About Our Acupuncture And Wellness Clinic
“Our purpose is to help as many people as possible by offering an alternative for drugs and surgery.”
Complementary Healthcare provides a tranquil, family like environment that leaves patients very comfortable and satisfied. We are committed to providing reliable healthcare services that complement traditional allopathic care.
Through a comprehensive and integrative approach, we help you find your way to better health using acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine. Furthermore, in order to reduce and prevent the incidence of illness, and enhance quality of life, we work with physicians, individuals and corporations to educate the community and in turn help people save time and money in healthcare costs, and most importantly regain their health.
Meet Dr. Marco DiBonaventura
Dr. Marco is a Board Certified Acupuncturist in the state of Pennsylvania while also licensed in the state of Florida as a Doctor of Oriental Medicine. He has been running a successful Acupuncture and Wellness Clinic in Florida since 1997 and recently moved back to his home town, King of Prussia, PA in March of 2012 to reunite with his family. He is a graduate of the School of Complementary Medicine in Oviedo, FL. In addition, he has also completed international fellowships at various hospitals and wellness clinics in China, Japan, and Korea.
Graduating at the top of his class in 1997, Dr. Marco excels at patient care. Renowned for his successful treatment of various stress related disorders including but not limited to: headaches, fatigue, shoulder/neck/back pain, and sleep troubles. Dr. Marco also provides customized nutrition and lifestyle advice along with doctor assisted weight loss programs. He holds a National Board Certification in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the NCCAOM, certifications in 10 most difficult diseases in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Trauma with TCM (fractures, tendon, ligament tears), Parkinson’s and TCM, Cancer/Tumors treatments with TCM. Dr Marco welcomes health concerns that have been through the traditional route of allopathic care with no success.