Acupuncture In Holly Springs, NC

Fran Ammons

Welcome to the Acupuncture and Skin Rejuvenation Center of Holly Springs, North Carolina, where we can help you manage your overall health and your psyche… from the inside out! We offer acupuncture for overall health and a full complement of ailments, and also skin rejuvenation, a proven non-invasive, injection-free process to improve your skin.

Fran-smWe have a professional and peaceful office just off of North Main Street/Route 55 in Holly Springs, North Carolina. Fran Ammons, owner of Acupuncture & Skin Rejuvenation Center, is a Diplomat in Acupuncture, and is licensed by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and the State of North Carolina.

We invite you to experience the benefits of acupuncture – one of the most widely recognized and successful methods of holistic treatment in the world, dating back in practice for thousands of years – while also improving your radiance and vitality!

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