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Acupuncturists in Texas (TX)

Silvia A Olvera, Acupuncturist  in Austin
“When you feel out of balance, I listen and offer the most appropriate Chinese Medicine treatment I can deliver. I enjoy spending time with people, helping them to embrace a wellness-oriented lifestyle and providing the most comprehensive services and educational support to allow them to achieve their personal goals.
(512) 337-1352
Austin, Texas 78756
Energy Center, Inc., Acupuncturist  in Irving
“Ariana Geoffrey Stahlka, Lac, LMT, Dipl OM, MSOM is a professional with over twenty years experience working with people and on the human body. She is licensed to do Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine through the Texas Medical Board's Board of Acupuncture Examiners. She is a licensed Massage Therapist and Massage Therapy Instructor in Texas.
(214) 919-5983
Irving, Texas 75062
Jingyu Gu, Acupuncturist  in Austin
“I am Jingyu Gu, PhD & Lic. Acu. By the governor's appointment, I'm serving on the Texas State Board of Acupuncture Examiners. My acupuncture practice started in 1972 in Shanghai. I founded the Taiji & Qigong Meditation Center and Wellspring Acupuncture & Holistic Health Clinic. My patients receive not only standard acupuncture and herbal treatments but also instruction on therapeutic taiji and qigong exercises. This harmonious and holistic treatment paradigm is the highest often hard-to-reach level of therapy in the TCM tradition. I taught these subjects in the Texas College of TCM (TX Health & Science Univ.) as well to acupuncturists for their CEU.
(512) 772-3936
Austin, Texas 78756
Hongzhen Chen, Acupuncturist  in Irving
“Dr. Hongzhen Chen L.Ac., MD (China) has more than 25 years experience in medical area. She grew up in a family with rich experience of traditional Chinese medicine. She received her Medical degree from Shanghai Second Medical University, one of best medical universities in China, Where she had been trained in both Western and Chinese medicine from 1979-1984. She then practiced as a medical doctor with experience of both Western medicine and Traditional Chinese medicine in a hospital in Shanghai China and was chief MD in that hospital.
(972) 401-1818
Irving, Texas 75063
Dr. John McMillian / Austin Family Clinic, Acupuncturist  in Austin
“Dr. John McMillian has been practicing Asian Medicine, Herbalogy, and Western Homeopathic Medicine for over 25 years. He is recognized as one of the founding Acupuncturists in Texas and has helped bring about legislation to license Acupuncturists in Texas. He is a Diplomat of Acupuncture by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM), past Instructor and Clinical Supervisor at AOMA graduate school of integrative medicine, state conference lecturer on pain relief using Asian medicine. He has practiced Acupuncture in many of the hospitals in Austin, and presently serves as Senior Clinician at Austin Family Clinic. Texas Medical Board licensed in 1994.
(512) 865-4775
Austin, Texas 78759
Ernie Akers, Acupuncturist  in San Antonio
“Hello-- I am a licensed acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist practicing in San Antonio. My approach is to address the acute issues while working to resolve any underlying causes and move toward optimum health. I use a variety of acupuncture styles- traditional Chinese acupuncture, 5-element, Richard Tan's balance method, Koryo(Korean hand therapy), and Auricular therapy in addition to Chinese herbs and techniques to use at home to get the best possible results for the patient. When acute and chronic issues are adequately dealt with, enhanced long term health and well being are the reward.
(210) 255-2435
Lindsay Kohn, Acupuncturist  in Austin
“I am currently the only certified Five Element Acupuncturist in Austin. While Five Element Acupuncture treats all conditions, it specializes in and uniquely treats: anxiety, depression, stress, insomnia and chronic pain. This system of medicine places a greater emphasis on treating the patient's emotional and spiritual well being in addition to treating physical symptoms/ailments. It is much more difficult for the body to heal, if the patient is not balanced mentally and emotionally. After a debilitating waterski accident that left me unable to walk for 2 years, it was this form of acupuncture that ultimately healed me.
