Lemay strongly advocates the power of acupuncture, treating a number of regular patients as well as her own dogs, on occasion. Sessions usually begin with an evaluative conversation. Lemay asks patients how they have been feeling, and looks at their tongue. One of the strongest muscles in the human body, the tongue can also tell how internal organs such as the liver, kidneys, heart, spleen and are operating.
Along with their lengthy list of accomplishments and accolades, both Treatman and Lemay are members of the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture, Certified Family Physicians and New York State Certified Physician Acupuncturists; having completed the required 300 hours of training.
In the past 11 years of operation, Complementary Health Services has grown to two locations. Cazenovia residents are able to receive treatment at 3566 Pompey Hollow Rd., while those living closer to the city can receive treatment at the East Syracuse office, at 6701Manlius Center Rd.
As Treatman is currently employed as the director of employee health at Syracuse's Crouse Hospital, Lemay is the primary caregiver for Complementary Health Services. She will be on hand at the Cazenovia Natural Healing and Wellness Fair, held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday May 14, at the American Legion Hall on Chenango Street.
To learn more the doctors and services offered, access the business's website chscaz.com, call 655-8637 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Discounts are offered to students and cancer patients. As hours of operation vary between the two offices, contact Lemay to make an appointment.