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Kris McClanahan, Acupuncturist  in Lexington
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Acupuncturist, CAc, MAc, DiplAc
“I believe in addressing you as a whole person and all areas of your life-mental and emotional as well as your physical well-being. I am committed to helping people realize their own ability to heal on all these levels. Acupuncture is a means by which I assist in helping your body's natural ability to heal and restore balance as we work in partnership towards your health goals, vitality and optimal health. In addition to acupuncture sessions I may recommend herbal formulas, and nutrition and life style modifications tailored to your constitution and to address specific health concerns.
Five Element Acupuncture
(859) 448-1150
Lexington, Kentucky 40503
Kathleen Fluhart, Acupuncturist  in Lexington
“My extensive background as a RN and over 15 years as an acupuncturist have provided me with both Eastern and Western medical points of view and skills. I have also been fortunate to study over the years with some of the best acupuncturists in the country. It is my mission to provide a comfortable, clean, and safe environment as well as the best quality of care for all those people who choose to come to me. Acupuncture is a gentle, holistic approach to many health problems and works wonderfully as preventive medicine.
Five Element Acupuncture
(859) 904-2898
Lexington, Kentucky 40503
Huihui Wu, Acupuncturist  in Louisville
“I work with a wide range of health conditions such as Lower back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, headaches, digestive disorders, allergies, gynecological disorders, anxiety, depression, insomnia, chronic fatigue, obesity, etc. I received my master degree on acupuncture at Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine which is a very top school in China and has been practicing acupuncture for more than ten years. I had been supervised by many well-known acupuncture doctors in China during my eight-year training at the top Chinese acupuncture institutes.
Five Element Acupuncture
(502) 413-2569
Louisville, Kentucky 40220
NuYu Acupuncture, Acupuncturist  in Louisville
“Immediate Allergy Relief (as seen on MyFoxPhoenix.com)...Immediate Pain Relief... Free Initial Consultation... "I sat down and let him put about 4 needles in my knee. Imagine my surprise when I got up and was able to walk better than I had in the past 5 years!! -mc... "Herniated disks, spinal stenosis, and an arthritic hip left me nearly unable to function because of extreme pain, Since my second visit to Rik Ehmann, I have taken no pain killers, and the pain in my back has been eliminated." -pk... Free Initial Consultation Coupon at http://www.arcadia-acupuncture.com.
Five Element Acupuncture
(502) 912-8188
Louisville, Kentucky 40206
Holly Christiansen, Acupuncturist  in Lexington
“I am a Licensed Acupuncturist in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, certified by the Kentucky Medical Board. I received a Master's of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, California. My undergrad degree included a primary focus in Spanish and Latin American studies (Se habla espanol) and I am a 200 hour RYT Certified Power Yoga Instructor.
Five Element Acupuncture
(859) 350-1306
Lexington, Kentucky 40509
Hardin Field V, Acupuncturist  in Lexington
“I believe that you should be empowered to be an active participant in your own health. Pain can be frustrating and prevent you from participating in the daily activities that you enjoy. This same pain may also create feelings of emotional distress. I commit to assisting you in your recovery. With the use of acupuncture and traditional Chinese herbs, my goal is to lower your pain, increase your energy and balance your emotional state.
Five Element Acupuncture
(859) 904-1807
Lexington, Kentucky 40503
Martha Graziano, Acupuncturist  in Louisville
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Acupuncturist, DiplOM, LAc, MAc, MS
“I provide safe, gentle, and effective relief to a wide range of health concerns, with particular emphasis on the treatment of painful conditions, chronic conditions, stress relief and vitality. My area of expertise is in the treatment of pain, including back, neck and shoulder pain, as well as chronic pain. I work with many women's health issues, including fertility, menopause, and PMS. Chronic conditions such as allergies, asthma, fibromyalgia, insomnia, digestive issues, migraines and macular degeneration can often be relieved. My treatments are very effective for calming the nervous system, reducing stress, relief from anxiety and promoting whole body wellness.
