My passion for sports and physical medicine started early on with a competitive gymnastics career starting at age 7. This fascination with movement and function landed my undergraduate studies in Exercise Physiology at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. After graduation I held positions as an Exercise Physiologist, Nursing Assistant, and Personal Trainer, but I questioned if I could approach sports injury rehabilitation and prevention from a more holistic perspective. My answer fell into my lap in the form of a copy of Newsweek and the featured article was focused on acupuncture and the New England School of Acupuncture.
Today my treatments not only specialize in treating sports injury rehabilitation and prevention but also acute and chronic pain, stress management, digestive disorders, immune support, and reproductive health. This natural approach to healthcare has changed not only my life but the lives of each and every patient I’ve seen. I look forward to being an integral part of your healing journey, whatever that might be.
Acute and Chronic pain, Sports injury rehabilitation and prevention, Stress Management, Digestive Disorders, Immune support, Women’s Health
- Masters in Oriental Medicine – New England School of Acupuncture
- Extensive postgraduate training with Dr. Richard Teh-Fu Tan, world-renowned practitioner and teacher of Balance Method acupuncture.
- Extensive Sports Medicine and Dry Needling training.
- Completion of Medical Pulse Diagnosis (MPD) training.
- Licensed by the Massachusetts Board of Medicine.