The practice of Traditional Acupuncture, also known as Five Element Acupuncture, is derived from Taoist philosophy and practice.
With more the 12 years of experience as an integrated medicine practitioner, Nancy is licensed in North Carolina as an Acupuncturist and Physical Therapist. She has a Masters Degree in Acupuncture from the TAI SOPHIA Institute in Columbia, Maryland and actively speaks on the benefits of recreating retirement in addition to her fulltime intgegrated medical practice.
Nancy’s participatory approach involves clients in their care. She works with all ages and conditions, particularly those with active lifestyles, women’s health, complication of aging and folks struggling with back and neck pain.
In addition to completing her schooling in Physical Therapy and her Master’s in Public Heath Administration at the University of North Carolina, Nancy was introduced to Zero Balancing in 1997, during her study of acupuncture. Today, she uses it to help her clients deal more efficiently with acute and chronic pain. She fully certified by the Zero Balancing Association. Click here to learn more.
During her training as an acupuncturist, Nancy developed an active practice of Qigong and incorporates these skills through all of her services. She has studied with both Chang Zhang at the TAI SOPHIA Institute and Karl Ardo of Moving in Stillness in Baltimore, MD.
Nancy is the only acupuncturist in Central North Carolina who is certified in the Mei Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture System. Her programs bring attention to areas around the eyes, mouth, under chin or abdomen while treating the whole person.
Nancy brings over 35 years of experience in physical therapy to her practice. Over these years, her expertise in chronic and acute care has provided her with great insight into various sources of pain. As a holistic, integrated medicine practitioner, Nancy offers a variety of modalities from acupuncture to zero balancing and physical therapy to help you release the stress held within your body which often underlies your pain.