Five Element Acupuncture
(502) 286-9970
Louisville, Kentucky 40206
Arwen Careaga, Acupuncturist  in Lexington
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Acupuncturist, CAc, MSTOM, BA, Ed
“My favorite thing that patients say is, "I didn't know I could feel this good." I believe that just because a condition is "common" doesn't mean it's "normal" or necessary. This goes for headaches, menstrual issues, back pain, depression, you name it. The beauty of Chinese Medicine is that it allows me to meet you where you are and we go from there!
Five Element Acupuncture
(859) 449-7315
Lexington, Kentucky 40503
Blue Lotus Health & Acupuncture, LLC, Acupuncturist  in Lexington
“Whether it's an injury, chronic back pain, digestive issues or spiritual/emotional concerns that bring you to this page, Chinese Medicine can help. My training in acupuncture and herbs surpasses the requirements of both the state of Kentucky and the NCCAOM, our national licensing board. Tui Na massage, Tai Chi, and meditation are just some of the additional modalities I have to offer. We have many people who come to us as a last resort before surgery with very successful results. The change you are seeking is within your grasp. I look forward to speaking with you.
Five Element Acupuncture
(859) 795-1450
Lexington, Kentucky 40503
Gigi Klimick Pereira, Acupuncturist  in Covington
“At Klimick Acupuncture I practice a very unique style of Acupuncture, combining two highly effective methods: Five Element acupuncture and The Balance Method. Acupuncture provides for time-proven, reliable results for a wide range of conditions, allowing my patients to get closer to a healthier state of being.
Five Element Acupuncture
(513) 342-8700
Office is near:
Covington, Kentucky 41011
Holistic Acupuncture & Herbs, Acupuncturist  in Bowling Green
“My goal of acupuncture practice is to help patients recover health and normal functionality as soon as possible with natural way. I think health doesn't just mean lack of disease, but state of well-being. I treat my patients with sympathy and passion. I research and study for the best and most efficient way to treat conditions of my patients. I have offices in Nashville, Clarksville, and Bowling Green, KY.
Five Element Acupuncture
(615) 285-4038
Office is near:
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42104
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Benjamen Clancy, Acupuncturist  in Louisville
“I enjoy working with people who want a provider who can provide answers to their health questions. People who want their thoughts and input to have serious consideration in their treatment plan. People who understand that healing comes from within when the appropriate steps are taken. People who want a successful conclusion to their care, whether it be relief from pain, an improvement in digestion, or improvement in function. Over the twenty plus years of working in the alternative healthcare field, I have helped hundreds of people. I would like to have the opportunity to share that experience with you.
(502) 883-6516
Louisville, Kentucky 40207
Heping Wang, Acupuncturist  in Louisville
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Acupuncturist, LAc, (KY), LAc, (OH)
“Welcome to Kentuckiana Precision Acupuncture(KPA), your local professional health care center dedicated to helping you achieve your wellness objectives conveniently located at 4010 Dupont Circle, suite 271, Louisville, KY. Dr. Heping Wang is a licensed acupuncturist of Traditional Chinese Medicine and gladly serves the greater Louisville community. He brings a wealth of medicinal healing experience from his thirty doctoral years in China treating various illnesses with Acupuncture, Qigong Therapy, Tui Na, and Chinese Herbal Medicine. Dr. Wang has been practicing in the US for over 15 years now.
(502) 365-5321
Louisville, Kentucky 40207
Abacus Integrative Chinese Medicne, Acupuncturist  in Louisville
“At Abacus Chinese Medicine we combine knowledge of "classical texts" and methodology with modern diagnostics and labs. Due to my affiliation with colleague Shelley Ochs, scholar of Chinese Medicine History, Translator, and director of Applied Channel Theory Clinic in Beijing, I am not limited to western translations. Therefore, I continue to study and apply in the clinic"original source" material. This style of work involves a personalized treatment plan for optimal benefit. I do not blend other traditions into my practice. Though, I do refer my patients to other healthcare professionals for specific needs.
