A Pacific Northwest native, she is both a classically and modernly trained Acupuncturist. She really enjoys practicing Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine because it is so very rewarding to witness the improvements in her patient’s health and wellbeing. Prior to becoming a Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner, she completed her Bachelor’s in Biology and worked in Marine Biology research. Once having her own experience with Acupuncture for chronic migraines, and the help in healing it provided, she decided her new path was Eastern Medicine. Currently she is furthering her education in the field by working on obtaining her Doctorate in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
Veronica strives to listen deeply to the needs of every patient and provides a sense of trust and compassion. Many patients feel rushed by their healthcare providers but Veronica takes her time with each patient. She believes that combining a caring relationship with traditional treatment skills make for the most effective healing process.
Veronica’s practice is based on in-depth study of Traditional Chinese Medicine, which provides multiple levels of treatment strategies and modalities, plus a particular amount of precision. Whether someone is suffering from but not limited to: neck, back or knee pain, anxiety or depression, insomnia or digestive issues, allergies or common cold or if you’re simply feeling stuck in life or just craving a feeling of balance, using acupuncture and its’ associated modalities can ease and provide relief from symptoms.
2013 Masters of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine, American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, San Francisco, California
2005 Bachelors of Arts in Biology, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii
Training & Techniques Used
Acupuncture (various methods)
Chinese Herbs or Herbal Formulas
Medical Qi Gong