(805) 214-6717
Austin, Texas 78756
Mary Ellen Bestani, Acupuncturist  in Houston
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Acupuncturist, LicAc, DiplOM, MSOM
“My mission is my commitment to forming a partnership with patients to assist them in the process of restoring their health. I achieve this through personalized patient-centered care, as we acknowledge that no two individuals are the same and therefore treatment needs to be tailored to each individual. I strive for superior outcomes and lasting solutions to minimize dysfunctions and maximize the quality of life and well-being of my patients.
(910) 778-2934
Houston, Texas 77067
Leslie Butterworth, Acupuncturist  in San Antonio
“I have provided complementary health care to the San Antonio area since 1995. As an avid learner, I have thousands of hours of training in many modalities, in addition to acupuncture. This benefits you, the client, since I am able to suggest which modality would be most useful to you. Frequently we discuss nutrition, exercise, stress relief and lifestyle changes that may be of benefit to you. I believe many ailments are caused by stress and thus, stress relief is central to my practice.
(830) 200-0973
Olga Rodziyevska, Acupuncturist  in Houston
“I am a Licenced Acupuncturist and Herbalist , Nutrition Specialist and Fitness Trainer. I am helping people to become healthy and balanced, to feel happy and harmonized. There are many methods that can be used to be healthy. The best one is to let your body do the job naturally. I help your body to start working more efficiently and become strong and intuitive. By balancing the body, mind and spirit and treating the source of your problem you can achieve the best results.
(281) 809-6422
Houston, Texas 77077
Xiang Fang, Acupuncturist  in Conroe
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Acupuncturist, LAc, OMD, MS, MDchina
“Dr. Xiang Fang can read your tongue and feel your pulse, and then make an accurate assessment of your symptoms. He does all this for free. It is not until you concur with him and proceed with the treatment that he will charge the first-time visit fee. Furthermore, Dr. Fang gives brief Acupressure or Tuina before and after the Acupuncture treatment. These are family-inherited techniques that he uses to help with accurate diagnosis and enhance treatment effect. Besides, these brief pre and post Acupressure or Tuina are free of charge.
(281) 907-9163
Conroe, Texas 77384
Maria Gonzalez Ashby, Acupuncturist  in Bedford
Acupuncturist, TXLAc, TXLMT, BA, CPABT, MSOM
“I practice Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) which is the combination of Chinese Acupuncture, Chinese Herbology and Asia Body Work Therapy. I specialize in Tui Na which is used in Chinese Hospitals to treat Neurological and Skeletal Disorders. I specialize in pain and injury rehabilitation and Musculoskeletal Disorders as the most commonly treated by Oriental Medicine: Allergies, Headache and Migraine, Trigeminal neuralgia, Facial palsy, Intercostal neuralgia, "Frozen shoulder", Tennis elbow, Back and neck pain, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
(817) 405-4849
Bedford, Texas 76022
Amanda Bryant-Melo, Acupuncturist  in Dallas
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Acupuncturist, LAc, Dip, Ac, Dip, CH
“Are you suffering with chronic pain? Chronic tension or migraine headaches? Neck, shoulder or back pain? Anxiety, panic attacks? Insomnia? Fatigue/low energy? Lacking vitality? Have injuries that are slow to heal? Digestive issues? Many of these conditions can be stress related or worsened by stress. If you want assistance with eliminating pain and symptoms, improving your overall well-being and restoring your health naturally then acupuncture can help. I evaluate your nutrition & lifestyle habits to determine if that might be a factor, recommend a course of action and provide acupuncture treatments to restore balance and vitality to your body.
