Acupuncturist, LAc
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"I feel very fortunate to have found my career calling in such an amazing and powerful medicine. I began my health studies with an undergraduate psychology degree from Brown University. While in college, I became exposed to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and was immediately drawn to its ability to not only treat the body, but the mind and spirit as well. I completed a Master's degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the Academy of Oriental Medicine in Austin, TX. I was even lucky enough to complete an internship in China at the Chengdu University of TCM."
(860) 946-4187
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"I feel very fortunate to have found my career calling in such an amazing and powerful medicine. I began my health studies with an undergraduate psychology degree from Brown University. While in college, I became exposed to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and was immediately drawn to its ability to not only treat the body, but the mind and spirit as well. I completed a Master's degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the Academy of Oriental Medicine in Austin, TX. I was even lucky enough to complete an internship in China at the Chengdu University of TCM."
Acupuncturist, LAc
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Office is near:
West Hartford, Connecticut 06119
"In my practice I strive to awaken the physician within each patient. To that end I emphasize the importance of daily self-maintenance in a way that takes into account individual limitations and experiences. The focus of each treatment is on correcting imbalances that contribute to the symptoms that the patient is experiencing. The overall goal of continuing treatments is to help each individual recognize how daily experiences can have a negative and/or positive impact on the balance of their health. Awareness of potential imbalances is the first step toward improving the overall quality of life."
(860) 484-3987
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Office is near:
West Hartford, Connecticut 06119
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"In my practice I strive to awaken the physician within each patient. To that end I emphasize the importance of daily self-maintenance in a way that takes into account individual limitations and experiences. The focus of each treatment is on correcting imbalances that contribute to the symptoms that the patient is experiencing. The overall goal of continuing treatments is to help each individual recognize how daily experiences can have a negative and/or positive impact on the balance of their health. Awareness of potential imbalances is the first step toward improving the overall quality of life."