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Acupuncturists in Oregon (OR)

Tara Gregory, Acupuncturist  in Portland
“As a licensed Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist, I'm passionate about helping people live healthier and happier lives. I treat a wide variety of conditions in my clinic with the majority of conditions falling into three main categories. 1. PAIN MANAGEMENT- this includes acute and chronic muscle and joint pain, chronic headaches and migraines, and nerve pain including sciatica. 2. INTERNAL MEDICINE- female and male reproductive health including menstrual disorders, erectile dysfunction, fertility support, and symptoms associated with menopause. Also digestive disorders, support during cancer treatment, and allergies. 3. EMOTIONAL WELLBEING- stress management, anxiety, panic attacks, depression, and mood swings.
(503) 925-5841
Portland, Oregon 97209
“Kiyoka practices a unique style of acupuncture called Toyohari meridian therapy. This Japanese style acupuncture is gentle yet very powerful. This is wonderful news for those that are interested in the benefits of acupuncture but not sure about the thick needles or strong needling sensation. Being specially trained, Kiyoka uses only the smallest disposable acupuncture needles in the practice as a means of promoting the optimal health in patients. Okyu, the gentle herbal heat treatment, is also her specialty. It is the effective modality for both treating pain and nourishing the constitutional well-being.
Christi Raunig, Acupuncturist  in Corvallis
“Acupuncture, though not well understood, is an amazing form of medicine that has great potential for treating a wide range of issues. I have had great success in working with my patients on everything from hormonal imbalances to chronic aches and pains. It is especially powerful for sleep issues, anxiety, headaches, and stress.
(541) 727-0529
Corvallis, Oregon 97330
Dawn-Starr Crowther, Acupuncturist  in Portland
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Acupuncturist, LAc, LMT, Dipl, Ac, MAcOM
“As a provider, I believe there is nothing more meaningful than acting with compassion and skill to foster the re-emergence of health and balance for each patient. I view my work with each person as a creative collaboration: knowing that your contributions to your healing are as important as mine. My practice is a "general" practice, with emphasis on chronic and acute pain, injury recovery, women's reproductive health/fertility, auto-immune disorders, digestive issues such as Celiac and other food sensitivities; allergies, asthma and dermatological issues; and depression and anxiety. I have privileges at Providence St. Vincent Hospital.
(503) 217-4926
Portland, Oregon 97225
Clinton Randy Thomas, Acupuncturist  in Portland
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Acupuncturist, AST, LAc, MAcOM, DiplAc
“My goal as a healer is to help my patients have healthier and longer lives through my practice of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture. I consider myself to be a general practitioner to help my patients achieve balance in their health. I also specialize in several areas to handle the "bumps in the road" that pop up and interfere your health and well being. Some of the issues I address are: colds/flu, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, acute & chronic pain including back & neck pain, tennis elbow, shoulder pain, plantar faciitis, headaches sports injuries, digestive disorders, asthma, insomnia, stress/anxiety and allergies.
(503) 883-8077
Portland, Oregon 97225
Kate F Busby, Acupuncturist  in Portland
“Health comes from the Old English hl, meaning "wholeness, being whole, sound or well, integrity." Being healthy is a dynamic, evolving process that requires attention to, and integration of, all aspects of ourselves: physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, social and environmental. As a natural health care provider, I am trained to work within all of these realms. In my practice, I combine my knowledge of the energetic landscape of the body with an understanding of Western anatomy and physiology to holistically treat the systems of the body as well as the subtle energy that precedes them.
(503) 470-6904
Portland, Oregon 97232
Katya Ivana Tripp, Acupuncturist  in Portland
“Katya's gentle treatments are profound and transformative. Although able to draw on a range of effective Acupuncture methods, Katya speciality is a highly refined, 5 Element Japanese method called Toyohari. It addresses not only a persons symptoms but their root constitutional imbalance as well. It is very gentle, able to be used on children and sensitive people as needles can be used in a painless way. For office hours and to book online: http://katya-tripp.genbook.com
(503) 502-3815
Portland, Oregon 97214
Peggy Johnston, Acupuncturist  in Eugene
“It has been a pleasure practicing acupuncture in Eugene, Oregon for 15 years. The experiences I have working in this community continue to be fulfilling. I enjoy working with children, teenagers, adults, and our elderly community.
(541) 239-3725
Eugene, Oregon 97401
“Kim M. Labenski-Messier
(541) 526-5716
Bend, Oregon 97701
Whole Being Health, Acupuncturist  in Portland
“With every client I attempt to balance both their physical and energetic bodies. I attempt to find the root causes of their specific issues, and resolve their symptoms completely, without longterm pharmaceutical, herbal, or manual therapies. I prefer clients who are willing to do their work around my prescribed nutritional changes, exercise programs, spiritual practice (Qi-gong), and stretching programs to assist me with the balancing of their Whole Being. If you are looking to balance and harmonize both your spiritual and physical bodies, then I know I can help you resolve your imbalances!
(503) 822-0957
Portland, Oregon 97215
Shelley Lowrie, Acupuncturist  in Portland
