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After a successful career of 26 years in public safety, William Halacy retired and began a new career in Asian medicine. Following six years of study and graduation from the New England School of Acupuncture with a Master's Degree in Acupuncture, his practice of general acupuncture was opened in Concord in 2008. He is a nationally certified Diplomate in Acupuncture, certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and is licensed by the State of New Hampshire to practice acupuncture. Bill was appointed to the New Hampshire Board of Acupuncture Licensing by Governor Maggie Hassan in July of 2013.
Trained in both Chinese and Japanese acupuncture, Bill is able to tailor his treatments to the needs and conditions of his patients. His therapy of choice, where appropriate, is Shakujyu Acupuncture Core Therapy as developed by Dr. Shoiji Kobayashi of Japan with whom he has studied.
Bill Halacy's practice of Shakujyu Therapy allows patients to experience the benefits of acupuncture without the insertion of needles. This is particularly attractive to those patients who wish to be treated with Asian medicine but who are uncomfortable with needles.
His patients are primarily those who have either found no relief from traditional Western medicine or those who wish to avoid surgery or the side effects of medication.
A major component of Bill's healing practice is tai chi. He often recommends that his patients begin the study of tai chi as a form of rehabilitation, as tai chi is to Asian Medicine what physical therapy is to Western Medicine. Many of Bill's patients are now able to manage their own health challenges through the practice of tai chi techniques they learned from Bill. Tai Chi can also be used successfully for the prevention of disease.
Bill and his wife Margaret, who have been students of Yang style Tai Chi Masters Tung Kai Ying and Tung Chen Wei for over 20 years, teach tai chi at The Center for Health Promotion, 49 South Main Street, Concord - 7 P.M. Tuesdays for continuing Yang style students, 7 P.M. Thursdays for beginners and 2 P.M. Tuesdays for both beginners and continuing Yang style students.