Kenji Fukunaga, Lic. Ac.

Kenji Fukunaga, is a licensed acupuncturist in Exeter, NH.

Kenji has been a practicing acupuncturist for over 20 years and has practiced acupuncture in such fields as gynecology, internal medicine, pain management, health and beauty, rehabilitation, sports therapy and orthopedics.

Now located at The Center for Orthopedics and Movement at 7 Alumni Drive, Exeter, NH

  • Undergraduate: Goto College of Medical Arts and Sciences, Japan
  • Undergraduate: Tianjin College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), China

Patient Rating
4.7 out of 5
30 Ratings


Core Physicians
7 Alumni Drive
The Center for Orthopedics & Movement
Exeter, NH 03833
Phone: 603-778-6777
Fax: 603-777-1001
Hours: Mondays: 9AM-7:30PM, Tues-Thurs: 9AM-6:30PM

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Give it a try!


He is well trained, skilled, has 20+ years of experience, and I felt relief from a 7-month back pain issue after the first visit. I'm so looking forward to my 6 scheduled visits and working with this provider. Then, we will evaluate and go from there.


Kenji is an amazing, we've been using him for years and referred, referred, probably a dozen people or more by now to him and the care there is exceptional. He listens, he knows exactly where to go to, to, to help with treatment. He's patient, he's kind, he's gentle, he has an amazing practitioner.


He was kind, professional and had a very calming manner


It was worth the visit!!!


Give it a try.


Would recommend


I would say to do your homework and figure out something that would give you more information up front in your condition, of whether acupuncture would help it or not.


Great provider


That Kenji listens and also asks follow-up questions - he does not rush or appear stressed to fit more patients into his day. It's a nice change from traditional medicine. He communicates what he expects will happen with treatment and asks for good communication back from his patients. And that acupuncture is painless.

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