Remedy Acupuncture

About Me


I consider myself to be a medical humanitarian - I started my career serving in the military as a young man, which welded within me discipline,  courage,  integrity,  motivation, and focus. During my time in the service, I participated in missions such as the Sri Lanka relief efforts for the survivors of the Tsunami that hit the island in 2004.  After serving in the armed forces, my curiosity and enjoyment of physical activity led me to a path of understanding how the body functions, which in turn guided me towards physical therapy. I obtained a decade of experience treating many types of neurological, cardiovascular, and musculoskeletal diseases as a physical therapist assistant which taught me the importance of patience, compassion, and empathy not only for my patients but for everyone. My passion for helping others and desire for growth then set me on a course in martial arts which transformed my ambition to becoming my own health clinician as an acupuncturist, this provided the opportunity to relive my adventure days in the armed service and practice acupuncture in 3rd world countries such as Guatemala as a member of the Integrative Health Project in 2018.

Andy Alzamora is an acupuncturist focused on serving individuals recovering from sub-acute traumatic injuries (postoperative), surgeries, musculoskeletal injuries, low back pain, shoulder and neck tightness and/ or pain, neurological disorders, heart attack survivors, anxiety disorders,  headaches, and migraines - with a decade of experience in the rehabilitation of these diseases.  My experience in the health field is balanced by my academic knowledge which includes graduating from Montclair University in New Jersey, majoring in Medical Humanities which emphasized medical anthropology, medical ethics, biostatistics, and medical literature. I recognize the potential for every individual to rise again after falling. Whether rehabilitating from injuries sustained in accidents, systemic failure, or emotional injury, every human being has the ability to recover and metaphorically speaking – "rise from the ashes and reignite their lives!". My style of healing includes Kiiko style Japanese acupuncture and can also include cupping, physical therapeutic exercises, electrical needle stimulation, kineseo tapping, and Qigong to form a comprehensive package of pain management and recovery without the need for addictive drugs such as morphine; while also providing a decade of experience and education in western scientific exercises and medicine.