- Three Moons Acupuncture310 Old Green Bay Road
Kenosha, WI 53144
Kim is absolutely outstanding as a practitioner and as a human being. I have come to her at my most vulnerable — when in screaming pain with a sciatic nerve injury, and after a crush injury to my foot that left me in pain for many months. Everything about her... Read more »
I have been in constant pain in my knees, back, hip and sciatic from osteoarthritis, with cortizone shots in my spine and hip. A coworker mentioned that her friend Kim has an acupuncture practice, that it would help. After 6-7 treatments along with cupping and IT band work I am... Read more »
I’m thoroughly happy with the service I received from Kim. I was VERY skeptical before I started the acupuncture treatments. I don’t like needles and just the thought of being stuck all over with needles made me queasy. I have been going to Kim for 9 months now. I’m thrilled... Read more »
My knuckles were pretty painful and went for 5 treatments of 30 minutes each. I was very skeptical but the end results were great. I have no pain and am able to make a fist with more power. Other areas of my body also improved. Recommend this for pain in... Read more »
The therapy I receive from Kim has been a game changer in my life. Through Kim’s treatments, I am able to better manage my chronic conditions.
Game Changer was last modified: April 19th, 2017 by Kim Filkins
Had my first acupuncture session at Three Moons Acupuncture today for my back and all I can say is wow!! Walked in with a pain level of an 8 and left with my pain level lowered to a 5! Also was so relaxed, refreshed and destressed afterwards! It’s been so... Read more »
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