“I specialize in the treatment of allergies, asthma, eczema, hives and irritable bowel issues. In my 24 years of practice as an Acupuncturist and Nutritionist, I have enjoyed helping people with a wide variety of health challenges.
(971) 270-0972
Portland, Oregon 97225
Aria Walker, Acupuncturist  in Cannon Beach
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Acupuncturist, LAc, MAc, DiplAc
“People from a walks of life can benefit from acupuncture. Oriental medicine is perhaps best known in the United States for treating pain. It is also recognized for addressing: digestive disorders, stroke, allergies, asthma, reproductive issues, anxiety, depression, insomnia, urinary disorders, injuries, neck and back pain, neuralgia, headaches, sciatica, fibromyalgia, addictions, and more. Acupuncture is used for stress management, personal growth, and negotiating life transitions. It can even help with the common cold and flu. I have adeep acceptance and sense of compassion for people. I sincerely value the opportunity to share this medicine and your own healing journey.
(503) 822-0501
Sallie Mckibben, Acupuncturist  in Happy Valley
“Are you tired of being tired? Do you hurt all over, especially if you exert yourself too much? If you've been to your doctor, were you given medications that just made you feel worse or numb you out? Come find out the relief that Chinese medicine can provide you. I will work with you to build up your strength, decrease your pain, and help you get your life back.
(503) 465-4833
Wade Mcculloch, Acupuncturist  in Portland
“Doctoral candidate Wade McCulloch is one of the few doctoral students of Acupuncture and Oriental medicine in the Country. The Qi Spot offer's Traditional Chinese Medicine which treats any illness you can name. Acupuncture is used to move energy, to relieve pain, and restore balance. Chinese Herbs are used to fundamentally change the energetic makeup of the internal body and organs. Coupled with nutritional counseling by our Naturopathic doctor, and massage therapy by our experience therapists, we feel The Qi Spot offers the true meaning of Wellness and Health.
(503) 444-9754
Portland, Oregon 97204
Portland Acupuncture, Acupuncturist  in Portland
“I look forward to helping you on your healing journey! I integrate alternative medicine with acupuncture, structural adjustment, massage, and nutritional therapy to ensure the best possible care for my patients. I originally was inspired to study medicine by learning Qigong, a series of movements that help to heal the body. There are many different types of Qigong that focus on the body and the movement of Qi, or vital air and energy in its circulation through the body. I look forward to working with you. Al Thieme, LAc, MAOM, MSEE
(503) 980-4803
Portland, Oregon 97214
Kevin Nakaji, Acupuncturist  in Beaverton
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Acupuncturist, MAcOM, BS, LAc
“My goal is to help clients achieve lasting results (i.e. greater physical freedom, decreased stress, lighter demeanor) through my safe and customized treatments. My style is slow and deliberate, working with only one client per hour, utilizing gentle techniques for those who are very sensitive, to aggressive protocols for those who are ready.
(503) 389-5261
Beaverton, Oregon 97006
Wen Jiang, Acupuncturist  in Tigard
“Dr. Jiang is a licensed acupuncturist in Oregon. She has been practicing and teaching acupuncture and oriental medicine for more than 20 years. She is a certified TCM gynecologist, infertility specialist. She did a study in PMS with auricular acupuncture in China and received her master degree in gynecology with acupuncture in 2000. She has tremendous experience in treating gynecological conditions such as infertility, irregular periods, menstrual cramps, hormonal imbalance, PMS, menopausal syndrome, endometriosis, fibroids and functional uterine bleeding, etc.
(503) 444-9503
Tigard, Oregon 97223
Karly Bannister, Acupuncturist  in Lake Oswego
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Acupuncturist, DiplOM, MAcoM, LAc
“My ideal patient is one who has decided that they deserve to be healthier. They have decided that they deserve to be pain free. They have decided that they deserve the chance to live with more functionality and freedom. They are ready to change and they are ready to move in a positive direction. They value their health and they want to get better.
(971) 248-3993
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Dean Johnson, Acupuncturist  in Corvallis
“There are two broad areas I treat: 1. Pain - all kinds but especially successful with backs and shoulders. I have studied and use some non-needle pain relieving techniques like NST and Kaufman Technique. 2. Imbalances - I treat through nutrition and herbs various imbalances in the patient - blood sugar syndromes, adrenal weaknesses, thyroid problems, liver issues, digestive disorders, etc.
(541) 705-4353
Corvallis, Oregon 97330
Karin Parramore, Acupuncturist  in Portland
“The best patient fit for me is someone interested in maximizing their life experience, and willing to change whatever may be getting in the way of reaching that goal. My focus is on treating meridian imbalances, and I love to help patients realize how lifestyle and dietary shifts can utterly change their health picture.
(503) 376-6192
Portland, Oregon 97211

Acupuncture in Oregon (OR) - is it right for me?
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. Oregon (OR) 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.

'Accupuncture' and 'Accupuncturist' are common mis-spellings.
Credentials for Oregon (OR) licensed acupuncturists?
A licensed acupuncturist in Oregon (OR) needs a minimum of two years college education and must complete three years of professional training and pass the State's approved licensing examination. The three year program includes both theory and hands-on clinical practice. Most States' professional training programs are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM) and by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).