Acupuncture in Salem Oregon
Wendy Childs, M.Ac.
Call for a free phone consultation: 971-273-6658, 503-838-9796 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org with “New client inquiry” in the subject line.
Five Element Acupuncture & Kiiko Matsumoto Style Japanese Acupuncture
Gua Sha & Cupping (myofascial release)
Far Infrared Biomat™
Laser Acupoint Stimulation
Chinese Medicine has been practiced in Asia for over 2,000 years as the primary system of medicine for billions of people. We offer Acupuncture in Salem Oregon at Indigo Wellness Center. While often used in the U.S. to treat pain, a trained acupuncturist looks at our body’s systems as a comprehensive whole and treats each person as a complex, integrated being. This usually results in relief from many symptoms: from decreased stress, to improved digestion, better sleep, relief from depression, and much more.
5 Element Acupuncture uses the understanding that our bodies are a part of nature, and change like the seasons change. This inter-relatedness provides a framework in which to treat all of our symptoms in the simplest, most effective way possible. Acupuncture promotes healing on all levels—mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually.
Acupuncture does not require that you believe in it for it to be effective. It works by moving the Qi (energy) in the body and releasing blockages. This allows the body to heal itself. Often people experience enhanced health and well-being beyond what they had thought possible.
Wendy also uses Chinese Herbs, Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT)—a system of self applied acupressure, Tuning Forks, Gua Sha, cupping, Shamanic Healing, flower essences, and other modalities as needed. She is currently accepting new clients. Expect to spend one and a half hours at the first appointment, which includes a detailed health history, a diagnostic exam, and the initial treatment. Follow-up appointments are generally one hour in length.
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Call for a free phone consultation: 971-273-6658,
or e-mail: email@example.com with “New client inquiry” in the subject line.
Wendy has been a Licensed Acupuncturist for over 15 years in Maryland, New York State, and now Oregon. She is a graduate and former teacher and supervisor at The Tai Sophia Institute for the Healing Arts in Maryland. She is committed to helping people move toward wellness in all aspects of their lives.
Comments From Clients:
The healing starts with Wendy’s care-full listening, and continues with tailored, skilled treatment. My health has taken a turn for the better after only a few treatments. Thank you, Wendy! —S.C.
Wendy is a skilled, compassionate, and wise practitioner. I would recommend her to anyone. While I miss having her in Baltimore as a friend, colleague, and as my own acupuncturist, Portland is exceedingly lucky to have her. —J.C.
As you know, my back was aching when I saw you last week. Also, you know I’m not fond of the needles so I was extremely pleased to hear of the alternative method you were going to try on me. The tuning forks were fantastic, and I haven’t had one bit of pain since our session. I am thrilled, needless to say, that you don’t have to use the needles on me in the future. As always, I am grateful for your help and love it when you come back to the East Coast for a visit. —N.W.
Margy Campbell Acupuncturist in Salem Oregon
Margy is a recent transplant from Hawai`i having graduated from the Hawai`i College of Traditional Oriental Medicine on Maui in 1998. Her background is varied having worked in a variety of non-profit clinics including Hospice, drug and alcohol rehabilitation clinics (one of which focused on the needs of pregnant and new moms), and an eating disorder clinic. Her last year on Maui she worked at a medical center as part of a team of western medical doctors and acupuncturists.
Her clients have included all ages from ages 4 to 94.. The range of syndromes she has worked with include sports injuries, women’s health issues, neurological issues facing both children and the elderly, chronic immune disorders, drug rehabilitation and general stress relief.
She utilizes a variety of tools in her work including customized nutritional counseling, herbal therapy, Asian body work, moxibustion and qi gong. The use of tuning forks is also available for those desiring the healing benefits of Traditional Oriental Medicine but without the needles. This unique sound therapy allows the client to experience acupuncture theory blended with the ancient tradition of sound healing.
One of her goals is to educate the client thus allowing an understanding of the healing process. Empowering the client to help themselves is paramount to her work.
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