Meg Richichi, L.Ac.
Meg Richichi, L,Ac,, has been an Integrative Health Practitioner and acupuncturist for 21 year. She has a clinical focus in men’s health. She treats erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation, prostate health, frequent, hesitant, urgent urination, stress, insomnia and anxiety as well as general health concerns of headaches, digestion and heart health as well as muscle and joint pain, including sciatica, can all be treated with acupuncture. She is also well versed in adjunctive treatment modalities.
Meg blends both Eastern and Western Modalities in her practice. Her extensive studies and experience includes training at a leading hospital in Vietnam, herbology and shamanic healing practices in the Brazilian Rain Forest and training in holistic-functional medicine in the U.S. Meg uses her collective knowledge and experience to focus on major health issues, including stress related hormonal imbalances, infertility, weight issues and acute/chronic pain disorders. Her practice includes nutritional counseling, acupuncture and personalized supplement programs.
Meg recently relocated from New York City to Charleston, South Carolina. She is a lecturer and radio host much in demand, Meg has spoken to a wide range of groups, including- “Food For Thought”, a Health & Wellness series on VoiceAmerica Radio, NYU Nursing Program, New York Hospital for Special Surgery, NYU Medical Maternal Fetal Medicine Associates, Resolve and Equinox. Her expertise in healthcare has been the subject of several interviews, including Vogue, The Huffington Post, The Telegraph, Real Simple, NPR and Refinery29.
Meg is committed to assisting clients in creating wellness through her work as a health care practitioner, lecturer and workshop facilitator. She feels quite honored to walk this path in today’s world.