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2375 Richmond Road

Staten Island, NY 10306 USA

718-987-2273

Meet the Acupuncturist

  • Eulix Vargas L.Ac., LMT, MSTOM

    Eulix Vargas L.Ac., LMT, MSTOM, strives to provide families with the highest quality, personalized, and holistic healthcare in Staten Island. She teaches parents to be healthy examples to their families. It is her purpose and passion to encourage people to be active participants in taking responsibility of their own health.

    As a member of Falcone Family Chiropractic & Wellness, Eulix’s clinical focus is on pediatrics, gynecology, pregnancy support, and gastro-intestinal problems. She is a graduate of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, with a Masters in Traditional Oriental Medicine, as well as a Bachelor of Professional Studies in Asian Holistic Health and Massage with a focus on Tuina, Chinese therapeutic massage. Prior to her training, Eulix received her bachelor’s in pre-med biology from LeMoyne College.

    Eulix’s emphasis on holistic healing has been a life-long journey for her. Dealing with her own digestive issues as a child, her father’s decades-long battle with Hepatitis C, and her family’s struggles with poor healthcare, Eulix made an early decision to take care of her own health. As a former volunteer in several hospitals throughout New York City, she witnessed several of the limitations people experienced through conventional medicine. Her decision to pursue a holistic practice is based on educating and empowering families of their options to better health.

    Not many people are aware that they can make their own decisions to be healthier. Eulix not only empowers adults, but children too. There is a lack of Chinese medicine practitioners that focus on children, therefore, Eulix’s services are of great value to parents who are seeking a more holistic approach to improving their children’s health.

    Eulix, her husband, and young son currently reside in Staten Island. She spends her free time with family, reading, writing, learning about different cultures, traveling, meditating, and practicing Pilates. She also enjoys talking about the benefits of Oriental Medicine, and she is available for speaking engagements.

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:30AM - 5:00PM

Tuesday:

Closed

3:00PM - 7:30PM

Wednesday:

9:30AM-5:00PM

Thursday:

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ACUPUNCTURE

Friday:

9:30AM - 2:00PM

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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Testimonial

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dr. Falcone has changed my life! I went to her office to get checked out because she had done such a wonderful job helping my, then very pregnant wife with her severe back pain."
    David G., Staten Island, NY

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