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- Harmony Acupuncture211 West Matthews St., Suite 104
Matthews, NC 28105704.233.3544
Clinic HoursMonClosedTue8am-5pmWedNovant PresbyterianThuNovant PresbyterianFri9:00 am-5pmSat8:30am-12:30pmSunClosedNow offering acupuncture at Novant Integrative!
Wednesdays 8am-5pm Private Acupuncture
Thursdays 10 am-4pm Community Acupuncture
To schedule an appointment at Novant please call 980-302-6380. 125 Queens Rd. Ste 500 Charlotte, NC 28204
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