- Precision Acupuncture1829 Riverside Ave, Ste 200.
Minneapolis, MN(612) 293-5161
Clinic HoursMon9:00am-1:00, 2:00-6:30pmTue9:00am-1:00, 2:00-6:30pmWed9:00am-1:00, 2:00-6:30pmThu9:00am-1:00, 2:00-6:30pmFri9:00am-1:00, 2:00-6:30pm
Bonnie Hering – “If you are looking for a dedicated and nurturing acupuncturist, Shane Berquist comes highly recommended by me. He champions at addressing your concerns and encouraging open communication through every step of treatment. I recently had a couple of visits with him to treat a recurring neck issue... Read more »
Michael Klein – “I am a 32 year old male who came to Shane Berquist, L.Ac. in April of 2014 with chronic pain and weakness of my right shoulder. The condition developed 8 months prior from unknown reasons. I had pain in my shoulder that I rated 4/10 (10 being... Read more »
Michael Roberts – “Best experience ever! Just got my first treatment done today which was completely pain free! But the best part of it all is I feel like a new man! Time to take on the world!”
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Josh Holland, Blaine, MN – “Before I saw Shane at Precision Acupuncture I had seen multiple hand specialists, had scans and test – all with no pain relief. After one visit I had full use of my hand back! The environment is welcoming, and Shane is such a knowledgeable professional... Read more »
Joal McAlister, Oakdale, MN – “Initially when I saw Shane I was hoping he could help with my hives. After a few sessions I noticed several additional health benefits such as better digestion and better sleep. Having experienced frozen shoulder several months before and continuing to have issues with it,... Read more »
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.