It’s Thanksgiving – our annual day of “thanks giving” – and I offer my thanks to you.

Dear patients, clients, friends, colleagues, and supporters:

This year, more than ever, I appreciate your confidence – showing up in person to receive care, allowing me to help you stay healthy and strong or to recover and “get back in the game”, and trusting me to do everything possible to keep you safe during your in-office visits. Thank you for your trust. Thank you for showing up and enabling me to be here with you in the future.

I am grateful for being able to withstand the many burdens of practicing during the COVID-19 pandemic. I am grateful that my practice has endured so that I can continue to care for you, see you, and work with you. Thank you for your support.

I am also thankful for being able to see you via telemedicine “video call” visits. I truly appreciate that our new practice software enables me to care for you when you are unable to visit in person – to connect with you, offer support, and help you stay healthy. Many of you have found your individualized recommendations and acupressure point self-care programs to be beneficial – and I have really enjoyed teaching this to you! It has taught me that remote care is effective.

Lastly, I appreciate being voted Best Acupuncturist of Greater Nashua. To my new patients, thank you for placing your trust in me and allowing me to care for you. And thank you to all of my longstanding patients – many of you have been with me for 10-15+ years and there is no greater honor than your loyalty. New or longstanding, I promise to continue to provide each and every one of you with clinical excellence and compassionate care.

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday because it is simple. It is about gratitude and kindness; a day to connect, reflect, appreciate, and let others know they are appreciated.

So, thank you. Sincerely. I am ever grateful for your support, affiliation, friendship and trust.

It is truly a pleasure and an honor to serve you, to know you, and to work with you.

Have a safe, and healthy Thanksgiving holiday.