Todd Fluck

Licensed Acupuncturist

Todd is South Jersey’s number one choice for athletes and active people of all ages and abilities. Whether you’re looking for pain relief, sports medicine, or health and well-being, Todd provides Marlton and the surrounding communities with the most thorough treatments and highest level of acupuncture and manual therapy available.

South Jersey Sports Acupuncture in Marlton, NJ

Qualified

  • Masters Degree in Acupuncture

  • Licensed Acupuncturist – NJ Board of Medical Examiners

  • NCCAOM Certified

Trusted

  • Proven track record with people of all ages and abilities.

  • Over 130 – 5 Star Reviews on Google and Facebook

Experienced

  • Todd has been helping the South Jersey community feel better since 2006.

Testimonials

  • I’ve pushed my body to its limits with nearly 20 years in the NHL. Todd helped me by working on some tight, over-trained muscles. Todd’s deep muscle and fascia work also helped get me through some tough pre-season training. I would recommend Todd to family, friends and teammates.

    Ian Laperriere
    Philadelphia Flyers
  • I was so pleased when I finally had my first visit with Todd Fluck. Immediately, nagging pains vanished. With each visit, the firing of my muscle chains began to improve. I have been hooked ever since. Thank you, Todd, for your passion and continued efforts toward improving my career and performances! 

    English Gardner
    USA Gold Medalist Sprinter
  • Todd has an ability to identify and work out small problems before they become big problems. Regular treatments are as important to my training and injury prevention as any exercises I do at the gym or track. I’d recommend Todd to any athlete who wants to train consistently and without pain.

    Erin Donohue
    1500m Olympian
  • Todd has played a huge role in my success as a CrossFit athlete. After only two visits my shoulder no longer was an issue in training. My only regret about visiting Todd is that I did not find him sooner. I would recommend him to anyone looking to fix an occurring problem or hoping to prevent one in the future.

    Kelly Baker
    CrossFit Games Competitor
  • Training hard requires that you surround yourself with people who are knowledgeable, talented, and skilled in their craft. Thank God for Todd for keeping me moving and taking care of me! Todd is a master at his craft! My body always benefits from time with him! I would recommend his practice to anyone and everyone!

    Jessica Saxon
    USAW National Champion Silver Medalist

Biography

Since 2006, Todd has worked with all types and levels of athletes from the Olympics, NHL, NFL, NBA, MLB and UFC. Todd also enjoys working with those trying to maintain general fitness through a variety of activities including yoga, pilates, crossfit, running, cycling, swimming, and many others.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much will my treatment cost?

Your first visit will be a New Patient Initial Evaluation and treatment which is $125. Follow-up Visits are $95 each. If you come back with a new issue, you should schedule an Existing Patient Re-evaluation and treatment which will be $125. 

You can schedule an appointment by clicking here.

Will insurance cover my treatments?

How often do I need to come for treatments?

Typically, acupuncture treatments are given 1-2 times per week. The exact duration of treatment varies case to case but generally depends on your basic level of health, and the chronicity of the condition.

For acute conditions, as little as one to a few treatments may be needed, while more challenging, chronic conditions may require several weeks or months and as many as 10 – 30 treatments. On average, 4-6 regular treatments are suggested to start.

Usually, frequent treatments are done for the first few weeks; after that, the frequency of treatment may be reduced as wellness is restored. Average cases take around 4-6 treatments to resolve, Acupuncture works cumulatively and optimal benefits are seen when administered over a period of time.

Is acupuncture just for pain and injuries?

No, Acupuncture is also a preventive medicine, and some clients enjoy receiving acupuncture “tune-ups” or wellness visits on a regular or occasional basis after their initial main complaint has been resolved. Others come in to optimize their health for longevity and sports performance.

Does acupuncture hurt?

No. It’s not supposed to be painful. Most of the time the needles are barely felt. The initial insertion may cause a brief pinching sensation that passes in seconds. If any of the points cause continued irritation, they can be adjusted to be more comfortable.

In certain cases the treatment will be in tight, sore muscles which may cause a deep achy sensation. It’s never normal to have to have intense burning, pinching, and stinging. A little bit of discomfort is acceptable, but any pain should be communicated to your practitioner so it can be addressed immediately.

What does a pain relief or sports acupuncture treatment look like?

Check out the video to the right or below to see CrossFit athlete Kelly Baker getting a treatment.

For more treatment details, click here.

My Specialties

Pain Relief

Stuck behind a computer? Bad posture? Maybe you rolled your ankle in a game? Acute pain, chronic pain, headaches, migraines, low back pain, tight muscles, sore joints… Anything from a stiff neck to post surgery… If it’s pain, we’ve treated it.

Sports Medicine

As an athlete, your #1 goal should be to make sure your body is adapting to it’s challenges. Sports acupuncture can be used for sports performance optimization, injury prevention and management, and athletic career longevity.

Health and Well-Being

Don’t forget that acupuncture is best used as a preventative medicine. It is perfect for relaxation, stress relief, and supporting your overall health. You don’t need to be in pain to get acupuncture.

Treatment Methods

Sports Acupuncture

Cupping Therapy

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization

Rolf Method Manual Therapy

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