Karen L. Rowe, L.Ac, Acupuncturist
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Karen L. Rowe, L.Ac

Acupuncturist

3042 N Federal Hwy Ste 203 Fort Lauderdale FL, 33306

About

Karen Rowe is an Acupuncture Physician practicing in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Dr. Rowe evaluates and treats patients based on the concepts of oriental medicine. Karen evaluates patients by getting an in-depth patient history, reading any patient provided lab or imaging reports and doing a physical exam. After reviewing all of this information a diagnosis and treatment plan is formulated. Using her extensive knowledge of both eastern and western medicine, Dr. Rowe then places the acupuncture needles accordingly to the diagnosis. By following these guidelines, Dr. Rowe has successfully treated thousands of patients since 2001 for pain management issues, digestive disorders, headaches, infertility and many other conditions.

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Karen L. Rowe, L.Ac
Karen L. Rowe, L.Ac's Expert Contributions

What do you attribute your success to?

  • I was licensed to practice acupuncture in Florida in 2001. Since then, I have made it my priority to carefully listen to what my patients experience has been, taking careful notes and history. I develop treatment plans that help to manage expectations and have developed an extensive network of practitioners to refer to should they require additional care. I love what I do and I try to provide excellent care and results for every patient who I work with.

Hobbies / Sports

  • Orange Theory Fitness, running, yoga and meditation.

Karen L. Rowe, L.Ac's Practice location

3042 N Federal Hwy Ste 203 -
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
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New patients: 954-663-4325

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