Acupuncturist now seeing patients at New Ulm Medical Center
Acupuncturist Joseph Bickle, L. Ac., has started seeing outpatients and inpatients at New Ulm Medical Center.
Bickle earned his master’s degree in acupuncture and oriental medicine from Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington. He ran his own clinic for several years and then moved to a location where he shared space with a chiropractor. He also worked in a physical therapy clinic. He is licensed by the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice and is certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
Bickle has extensive experience in treating patients with acupuncture for pain conditions. He has also worked with injury recovery, stroke recovery, gastrointestinal issues, and gynecological issues. He has experience in using auricular acupuncture for psychological conditions and addiction recovery. There is a wide array of conditions for which acupuncture can be used, Bickle said, including everything from fertility to dealing with the side effects of chemotherapy.
To make an outpatient acupuncture appointment, call 507-217-5307.