I spent many years working in a Fortune 500 company, but the stress and lifestyle negatively affected my health. I was so amazed by how I felt from acupuncture, that I decided to attend acupuncture school. Now, I choose to spend my time helping others on the road to restore their health.
EducationEastern School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
TrainingMy training consisted of over 2400 hours of western medicine, acupuncture, oriental bodywork, and 550 hours of clinical training.
Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center
B.A. Mathemics, University of Virginia
AffiliationsI am happy to be working at Painfree Wellness in the Villages Offices on Berkmar Dr.
ServicesAcupuncture Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Kiiko Matsumoto Japanese Style Five Element French Meridian Trigger Point Ear and Scalp Electrostimulation Facial Rejeuvination Moxibustion – an herb that is burned on or near the skin to promote warmth and healing Cupping – using glass cups to create suction on areas of tight muscles to release pain and promote healing Gua Sha- gently scraping with a tool on areas of tight muscles to release pain and promote healing
Other therapies to enhance acupuncture: Oriental Bodywork Tui Na – Chinese Therapeutic massage So Tai – Japanese therapy to release areas of pain or restriction Essential Oils Cranio-Sacral Therapy Foot Reflexology
Qigong Instruction- Qigong is a self-healing art, similar to Tai Chi, that combines movement and meditation. Christie may suggest some Qigong exercises to complement your acupuncture treatment. She also offers Qigong classes
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