Central Path

Acupuncture & Wellness

Brendan Carney

Licensed Acupuncturist & Chinese Herbalist

1647 Washington Street, Newton, MA 02465
Newton / Boston Acupuncture

Appointments (617) 584-1450

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Central Path Acupuncture

Central Path - Acupuncture & Wellness

Central Path Acupuncture and Wellness

1647 Washington Street
Newton, MA 02465

Phone: (617) 584-1450
Email: brendan@centralpathacupuncture.com

Directions:

Central Path Acupuncture is located just minutes from both I-95 and I-90. We are just down the street from the express bus to Boston, .6 miles from the Green D Line Woodland Station. Downtown Boston is less then a 15 minute drive.

I-95 North and South

  • Exit 21B for Rte-16 / Washington St. east

Mass Pike / I-90 West

  • Exit 16 and follow the East to West Directions below

Mass Pike / I-90 East

  • Exit 14 to I-95 North to the RTE 30 / Comm Ave. Follow Rte 30 / Comme Ave to the Intersection of Rte 16 / Washington Street and take a left. Find the 7th house on the left.

Another Explanation for the locals

From West to East

  • Passing the Newton Wellesley Hospital on your right, West on Washington Street (Rte 16) passing Comm. Ave (Rte 30)
  • 7th House on the left after passing the crossing with Commonwealth Ave. (Rt.30)

From East to West

  • Passing over the Mass. Pike, heading West towards Wellesley on Washington Street (Rt.16), on the 4th block, past Greenough street, 7 House on the right.

Still confused?

We are in a brick tutor house directly across from the Golden Livingcenter (which has a large blue sign) and is a large white column building up on a hill. There is also a large flagpole across the street. Because we are located in a residential neighborhood the city of Newton prohibits a large sign (aye!)

Parking

Is available in the driveway both in front of the house and in the rear. If you cannot park without blocking the driveway we ask that you park on Greenough street just east of our clinic. Parking on Washington St. / Rte 16 is not allowed.

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The National Institute of Health (NIH) estimated that in 2007 approximately 38% or about 114 million people have used some form of Complimentary and Alternative Medicine (CAM).
Are you interested in learning more about the powerful benefits of Acupuncture and Chinese medicine. Call me today at 617-584-1450 to schedule your appointment!