Health Through Balance
Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) are based on an understanding of health through balance. Health is a state of optimal balance, where all of your systems are working as they should.
Symptoms, such as pain or insomnia, are alerts to an imbalance.
To diagnose the imbalance, practitioners look for patterns through observation and by asking questions about the patient’s experience
Treating from the Root
With treatments focused on the root of the imbalance and not just the symptoms or disease, Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine can treat an enormously wide range of conditions.
Kacy graduated from WVU in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology before completing her Master of Science in Acupuncture at Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder, Colorado in 2013. She studied abroad in China at Heilongjiang University and Hospital. She has also interned at the Del Ward Athletic Center at the University of Colorado treating their student athletes and completed seminars focused on sports medicine injuries. She has completed an intensive apprenticeship program with Whitfield Reeves on orthopedic acupuncture and has also completed a seminar with Robin Green on pediatric acupuncture.
Why I Do What I Do:
“I started going to acupuncture for my own sports injuries and was amazed at how much it helped. I remember going to my first appointment at 16, and after that appointment knowing that this is what I needed to do with my life. Treating patients with acupuncture and seeing their symptoms disappear is the best feeling in the world. My injuries were helped tremendously and I want to provide my patients with that same relief. I understand people that are in pain are not just hurting physically, but the emotional side effects and the day-to-day disruptions are also big pieces of this puzzle. Set up an appointment today to start living pain free!”
Janette Bryant, LMT
Janette is a Nationally Certified Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) member and insured professional member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals. She graduated from the Mountain State School of Massage in Charleston WV in 2007 with over 730 hours of training. She has continued her training in Las Vegas, NV and Michigan City, IN where she learned cupping and Bamboo Infusion. With over 9 years of hands on experience she believes in the body’s ability to heal itself and that massage therapy is a great path to restore health and wholeness of the body. Her aim is to create a positive and safe space for clients to deeply relax and rejuvenate. Treatments are designed individually and no two are the same. Some of her specialties include (but not limited to) Swedish, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular therapy and Craniosacral therapy.
Paula graduated from Southwest Acupuncture College with a Masters in Oriental Medicine. Co-owning Two Trees Acupuncture in Charlotte, North Carolina throughout the past year has allowed Paula experience in treating a wide variety of conditions, everything from complex pain management to internal autoimmune diseases. Many patients love her gentle needling style, as well as her emphasis on auricular (ear) acupuncture to regulate the nervous system and provide a profound sense of relaxation and peacefulness during her treatments. In addition to her schooling she has participated in a year and half long internship concentrating in women’s health. She also has training in the Dr. Tan Balance Method, a technique centered on alleviating pain and trauma from the body. Acupuncture allows her to address the root of your illness or discomfort and leave you prepared to enjoy a higher quality of life and overall health.
Morgan Williams was born in Beckley, WV, and has proudly called the Mountain State her home ever since. A Woodrow Wilson graduate, she continued her studies at the Mountain State School of Massage in Charleston, WV. With an interest in alternative and holistic medicine, and a profound love of helping others, massage therapy was an easy career choice. With a concentration in Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, Hot Stone, as well as pregnancy massage, Morgan is ecstatic to join the team at On-Point Acupuncture.
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