If you’re fed up with chronic pain – you’re not alone.
If you’re feeling exhausted, overwhelmed and stressed out – you shouldn’t have to just deal with it.
If you’re struggling with hormone problems and mood imbalances – it’s not all in your head.
If you’re frustrated with your current health issues and nothing seems to be working – you’re in the right place.
It’s time to listen to your body – and I’m here to help!
I’m Elizabeth, an acupuncturist and flower essence practitioner, and I work with patients just like you – patients who are ready to devote themselves to healing. Using a combination of acupuncture, massage, moxibustion, flower essences and lifestyle counseling, I customize unique treatments for each patient. Together we’ll get you on the right track so you can get healthy and happy again.
I believe that:
- Every human has a right to experience radiant health.
- Every body is self-healing.
- In order to heal fully, we need to focus on the whole body and mind.
- The best path to wellness works with nature, and not against it.
It's time to take the first step towards true wellness.
the Official Bio:
Elizabeth A Allen, MS, LAc is a National Board Certified (NCCAOM) and Licensed Acupuncturist. She graduated with honors from Tri-State College of Acupuncture in New York City, unique in the nation for training in three styles of acupuncture. Continuing her education, Elizabeth completed a Flower Essence Practitioner Certification course at Appalachian School of Holistic Herbalism. Elizabeth utilizes Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), trigger point therapy and Kiiko Matsumoto style Japanese Acupuncture (KM), which she studied with Ms. Matsumoto for three years. She crafts custom treatments for each patient, expertly combining acupuncture, massage, cupping, moxibustion, flower essences, herbs and lifestyle recommendations. She listens deeply to each patients' story, putting together the puzzle pieces to get to the root of your condition. Her specialties include pain management, women's health and psycho-emotional issues. She is passionate about exploring how the body and mind interact, the ways emotions and trauma are held in the body, and how these express pain and disease. When she's not treating patients, you might find her playing viola and bass guitar, doing yoga, trying to cook Indian food, or playing with her cat, Oscar.