Meet the Acupuncturists
Hannah Grant Caruso, L.Ac
I’m an Acupuncturist in New Paltz who specializes in Orthopedics & Sports Injuries and Women’s Health. Helping you understand how Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine can help you live your life more fully, healthy and pain-free is a goal of mine.
Dr. Zach Truncali
Dr. Zach Truncali is a dual licensed acupuncturist and chiropractor and has been practicing since 2017. He uses a variety of evidence-based techniques to treat pain and internal medical conditions. His goal is to quickly relieve pain and to empower people to understand and take control of their health. He graduated from New York Chiropractic College in 2016 and from the Finger Lakes School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2017. He holds certifications as a Primary Spine Provider through the University of Pittsburgh, and as a practitioner of the McKenzie Method® of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy for the Lumbar Spine. Zach is a lifelong learner, always seeking new perspectives and ways to refine and evolve his approaches to healthcare. His passion for chiropractic and acupuncture was born out of a desire to help others not just with short-term relief, but with tools to create lasting wellness, empowerment, and connection with their bodies and movement. Zach was born and raised in Marlboro, NY. After working in Pittsburgh, PA for the past 4 years, he felt drawn to return home to his community in the Hudson Valley. In his personal time, Zach enjoys hiking, reading, playing board games with his family, and hanging out with his dog Maggie.
My Services Include
I am a licensed acupuncturist in the state of NY with a Master’s Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine. This training includes over 3,200 hours of classroom and clinical training and national examinations for licensure and certification.
Acupuncture during pregnancy can help with the various challenges that new-mothers can commonly expect during this exciting time.
Helping women experience ease through the various cycles of their life with both acupuncture and herbal medicine.
Herbal medicine is both an art and science that creates personalized formulas for each patient based on their unique presentation of illness/imbalance.
Cupping and Guasha are modalities used to help restore circulation/blood-flow and reduce pain and stagnation in areas with injury/dysfunction.
Free 15 minute phone consultations to answer your questions about Acupuncture. 845-430-1309.
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New Paltz Office
26 N. Front Street
New Paltz, NY, 12561
Mon: 9am-7pm, Wed: 9-7 Fri:10:30am-3pm