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Acupuncturists in Oregon (OR)
“A native of China, Dr. Lu is widely recognized as an exceptionally knowledgeable and experienced senior practitioner in the arts of acupuncture, herbal medicine and Chinese tuina massage for two decades. Formally educated and trained in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine, both in China and the U.S., and with 20 years of teaching, research, and clinical experience in those two countries, Dr. Lu has helped thousands of patients to achieve their goals of living healthy and happier lives.
“I am here to help you heal faster and move better! I look forward to helping you whether you have experienced a recent injury or have chronic pain condition. I'd like to help you feel better and get back to participating in all the activities you've been missing. Additionally, I love working with athletes who are looking to enhance their performance and reduce risk of injury while training/competing. I have trained extensively in Sports Medicine Acupuncture® and am fascinated by the body and how it works - I can't wait to share my knowledge with you.
“Specializing in gentle acupuncture for pain & injury, car accidents, worker's comp, men's health, women's health, fertility & obstetrics. Call for a free phone consultation to see if acupuncture can help you.
“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.
“I provide the best medical acupuncture with significant long lasting positive changes to a patient's health. No matter what the challenge, I will work with you to provide the most effective solution to your health care needs. I'm an expert in pain and sports medicine, but also work with women's health, neurological problems, aging and chronic disease.
“Are you ready to de-stress, heal, and feel better now? Ready to find lasting wellness through a combination of Acupuncture and foot reflexology? Then you've come to the right place. Chinese medicine is a holistic approach to health that awakens and optimizes the bodies' natural healing abilities to create long term health and wellness. Chinese Medicine is also an integrated medicine - I incorporate massage and/or foot reflexology in all of my sessions to help you achieve your wellness goals, maintain your health and live life to its fullest. Book online today, insurance accepted!
“For a while there, things were feeling pretty good. Life was full, but manageable. Something happened though, and it hit you hard. Maybe it's a physical pain; maybe it's an emotional pain. Maybe it's even a spiritual pain. One way or another, it's definitely a pain that has impacted how you feel about yourself and maybe even your life. Getting out of pain is possible. You can move through these challenges in safe and supported ways so that your vitality returns and you can move forward with your life feeling more integrated and whole.
“I believe in the Chinese Medicine maxim that mind and body are not separate and must be treated holistically. This is why I offer pain management, wellness and prevention treatments as well as acupuncture and massage combination sessions as adjuncts to counseling. I also work with people who have been injured, but neither injury nor counseling is requisite for my services. Nothing makes me feel better than getting a text or call from a client telling me how much I helped them. It's why I'm in practice, actually.
“I provide safe, effective, drug-free treatment for a variety of physical and emotional ailments and promote wellness and good health maintenance. I specialize in the treatment of chronic and acute pain (back, neck, shoulder, hip and knee pain) and treat car accident injuries and sports injuries. I provide relief from the effects of long term illness. I provide effective relief for emotional problems such as stress and anxiety. I treat sleep disorders, addictions, high blood pressure, digestive disorders, shingles, arthritic pain and headaches. In addition to traditional acupuncture I provide treatment using Moxa, Korean hand therapy, acupressure, sound healing, herbal medicine and essential oils.
“Sherwood's only dually licensed Naturopathic Physician and Acupuncturist. Dr. Rachel has patients travel from many neighboring areas to see her for treatment of infertility, menopause, and weight loss because of her special interest in these areas. She primarily focuses on using bio-identical hormones, natural therapies, and lifestyle changes to successfully treat a variety of conditions.
“I am a board-licensed Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist practicing in historic downtown Gresham, Oregon. I use Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine to holistically address root cause of illness, not just symptoms. This can prevent illnesses from returning and protect the body against new illnesses in the future. I encourage patients to actively participate in the healing process. In addition to Acupuncture, I use Chinese Herbal Medicine, TCM Dietary Therapy, Reflexology, Cupping, and Moxibustion to customize individual treatment plans unique to each patient.
“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
“Michelle Whittaker has been practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine including acupuncture, herbal medicine, cupping, essential oils & cold laser. She studied at Naropa University in Boulder, CO in 2003. She then went on to Study Traditional Chinese Medicine at Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine in Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. She graduated top of her class with a Bachelors degree in health sciences and a Masters degree in Oriental Medicine in 2007. Following her graduation, Michelle completed an advanced two month clinical training at YueYang hospital Shanghai, China.
“Tom Williams founded the Turning Point Center in 1987, now one of Oregon's oldest and most respected acupuncture clinics. Named one of Eugene Magazine's "Top Doctors" in 2009, he collaborates with specialists in pain management, rehabilitation medicine, orthopedics, and neurology to provide quality, integrative health care. Tom has lectured on the treatment of chronic pain, fibromyalgia, migraine headaches, smoking cessation, and carpal tunnel syndrome at the Pain Society of Oregon, University of Oregon, Lane Community College, Symantec Corporation, Eugene Hilton, and Eugene Public Library.
“I am a Classical Chinese Medicine practitioner using traditional methods to determine patterns of imbalance and restore harmony of mind, body and spirit. The root cause of disease is addressed to ensure long-lasting results and prevent recurrence. Supplemental therapies such as moxa, cupping, gua sha and qigong are often integrated during a treatment session. Custom herbal medicine is available in both raw herb and granular forms. Advanced training in integrative cancer care with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Women's Health, Cancer Care, Allergies & Asthma, Digestive Disorders, Chronic Pain, Depression/Anxiety.
“Lihua Wang acquired formal medical education in both traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine, at Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. Later on she began her career as a cardiologist in Xi Yuan hospital affiliated with the China Academy of Traditional Medicine, where she practiced integrative medicine, combining both Western and Traditional Chinese medicine. In 1982 she was invited by Kaiser Permanente as a visiting scholar. In 1988 she was invited by the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine to teach acupuncture and Chinese herbology and was clinic supervisor for four years before starting her private practice in 1992 in Portland, OR.
“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.
“It is very rewarding to me to help people improve their health and well-being with acupuncture, herbal medicine, stress reduction techniques, dietary advice and lifestyle recommendations. My background is in Western medicine.Before my acupuncture studies I worked as a physical therapist for 18 years in hospitals, private practices, and rehabilitation facilities. I feel fortunate to be able to offer a combination of Eastern and Western medicine in my practice.
“I'm passionate about helping people return to a state of dynamic balance in health. In this state we're resilient and able to move through illness and stress, emerging with new strengths and a deeper understanding of who we are. I work with my patients to develop a comprehensive health plan utilizing acupuncture, herbs, nutritional guidance, and movement and breath therapy. I empower patients to engage with their own bodies both on and off the treatment table. Above all else my work is guided by a deep respect for the body's intelligence and will to heal.
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).