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To All our Valued Patients at Tiger Acupuncture,

This letter serves to inform our patient base that, after much consideration, Tiger Acupuncture will no longer be operating in the family business structure that it has over the past 10 years.

The business will be closing its doors February 1st, 2020 at its current location on 20 Nassau St. in Princeton and will not reopen for patient care in its present form.

The business entity itself will also remain open for a short period of time to settle logistics surrounding medical and tax records, insurance billing, and accounts receivables related to this process.

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While outside forces have led to this change, including the sale of our current building location to be remodeled into a hotel in 2020, we are very excited about the opportunities ahead for our family, as a whole, and ourselves as individual practitioners for future growth.

First, we are pleased to announce that both Michael and I will be staying local as Acupuncturists in the Princeton and Lawrenceville area, as we always have been.

Michael will be taking the opportunity to join the Lawrenceville Acupuncture Center. Started by John Urich L.Ac., The Lawrenceville Acupuncture Center has developed a great reputation while in full time operation since 1988. Michael looks forward to joining the practice towards late February after an initial adjustment period.

Information regarding Michael's availability at his new office will be forthcoming in a separate email that will reach all of Mike's patients who have seen him exclusively over the years in Princeton. However, the basic contact info for his new location is here below:

Michael Bonacci, M.S., L.Ac.

Lawrenceville Acupuncture Center, LLC

1651 Lawrenceville Rd.

Lawrenceville, NJ 08648


I will also be taking my experience both as a business owner and an Acupuncturist to join the team of healthcare professionals at Princeton Integrative Health in Lawrenceville. Princeton Integrative Health provides an array of services to treat the root causes of disease, often filling in the gaps missing in traditional western care.

Their current services include: Integrative / Functional Medicine, Functional Medicine Testing, Chiropractic, Lymphatic Massage, Medical Marijuana, Functional Brain Training, Health Coaching, and more. I will be spearheading a new endeavor in their clinical space to offer Community Acupuncture side-by-side with Community Chiropractic.

We hope to be one of the only centers where patients can receive these services in the same hour under the same roof. I will also continue seeing patients for private sessions for dry needling, e-stim, and other services I have offered in the past, though I will no longer be practicing Tui Na massage.  

In addition, I plan to expand my medical training into the Functional Medicine field as well so that I may also be more helpful to my patients through this service.

As with Michael's patients, more details will be sent directly to my exclusive patient list in a separate email. However, here are the basic details for contact where I will be starting February 1st:

Joseph Bonacci, M.S., L.Ac.

Princeton Integrative Health

134 Franklin Corner Rd.

Suite 101B

Lawrenceville, NJ 08648


We apologize for the abrupt nature of this change and any discontinuity in care that it has or may cause for our patients during our transition.

As a final note, we would like to let our patient base know that, as a family, it has been our great honor to serve each and everyone of you. I think each patient that walked into our office has walked away with an understanding that, while you may have been my patient or Michael's, you were being cared for by the whole family, as family.

And while we are more than excited to expand individually into the new opportunities ahead of us and to see you all there, we would be remiss not to say that this last decade of family practice has meant a lot to us and that we will miss it.

Kind regards,

Joseph Bonacci, M.S., L.Ac.

Michael Bonacci, M.S., L.Ac.

Ginny Bonacci