(502) 299-8900
Louisville, Kentucky 40222
James Paul Odell, Acupuncturist  in Louisville
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Acupuncturist, ND, LAc, KY, CO, SC
“"As a traditional naturopath and acupuncturist my practice is multifold. I work with patients from an individualized perspective, and in addition to acupuncture, utilize nutrition, lifestyle and herbal approaches. There is a strong focus on educating the patient in self-help methods. Patients are encouraged to ask questions and take an active role in their therapy program. I like to give my patients the "fishing pole" and not just the fish! My practice is not an acupuncture factory. I spend at least 45 minutes to over an hour with each patient and take the time to listen, really listen.
(502) 429-8835
Louisville, Kentucky 40222
Hetty Adema, Acupuncturist  in Somerset
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Acupuncturist, LAc, Dipl, Ac
“Hetty Adema is a Licensed Acupuncturist in both California (AC 3196) and in Hawaii (ACU 224). She is also a Diplomate in Acupuncture, certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) (000118). Hetty studied Acupuncture at the California Acupuncture College in West Los Angeles. She is passionate about Energetic Healing Techniques and is certified in the Neuro-Emotion Technique (NET) known for mind/body healing. In her practice she utilizes her extensive post-graduate energy medicine training in Nutrition Response Testing (NRT), Allergy Elimination Technique (NAET), NeuroEmotion Technique (NET), Jaffe-Mellor Technique (JMT), and Applied Kinesiology.
(760) 687-9941
Somerset, Kentucky 42501
Shelby Vancleve, Acupuncturist  in Louisville
“Are you tired of being in pain? Can't get a good nights sleep? Do you suffer from digestive upset? With a compassionate hand and a focused mind, I can help you achieve your health goals. Using acupuncture, dietary counseling, and healing massage, I ensure your comfort as your symptoms melt away and you discover what it means to be healthy. Now is the time to take control of your life. Call us today to discover how we can work together to be the change we wish to see!
(502) 437-3694
Louisville, Kentucky 40222
Li Sparks, Acupuncturist  in Crescent Springs
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Acupuncturist, LAc, DiplAc, DiplOM
“I was trained as a physician in China in both western and traditional Chinese medicine. I graduated from Yunnan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1985, and then completed 2 years of advanced acupuncture training. Early in my career I worked under the supervision of one of foremost acupuncture experts in Yunan, China. Later on I was a principal clinical researcher running projects funded by China Bureau of Traditional Chinese medicine. I also had worked at College of medicine, University of Cincinnati in cardiology research. I has worked in Acupuncture, Chinese herb medicine, biomedical research for over 20 years
(513) 409-9197
Guanhu Yang, Acupuncturist  in Florence
“I was trained at Zhejiang Traditional Medical College and Nanjing Traditional Chinese Medical University in China. After I received my Chinese medical degree in 1985 and MS degree in 1988, I worked as an Assistant Professor and Professor at the Medical College of Wenzhou, P.R. of China. After I received my Ph.D from Kanazawa Medical University, Japan, I engaged in both high quality medical research and clinical work in traditional Chinese medicine. Upon completion of my degree, I decided to continue my research in pulmonary biology at Cincinnati Children's Hospital.
(513) 342-8236
Office is near:
Florence, Kentucky 41042
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Acupuncture is based on the concepts of oriental medicine or traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and is one of the oldest healing practices in the world. Kentucky (KY) acupuncturists are health care professionals who evaluate and treat the many conditions, aches and pains that respond to acupuncture.

Acupuncturists insert very fine acupuncture needles into a number of trigger points on your body. The purpose of the needles is to stimulate acupuncture points or meridians. The needles do not inject any substance into your body and are so fine as to be virtually impossible to feel. In some cases, acupuncture may be accompanied by electrical stimulation or the burning of moxa, a form of heat therapy. Or use acupressure, where physical pressure is applied by hand or elbow to trigger points with the aim of clearing blockages in these meridians.

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