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Acupuncturists in Texas (TX)

Jamie Graham, Acupuncturist  in Waco
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Acupuncturist, LMT, MSOM, LAc, DiplOM, DiplCH
“Working with kindness, compassion and integrity to improve and maintain my clients' health are my main goals. I view our time together as a partnership, with both of us taking a part in your health. Gentle techniques are used, suitable for both adults and children. My training as a doula (birth assistant) gives me an unique perspective and I love working with women in all the cycles of their lives -- from menstrual problems, to infertility, pregnancy and menopausal issues. Many clients come on physician recommendations and I work in conjunction with whatever Western treatments are being used.
(254) 227-6145
Waco, Texas 76710
“The purpose of this clinic is to help as many people as possible in their quest for optimum health and to educate them about the benefits of Traditional Chinese Medicine so they may, in turn, educate others!
(210) 762-4604
Lori Earley, Acupuncturist  in Houston
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Acupuncturist, LAc, MAOM, MS, DiplOM
“From my experience, ailments & illnesses often stem from a deeper component. As a board certified practitioner of Chinese Medicine, I spend time with each patient to determine one's underlying cause of disease or pain. I value open communication and encourage questions about health, nutrition, acupuncture, & Chinese Medicine. I diligently work with patients on an individual basis, appropriately modifying each treatment to address specific health concerns. One size does not fit all, so a unique treatment plan is developed, so that he/she may best achieve health & wellness in the most efficient & cost effective manner.
(281) 609-7691
Houston, Texas 77098
Grace Liu, Acupuncturist  in Richardson
“Acupuncture is used to clear the meridians, conditioning blood and Qi. It is a natural medical treatment. I apply acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine to balance and improve patient's bodily function.
(972) 914-9608
Richardson, Texas 75080
Marisa Melendez, Acupuncturist  in Austin
“Combining wisdom and techniques from both ancient and modern medicine, sessions aim to reduce symptoms associated with a wide range of dysfunctions and restore balance. During each appointment, the goal is to realign energies and ease stress; clients often report feeling deeply relaxed for days afterward.
(512) 994-2732
Austin, Texas 78756
Bee Cave Acupuncture, Acupuncturist  in Austin
“Our mission is to bring to you healthy living through acupuncture and herbs. Acupuncture is not only an excellent tool for returning to health, but also a great preventative method to live in abundance of health. Please visit our website at www.beecaveacupuncture.com or call us to book your appointment. We would love to help you!
(512) 948-3704
Austin, Texas 78738
Clear Choice Acupuncture and Wellness, Acupuncturist  in Conroe
“As an Acupuncturist and Oriental Medicine practitioner, I believe in helping everyone return to a healthy balance. When you come in for a consultation or a treatment, I take the time to talk to you and find out what is at the root of your condition. We then discuss treatment plans to get you and your loved ones back on the path to health. While Acupuncture is most commonly known for pain management and general well being, it is also frequently used for fertility and pediatrics.
(936) 463-4778
Conroe, Texas 77301
Ashley Simmons Acupuncture & Bodywork, Acupuncturist  in Round Rock
“In this fast-paced world, it's easy to lose focus of that which is most important - your health and well-being. To help you achieve optimum balance and wellness, I am committed to bringing the time-tested healing arts of Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine and Chinese bodywork (Tuina). I use these treatments together, along with other modalities, to facilitate an effective healing process. Most importantly, each session is tailored to the individual's unique needs and preferences. I look forward to being able to help you feel your best!
(512) 348-6750
Round Rock, Texas 78681
Pathpoints to Wellness, Acupuncturist  in Fulshear
“Over the years I've very successfully worked with children and adults of all ages to address their health challenges: allergies, pain, anxiety, fatigue, poor digestion, low immunity and women's issues, to name a few. My philosophy is that true health and beauty build from the inside out. In the language of Oriental medicine, health is dependent upon the free flow of well-nourished Qi. When Qi is weak, one is tired and more prone to illness. When Qi is blocked, there is stagnation and pain. By addressing identified Qi deficiencies and imbalances, health is improved and vitality restored.
David (Mu-Fan) Hsiao, Acupuncturist  in San Antonio
“David is licensed acupuncturist in San Antonio, and is certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) as a diplomate of Oriental Medicine (O.M.). He started his in-depth study in Chinese Herbal Medicine in 2003 when he enrolled in Chinese Medicine Resources from China Medical University, the best Traditional Chinese Medicine school in Taiwan. He graduated with a 3.95 GPA and received his Master degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Texas College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCTCM), one of the oldest TCM schools in the US.
