Acupuncture Together is a community acupuncture clinic. All treatments are customized for your particular health conditions and take place in a quiet and relaxing group treatment room. We practice a special distal style of acupuncture which allows us to effectively treat you in a group setting. You can remain fully clothed while simply rolling up your sleeves and the bottoms of your pants. Most points are from the elbows to the fingers, knees to toes, and head. During your session you’ll sit back in a cozy recliner and rest for about 45 minutes. Most people find acupuncture to be deeply relaxing and many people fall asleep during their treatments!
The acupuncturists at Acupuncture Together are licensed to practice acupuncture in Massachusetts and are Diplomates of the NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine).
Meet our acupuncturists
Justine Deutsch Myers, Lic. Ac.
Justine earned a Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MAOM) degree from the New England School of Acupuncture in August of 2007 and is licensed to practice both acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. Her graduate studies focused on Chinese style acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, and she has done post-graduate coursework in distal point treatments for acute and chronic pain as well as the treatment of infertility, pregnancy conditions and various internal medicine conditions.
Justine has extensive clinical experience successfully treating a wide range of conditions. She has taught courses on distal point treatments and Chinese herbal medicine at community acupuncture workshops as well.
Prior to becoming an acupuncturist, Justine obtained a B.A. in mathematics with a minor in psychology from the University of Rochester. When she’s not working, Justine is usually busy taking care of her two children. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, running and walking outside, gardening and cooking.
Andrew Cheever, Lic. Ac.
Andrew earned his Master of Science in Acupuncture from Tri-State Acupuncture College in 2011. Since 2015 he has worked at Fenway Community Health Center and in 2 community acupuncture clinics. Before moving to Somerville in 2015, Andrew practiced acupuncture at the New York Presbyterian Hospital’s pediatric oncology ward. He has experience working with individuals with physical, cognitive and social disabilities.
In addition to being an acupuncturist, Andrew is a master practitioner and teacher of the Korean martial art, Soo Bahk Do. He began practicing Soo Bahk Do in 1989 and earned his master rank in 2005.