Apple Acupuncture LogoWelcome to Apple Acupuncture

Our name stems from the old adage, “An Apple A Day Keeps the Doctor Away” Yet, what if you still need a doctor?  That’s where Apple Acupuncture and Dr. Steiner can become your trusted source for patient-centered care.

Our aim is TO USE a holistic approach to provide the best path to health and healing. This is done by addressing body, mind, and spirit while providing the best of what modern medicine has to offer.  We create a customized treatment plan for the patient with referrals when and if needed to medical specialists and to other modalities. We begin with a thorough evaluation that includes not only an interview and physical exam but also assesses current medications, laboratory tests MRI’s, etc. Resources for understanding and guiding your health are also provided.


Meet Jeremy B. Steiner, L.AC., A.P…..

Practitioner of Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine, board-certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and licensed to practice acupuncture in New Jersey and Florida. Extensive postgraduate training under the mentorship of Japanese acupuncture master Kiiko Matsumoto and medical acupuncture master Dr. Jeremy Steiner, MD. Currently completing a Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at The Atlantic Institute for Oriental Medicine in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Specialising in the treatment of pain and inflammation, during his years in practice he has had extensive clinical experience and positive results in the treatment of a wide spectrum of disorders including acute and chronic pain conditions, sports injuries, trauma, autoimmune, thyroid, digestive conditions, neuropathies, allergies, common cold, fatigue, stress, weight loss, neurogenic disorders, post stroke paralysis, swallowing disorders, and emotional issues such as anxiety and depression. The practice of Traditional Medicine is a vehicle to aid patients on their journey towards health, well-being and the unfolding of their potential. Read More About Jeremy


image1 copyKiiko Matsumoto, one of the most influential acupuncturists in the past 1000 years. 

Does Acupuncture Work?

  • 57% of patients surveyed in a six-clinic study said acupuncture was definitely responsible for improved health.
  • The National Institute of Health (NIH) FOUND that acupuncture is effective for treating numerous diseases.
  • According to the World Health Organization, acupuncture can treat a variety of conditions including, but not limited to: Gastrointestinal disorders, insomnia, menopausal symptoms, infertility, and psycho-emotional disorders.
  • The earliest acupuncture devices were made of stone, bamboo, slivers, or sharpened bone. These were not used to pierce the skin, but rather to press on acupuncture points. The oldest acupuncture needles found date to A.D. 600.