About Apex Acupuncture & Chiropractic

 Apex Acupuncture & Chiropractic offers a complete menu of holistic treatments for women and men seeking pain relief in New York City. This centrally located Midtown East office features a range of whole-body wellness and natural pain management solutions, including acupuncture, chiropractic care, body pain, massage and bodywork therapies, herbal and homeopathic remedies, and detox counseling.  

 Apex Acupuncture & Chiropractic providers have more than 20 years of experience skillfully treating patients that hope to alleviate chronic or sudden pain (including neck, shoulder, back, and hip pain) due to sports injuries, stress, strain, or other injuries.

The expert team of acupuncturists at Apex Acupuncture successfully provides guidance and natural treatment for fertility issues and weight loss. Women’s health issues, including menopause symptoms, menstrual pain, and hair loss are other common conditions treated with the utmost care.

Apex Acupuncture & Chiropractic takes insurance and offers flexible hours for busy New Yorkers. Call now or book an appointment online to get the pain relief you need. Start on the path to natural wellness today.

Meet Our Staff

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  • Dr. Julie Juhyun Cho, DAOM, MPH, LAc
    Licensed Acupuncturist

    Dr. Julie Juhyun Cho, DAOM, MPH, LAc is a Licensed Acupuncturist in the states of New York and New Jersey.  For seven years, Dr. Cho maintained her own private practice in the Flatiron District before joining Apex Acupuncture & Chiropractic in the Financial District.  Dr. Cho interacts with clients on a daily basis, who require focused pain management treatments, while also providing comprehensive internal health, mental health, cancer care, pediatric acupuncture, women’s health, and fertility support treatments, as well.  Dr. Cho ensures that her touch of compassion, elegance, and professionalism are widely captured in her patient care.

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  • Dr. Alissa Agarwal, DC
    Chiropractor

    Dr. Alissa Agarwal, DC is a chiropractor licensed in both New York and New Jersey. She attended Rutgers University, in New Brunswick, NJ, majoring in Exercise Science and Sports Studies, with an option in Applied Kinesiology. She then attended New York Chiropractic College, where she obtained her Doctorate of Chiropractic.

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  • Nasim Aghayan, DC
    Chiropractor

    Dr. Aghayan attended University of Rochester in Rochester New York and obtained her undergraduate Bachelor of Psychology, Neuroscience. Later she attended Life Chiropractic College West and received her doctor of chiropractic degree in 2015. She is specialized in Diversified Chiropractic technique as well as activator, Gonsted, flexion distraction, and Advanced Bio structural correction technique.

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  • Eva (Jialei) Tang
    Acupuncturist

    Eva (Jialei) Tang is a New York State licensed acupuncturist. She graduated from Pacific College of Health and Science with Masters of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine (MSTOM) and earned her Bachelor of Nursing Science at Northumbria University (Newcastle, UK). She is currently working (part-time) at Pacific College of Health and Science (NY Campus) in the Acupuncture Department. 

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