(210) 577-5125
Xiaoying (Elizabeth) Yuan, Acupuncturist  in Houston
“Past 10 years, I have been interested in integrated medicine focusing on transdermal delivery and skin care, leading to partnership with Beijing Bioengineering Inc. to develop topical treatments that minimize side effects of the medication. I also has a degree in chemistry, I has been involved in personal care research and development of coating for dilation-drug delivery catheters. As a consultant of Beijing Bioengineering Inc., I helped develop formulations and processes for a series of specialty products that treat high blood pressure, pain, and acne through integration of modern science and oriental medicine.
(832) 412-4821
Houston, Texas 77062
LIFEnhance Alternative Medicine Clinic Dr Zhang, Acupuncturist  in Houston
“LIFEnhance Alternative Medicine Clinic specializes in cancer Complementary Alternative Medicine (CAM) treatments. The clinical practice follows the guidelines for CAM stipulated by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM). As a result, LIFEnhance is committed to CAM care that is both safe and effective. Our mission is to improve the quality of life of cancer patients before, during and after their chemotherapy, surgery, and radiotherapy treatments.
(713) 661-8822
Houston, Texas 77005
Emily Guevara, Acupuncturist  in Dallas
“Working in the field of fertility and women's issues has always been a passion for me. Over the years I have found that providing the correct combination of acupuncture, herbs, exercises, and nutrition has shown remarkable improvements in my patients fertility health. I currently work with patients who are seeking to improve their IVF/IUI outcomes as well as those wanting support for a natural conception. Once my patients are pregnant I continue to provide care for them throughout their pregnancy to reduce their chance of miscarriage, reduce morning sickness, and manage discomforts as they grow.
(972) 992-5356
Dallas, Texas 75214
Matthew J Hanson, Acupuncturist  in San Antonio
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Acupuncturist, LAc, DiplOM, MAOM
“I enjoy treating patients who are passionate about life. Those that are ready to improve their health but need a helping hand to achieve their goals. Issues such as insomnia, anxiety, depression, pain, stress, stroke recovery, fertility issues, autism and ASD, fibromyalgia and allergies are my passion; these conditions can have a devastating effect on quality of life, and because they respond very well to treatment, I feel that no one should have to suffer through them without help.
(210) 598-7687
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
Jae Mi Suh, Acupuncturist  in Houston
“Dr. Suh has 10 years of experience in biomedical research at Texas Medical Center and joined acupuncture and oriental medicine practice in recent years. She has published significant number of articles in peer-reviewed journals related to thyroid and kidney function and diseases. She believes that her biomedical knowledge and experiences help her practice in terms of understanding and analyzing the patient body nature and pathogenic mechanisms. The west and the east together can find better solutions.
(832) 572-5042
Houston, Texas 77074
Iva Lim Peck, Acupuncturist  in Plano
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Acupuncturist, LAc, DiplAC, RN, LDHS, CAAPM
“I have been in Health Care for over 40 years. My Western background was an RN, Midwife, psychiatric nursing and aesthetics in England. I studied Chinese Medicine in the Far East. My husband and I have been serving the D/FW metroplex for over 25 years. We have a very unique practice compared to all the other acupuncture clinics in the area. Other than the various techniques in Acupuncture. We were First in the metroplex to integrate NAET for allergies elimination and food sensitivities; we address digestive issues as the root of all health problems and release Emotional issues with NET.
(972) 483-0941
Plano, Texas 75093
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
One:OM Classical Oriental Medicine, Acupuncturist  in Houston
“I graduated from the American College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2012 with a Master's in Oriental Medicine. I have been a practitioner of Daoism since November 2011. I formally became a Kun Dao (Daoist Priestess) in June 2014 under the lineage of my Master. I regularly co-host a show on www.blogtalkradio.com/healingcircles about illness, healing, & energetics with my amazing sister. I am passionate about healing, both mine and yours, knowing that we are quantumly entangled.
(281) 940-7776
Houston, Texas 77008
China Acupuncture Clinic, Acupuncturist  in Arlington
“Earned his MD in 1966 in China, James Tang has been practising Acupuncture in TX since 1985,the same location of Arlington for the past 18 years.He combines the knowlege of western medicine with the knowlege of eastern medicine, successefully helped thousands of patients, especially those who have chronic pain related issues. Gwen Tang, earned her Chinese Medicine degree in China, has been practising acupuncture with James as " a husband and wife" team for 26 years. She works closely with a number of local reproductive specialists to provide support for treatments like in Vitro Fertilization.
(817) 374-4897
Arlington, Texas 76010
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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).