120 E. Birch Street, Suite 8, Walla Walla, WA
As an acupuncturist and East Asian herbalist, I feel that there are many conditions that can benefit from the individual approach of East Asian medicine. As an alternative to treating a human being as a condition, East Asian medicine uses a multi-prong approach to treat your health as an individual constellation of patterns unique to you. Due to this practice, East Asian medicine can often tackle complex conditions, as well as treat temporary illnesses such as the common cold. East Asian medicine provides an excellent compliment to your Western medical care.
This winter I had the great fortune to volunteer in rural Nepal with the Acupuncture Relief Project. I worked six days a week at three different clinics across the Kathmandu valley. My patients had limited resources and taught me a great deal about the universal language of health, pain, and recovery.
I specialize in treating musculoskeletal pain, back pain, knee pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, foot pain, headaches, mental wellness, feelings of anxiety, feelings of depression, managing PTSD, women's health, fibromyalgia, insomnia, IBS, colitis, acid reflux, and other gastrointestinal conditions.
We accept all forms of health insurances and can inquire with your particular carrier to determine what your plan will cover.
Clinic Hours Starting July 15, 2013
Monday: 9am to 6pm
Tuesday: 9am to 5pm
Thursday: 9am to 5pm
Friday: 9am to 5pm