Nancy Grossman, Licensed Acupuncturist
River Valley Acupuncture
409 Main Street, Suite 105
Amherst, MA 01002
To make an initial appointment
A phone conversation is required before scheduling a new-patient appointment, as I want to make sure that my skills are a good “fit” for your needs. You may call and leave a message or use the contact form below to request a return call. Please let me know some good times within the next several days to call you back. I check voice mail regularly during business hours Monday through Friday; I check email less frequently.
For general inquiries
The quickest way to contact this office is by telephone at (413) 585-1511. For general treatment questions, to schedule an intake appointment, or to schedule a free, 15-minute phone consultation, kindly call the office. I handle all scheduling and the majority of communications over the phone (which I check regularly during business hours, Monday through Friday); however, you may also submit brief, general questions below, and I will respond ASAP, usually within 1-2 weekdays. Please know that the contact form below and associated email are not encrypted, so, for protection of your personal health information and to make the best use of time, please call or request a call back via the contact form if you wish to discuss your particular concerns. For queries that might entail a lengthier response, kindly request a free, no-obligation, 15-minute phone consultation.
If you reach out using the contact form, make sure to say something related to acupuncture or Chinese medicine, such as “questions about acupuncture,” in the subject line, if you are interested in acupuncture treatment. I get a tremendous number of non-treatment-related inquiries, and I don’t want to overlook your email by mistake.
Thank you for your interest!
From Amherst center: From the major intersection at No. Pleasant and Main Streets, head east (towards Pelham) on Main Street and continue 0.4 mile, through a set of traffic lights at Dickinson and Triangle Streets. Take a right turn into a driveway just after the traffic signal and Elements Hot Tub Spa (on your right-hand side) and just before a large light-yellow building and a sign for “401-409 Main Street” and “Red Barn Music,” also on the right. If you are driving, park in the lot; I am in the red building off the parking lot, on the first floor.
Alternatively, take the #30 PVTA bus to the Gray Street stop and hike a very short distance back up the hill and across the railroad tracks.
The office is handicapped-accessible.