
There are too many unnecessary expensive MRI’s being done, too many drugs being prescribed, too much time spent in the hospital lobby, and too much money spent on providers who don’t know how to assess and treat pain without drugs.