• Does your pain have you desperate?

  • Are you experiencing pain that western medicine has not been able to help?

  • Do you prefer to solve pain problems without Drugs ?

  • Are you looking for a way to avoid surgery?

Absolute Qi Acupuncture Clinic

If your answer is yes to one or more of these questions, read on to find out how we can help you.

Maybe you had an accident years ago and the pain has returned, maybe you had surgery and the pain is not clearing. Perhaps you have a muscular-related condition that is hindering your activities? Has chemotherapy left you with numbness? Are you working on conception? Do you have a pain that is always with you?

Besides traditional acupuncture treatments, we focus on three areas: relieving pain, sports injuries, and improving fertility.

We use traditional acupuncture and specialize in Trigger Point Acupuncture also known as dry needling.

AbsoluteQi Waiting Room

The moment you enter our calm, quiet and soothing center, you will sense that we care about you and your well-being. Our offices are not a cold clinic with stainless steel tables (or curtains), but instead our treatment rooms are warm and decorated to create an environment of comfort, safety and care.

You can sense our partnership with you from your first consultation. We cover your health background extensively. Many people comment that nobody has ever dug so deeply into their health history. After your first treatment, we review your treatment records before every additional treatment to make sure we are aggressively working on your specific complaints and that your customized treatment is being perfectly executed.  We will not keep you coming back when you seem to no longer be benefiting from the treatment and are happy to provide ideas and referrals to help you find the relief you seek.

Treatment Room

Rhonda Hogan (formerly Hirsch) grew up in Metuchen NJ. She is a Licensed NJ acupuncturist and member of NCOOA (National Center for Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture). She completed her education at the Tristate College of Acupuncture in New York City and began practicing in 1999. She believes equally in the usefulness of Western and Eastern medicine and believes that complement each other. She is a graduate of Lehigh University with a BA in Biology. Her early career was as a Microbiologist working for a drug manufacturer. She is an avid runner, loves thinking and learning about the function of the body and muscles. She is married and the mother of two children.