Practice type: Private
Specialties: Back pain, headaches / migraines, musculoskeletal pain, sports injuries, men’s health
Styles: Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), trigger point acupuncture, cupping
Why did you become an acupuncturist?
I embarked on my journey to practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2009. The holistic approach of TCM provides me with the opportunity to treat the entire patient—mind, body and spirit.
What distinguishes you from other acupuncturists?
With dual Bachelor of Science degrees in sports medicine and nutrition from Colorado State University, I am able to incorporate my knowledge of Western medicine into my practice. This provides me with a greater understanding of the patient and the ability to treat from a dual perspective. With four years of outpatient rehabilitation experience, I am passionate about getting my patients out of pain and back to their optimal health.
What do you enjoy most about your work?
I love that I have found a career that allows me to help people in every aspect of their life. Chinese medicine is often a last resort for many people and it is amazing to give them the results they are hoping for.
What is the biggest misconception you hear about acupuncture?
The largest misconception about acupuncture is that it is still experimental. There are numerous studies behind acupuncture points and the effects of acupuncture. It is a proven medicine.
How do you stay healthy in your own life?
I like to stay healthy by following the seasonal diet, getting regular exercise, and of course using Chinese herbs and acupuncture on a regular basis.
111 East Old Settlers Blvd, Round Rock, TX 78665