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First Pics: Six Fishes acupuncture opens at 2308 Grays Ferry Ave.

South Philly now has a new spot for acupuncture.

Six Fishes Neighborhood Acupuncture at 2308 Grays Ferry Ave. is having its grand opening from 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21.

A sign is coming soon

A sign is coming soon

This is owner Cara Frank’s second location. She opened Six Fishes Healing Arts at 750 S. 15th St. seven years ago, and she said she felt inspired to open a second location in the rapidly growing Triangles section of Graduate Hospital.

“This is a neighborhood that is very eclectic,” Frank said. “That’s going to be part of the fun.”

The new location, in a storefront on the first floor of the Osun Village building, had a soft opening at the end of July. It has three beds in an open room with curtains for privacy, as well as two private acupuncture rooms. Rates for acupuncture in a private room are $150 for the first visit and $95 thereafter. Rates in a semi-private setting are $100 for the first visit and $75 thereafter.

Reception area

Reception area

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This is the semi-private area with curtains

Chinese herbs galore

Chinese herbs galore

A few things set Six Fishes apart – it has a strong focus on Chinese herbs and it has a board certified pediatrician and anesthesiologist, Lynnae Schwartz, on staff at the new location, who specializes in pediatric acupuncture to help children with chronic, severe pain.

Some of the staff of the new location: Lynnae Schwartz, Cara Frank and Rachel Wolf.

Some of the staff of the new location: Lynnae Schwartz, Cara Frank and Rachel Wolf.

The grand opening coincides with the Chinese Moon Festival, and there will be mooncakes, swag and a raffle.

- Jennifer Lawson, @byjenlawson

 

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