Cynthia Gallant, MAc., LAc.,LMT Dipl.Ac.Abt.NCCAOM

Acupuncture and Massage Therapy                                                   


Cynthia is a graduate of New England School of Acupuncture/ Mass College of Pharmacy and a Diplomat in Acupuncture and Asian Bodywork Therapy and professionally Board Certified from the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.  


New England School of Acupuncture is one of the first Acupuncture schools founded in the United States and well known to be prestigious and well respected Traditional Chinese Medical Schools in the Country.


She received her license of Acupuncture in Rhode Island, as well as in Massachusetts by the MA Board of Medicine and license of Massage by the MA Board of Massage Therapy.  

Currently, Cynthia is on Faculty at NESA as part of the “CAP” Community Affilated Outreach Program at the Tufts Medical Center Boston, MA in Dept. of Hematology and Oncology and specializes in pain management and enhancing the quality of life for her breast cancer and sickle cell patients in the Breast Cancer Clinic.  


She has also joined with South Boston Yoga Community where she treats yoga students and staff at the West Broadway Boston, MA location.  


In addition, Cynthia draws from her various clinical intern experiences at Winchester Hospital Walk-In Clinic and at NESA’s Newton, MA Clinic where she practiced both Japanese and Chinese Acupuncture Styles.  


Cynthia also has 11 years clinical experience as a Zen Shiatsu Japanese Bodywork Therapist, and was a graduate of Charles River School of Shiatsu.  

She has in addition studied Tuina and SotaiHo Bodywork Styles at NESA.


Cynthia comes from a Martial Arts background in Taekwondo that helps her understand body mechanics and muscle synergy, where she formally trained at Boston University under Mass Collegiate Taekwondo Association and became a US National Black Belt Taekwondo Forms Champion.  


As a past biology graduate of Boston University, a nationally published academic cardiovascular research scientist, and now Acupuncturist, Cynthia combines eastern and western medicine in her clinical practice looking at the root cause of pathology and takes a holistic style approach in her treatments to achieve overall harmony and balance in the human body.

"Don't think about what can happen in a month. Don't think about what can happen in a year. Just focus on the 24 hours in front of you and do what you can to be closer to where you want to be."

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