(972) 810-7755
Dallas, Texas 75254
Hedy Chen, Acupuncturist  in Georgetown
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Acupuncturist, MAcOM, LAc, NCCAOM
“My specialties and illnesses that I have successfully treated are wide, including but not limited to: All kinds of pain, Bell's Palsy, rhinitis/food allergy, mood disorders, stress, panic attack, ADD, Insomnia, pericarditis, arrhythmia, common cold/flu, COPD, smoke/alcohol cessation, all kinds of gastrointestinal problems, high cholesterol, non-alcoholic/alcoholic fatty liver, ovarian cysts, PCOS, hormonal disorders, infertility, PMS, menopausal syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome, neuropathy, restless leg syndrome, cancer care, edema, prostatitis, enlarged prostate, kidney/gallbladder stones, high/low blood pressure, thyroid disease, Sjogren's syndrome, Meniere's disease, rosacea, acnes, eczema, scleroderma, blisters, rashes, etc.
(512) 879-9877
Georgetown, Texas 78628
Ling's Golden Needle Acupuncture, Acupuncturist  in Cedar Park
“Ling specializes in using acupuncture & moxibustion to treat chronic skin diseases, pain problem, various allergies and gynecology issues. She has got lots of great even amazing results in her acupuncture and herb practice. See some testimonials below: "Very very knowledgeable and skilled practitioner! She explained everything she was doing and answered all my questions. I have had acupuncture from numerous practitioners before and so far she has been the best." ~Deb S "Love Ling's! It had been quite a while since I had been and she remembered me/my issues for visiting..." ~ Monica H
(512) 686-4865
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
Farrah Hamraie, Acupuncturist  in Fort Worth
“"Acupuncture for Equilibrium Wellness Center, located in the Medical District of Fort Worth, provides the full complement of Traditional Chinese Medicine and healing techniques - including acupuncture, therapeutic massage, Chinese herbal medicine and nutritional counseling. With the goal of empowering our patients to reach their highest level of physical, mental and spiritual well being, we offer comprehensive alternative health care for a wide range of acute and chronic physical and emotional conditions.
(817) 381-4548
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
Kathryn McKenzie, Acupuncturist  in Dallas
“My practice focuses on women's health and fertility. Whether you are dealing with PMS, painful menses, fibroids, endometriosis, PCOS, fertility issues, menopause, osteoporosis, fatigue, emotional concerns, sleep disturbances, female cancers, or difficulty losing weight, we can work together so you achieve optimal health. In every stage of a woman's life, there are natural options to support overall health and balance. I also provide therapy for pain management, natural anti-aging, heart health, digestive health, thyroid support, diabetes support, and immune support. With a foundation in both Western and Eastern medicine, I am able to offer holistic health care.
(469) 789-1998
Dallas, Texas 75231
Caroline Chen, Acupuncturist  in Austin
“Stressed? In pain? Call now and start healing - the holistic way. Stress management and low back pain are the most common reasons people try acupuncture. I use acupuncture and ear reflexology (aka auricular therapy) as well as fire cupping as my healing modalities. When you come in for your initial consultation, I will make my best recommendation as to what may work best for you. I have 10 years of experience in Traditional Eastern Therapies from practicing in Houston and in China. Come balance your energy flow and feel the difference.
(512) 686-2986
Austin, Texas 78703
Ziyang Zhou, Acupuncturist  in Austin
“I was born into a family of eight generations of Chinese medical doctors. Since my childhood, carrying the family tradition and becoming an acupuncturist was my destination. I grew up around and learned a lot from my late grandfather, Professor Meishen Zhou, who was a very well known Chinese medical doctor and acupuncturist throughout China and Southeastern Asian countries. After I worked as a Medical Doctor in China for a few years, I have been enjoying teaching and practicing acupuncture and Chinese medicine in the United States since 1995.
(512) 522-5913
Austin, Texas 78705
Chen Xia, Acupuncturist  in Houston
“Chen Xia, L.Ac, Ph.D; 7 years acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine education in China, Over 30 years' experience in clinic and medical research. Service Offered Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Ear Stapling, Shiatsu, Free Counseling
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Acupuncture in Texas (TX) - 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. Texas (TX) 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 Texas (TX) licensed acupuncturists?
A licensed acupuncturist in Texas (TX) 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).