Acupuncturist Extraordinaire: David Baron M.S., L.Ac.

Your Manhattan Voyeur has important advice.

Being treated by David Baron, acupuncturist,  is a transformative experience. As John Stuart Mill wrote: “pleasure is the absence of pain”.

As an aficionado of acupuncture, I can testify that David’s unstinting commitment to the patient’s absence of pain is matched only by his amazing skills.

When chill winds penetrate my two coats, my muscles can knot and spasm in protest.

Parts of my body that I never really acknowledged begin to ache.

When we met, David Baron listened to my list of kvetches, made notes, rubbed his hands together and promised, “I’m on a mission. You will be fine.”

Baron has studied five different kinds of acupuncture and while his needles work their magic, he leads the patient in a divinely relaxing meditation, and applies acupressure with his hands.

Unlike every other practitioner I’ve encountered (probably the kindest group of people I’ve ever met) David doesn’t leave you alone with the needles. He’s there helping, soothing, and just being cool the whole time.

His web site: email David Baron Acupuncture

His telephone: 917-622-8485

His address:89 Fifth Avenue, suite 903, New York, N.Y. 10003

2 Responses to Acupuncturist Extraordinaire: David Baron M.S., L.Ac.
  1. Michael Lehmann
    May 7, 2015 | 2:25 pm

    This man saved my life. I was experiencing severe chronic pain from a condition traditional doctors were not able to address. A few sessions with David and the situation was under control and I have had lengthy pain-free, symptom-free periods of time. I don’t understand why it works, but don’t care – he is a wonder-worker!

    • Susan braudy
      July 14, 2016 | 1:54 am

      David Baron saved my life too. I was suffering from extreme nervous stomach and intestines. He calmed the situation when little else made
      any difference. Also like many writers I can’t tolerate bad conversation from trainers and healers. David is something of a genius and I always learn important ideas from him.
      Susan Braudy

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