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Mark siegrist, Lom, lac

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Mark Siegrist is a Pennsylvania Licensed Practitioner of Oriental Medicine (L.O.M) specializing in Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs, and Oriental Medicine.

Mark studied Herbal Remedies at the Won Institute in Philadelphia, PA, acupuncture at the Eastern School of Acupuncture, and  medical QiGong in Beijing China. Additionally, he has studied with the renowned Dr. Carson, Kikko Matsumoto, and Andrew Nugent-Head.  He holds a certification in traditional Thai massage from Chang Mai Thailand.

Mark is also a certified instructor in Tai Chi Chuan and Wing Chung Kung Fu. Because of his diverse training and experience, he is able to blend the right treatment for every individual to provide maximum results.


 A New Twist on an Old Idea

 Acupuncture treats healing as an art, which is what sets it apart from other healing methods. It is able to accompany western medicine beautifully, and can be an awesome addition to many other healing styles. The Restorative Center takes the time to listen to you and treats your whole health history, not just your temporary situation. This allows clients to partner with their acupuncturist in a wellness plan, which brings about greater results. Although acupuncture is presently considered an alternative treatment, it is a 2000 year old art that will ultimately support a treatment method that brings back empowerment to the patient…the next wave in healthcare


Acupuncture is not just a means of treating people and their illnesses; it is also a way of promoting health and wellness. Acupuncture addresses the way that energy flows through the body, as Qi (pronounced ‘chee’), and corrects any energy that may not be flowing properly. Because this is an alternative method of medicine in the United States, and deals with energy flow, it is important that the practitioner’s energy flow is healthy as well. In essence, all acupuncturists can place needles in the same place, but the effects will vary depending on the Qi of the practitioner. This illustrates the difference between Eastern and Western medicine and gives insight as to the importance of lifestyle and background of the acupuncturist.