Acupuncture & East Asian Medicine on the Main Line

We treat the whole family, working with both adults and children. Acupuncture treatments are formulated to meet the unique needs of each patient. Schedule your appointment today!


Individualized treatments tailored to address your concerns.  Using an East Asian medicine assessment, treatments are designed to ease pain physically, mentally, and emotionally, restoring health and a sense of well being.   Many people are surprised to find that Acupuncture treatments are relaxing and often painless. It is not uncommon for patients to take a 20-30 minute nap on the heated treatment table.  Restorative treatments last about 60 minutes.

Acupuncture Extended Sessions with Wellness Coaching

Acupuncture is widely recognized for pain relief, but it also offers the capacity for deeper understanding of symptoms as the body’s wisdom.  When you understand the language of your symptoms, they become valuable messengers steering you back towards balance.  Wellness Coaching with Acupuncture allows more time to dive into conversation around the mind-body connection inherent in East Asian Medicine, as it relates to your condition.  Anchoring wellness practices such as meditation or qi gong instruction may be offered, as these tools that help get to healing the root of recalcitrant symptoms.  Sessions from 75-90 minutes.

Shiatsu Massage

For those seeking massage alongside pain relief that is anchored in the mind-body principles of East Asian Medicine, shiatsu is an ideal therapy.  60 and 90 minute sessions are offered.


Practitioners of Oriental Medicine & Acupuncture

The Present Sage Acupuncture is a family practice, treating adults and children. Individualized Acupuncture treatments are designed to restore physical health, balance and peace of mind.  Shiatsu massage and bodywork sessions are also offered to relieve pain and stress.

We are located in Narberth, but treat clients across the Philadelphia area, including areas like Bryn Mawr, Ardmore, Haverford and Manayunk.


Our Acupuncture Philosophy

Being well does not mean never being sick or in pain.  Often symptoms (such as pain) are clues from the body that a change and treatment are needed.  Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine can help you translate your body’s symptoms into a plan of care. 

Mt. QingCheng Sichuan Province China
Mt. QingCheng, China photo: MaryFatimah Weening

What Conditions Does Acupuncture Treat?

  • Back Pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Headaches
  • Women's Health
  • Anxiety
  • Depression

MaryFatimah Weening Master of Oriental Medicine, L.Ac. Dipl.Ac.

What I enjoy most is helping patients feel like themselves again. 

Areas of practice focus: chronic pain, stress, anxiety & depression, GI and auto-immune disorders.  Empowering patients to maintain balance with greater awareness of the links between emotional and physical health.


Mary Fatimah’s approach is relationship-centered with each patient. Chinese Medicine is predicated on the interconnectedness of the mind and body and treatments often address physical, emotional and mental blockages to health.

MaryFatimah has practiced acupuncture for 9 years, and is licensed by the Pennsylvania State Board of Medicine, and nationally board-certified by the NCCAOM. She holds a B.A. from Smith College, and a Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Maryland University of Integrative Health.

MaryFatimah’s studies with advanced clinicians and scholars in the field of Oriental Medicine such as Heiner Fruehauf, Dr. Jeffrey Yuen and Kiiko Matsumoto continue to inform her clinical practice. In 2017 she studied in China with several classical lineage holders of Chinese Medicine specializing in Acupuncture, herbal medicine, and Daoist self-healing qi gong and meditation.


schedule a complimentary phone consult to find out if Acupuncture is right for you.