Acupuncture is a beautiful and powerful medicine where tiny needles are inserted into specific points in the body to optimize function, promote healing, and calm the system. Come see me while I intern at the AOMA Student Clinic! Book a session and learn how truly healthy you can become.
Other needle-free modalities include:
TuiNa: a form of Asian bodywork similar to massage.
Cupping: using suction to create space in the body tissue and promote circulation.
Guasha: using a tool to ‘scrape’ the body to facilitate circulation.
Chinese Herbs: prescribing specific herbs based on each specific patient’s needs to maximize health and support the body’s natural healing process.
Moxibustion/Moxa: igniting the mugwort herb on top of needles or directly on the body to enhance circulation and bring extra warmth and nourishment.
Acu-pressure/Acu-laser: using various tools to activate acu-points without needle insertion
Much more: electrical stimulation, magnet therapy, nutrition support, etc.
Read more at AOMA Blog: Jenna Valentine: Psychology Major & Youth Counselor, turned Acupuncture Student
International Cupping Therapy Association (ICTA) Certification
NADA Certified, Acudetox Specialist
AOBTA-CP, Certified Tuina Practitioner
including training in Pediatric Tuina in both China and United States.
Shiraku Seminar: Specialized Japanese Bloodletting & Cupping Therapies
Acupuncutre on Musculoskeletal Disorders- Soft Tissue Injuries
Functional Endocrinology & Functional Blood Chemistry Seminars
Studied at Chengdu University of TCM
Neoclassical Pulse Diagnosis
AOMA Master’s Degree anticipated Spring 2020