We’ve included information for new and returning clients or those curious about TCM.
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Please download, read, and complete the following forms prior to your first appointment.
The National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) is the national credentialing body for acupuncturists in the United States. Both Molly DeFazio, EAMP and Donna Turner, EAMP are Diplomates of Acupuncture, a.k.a. nationally accredited by the NCCAOM
Acupuncture.com is one of the original internet sites to offer information about acupuncture and Oriental Medicine to students, patients, and practitioners.
Acupuncture Now Foundation’s mission is, “Creating a world where the benefits of acupuncture are known and available to all.” They have produced an documentary about the benefits of acupuncture, “Getting to the Point.” You can watch this episodic documentary on this website or by visiting their YouTube channel.
WEAMA is the Washington State East Asian Medicine Association, the primary voice of promoting acupuncture and East Asian Medicine in Washington State. Here you can find studies about acupuncture, find an acupuncturist, and find out about the latest acupuncture laws in WA state.
American Society of Acupuncturists is the national advocacy group for acupuncturists in the USA.
Institute for Traditional Medicine is a great resource for in depth articles on acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
Yin Yang House is great resource to look up the location and function of acupuncture points on the body.
Bach Flower remedy questionnaire is helpful to determine which flower remedy (or remedies) will help balance you emotional and mental well being.
Acupuncturists Without Borders, similar to Doctors Without Borders.
Eyebright is British Acupuncturist Julian Scott’s website with information on acupuncture for a variety of eye disorders and Qi Gong exercises for kids (and adults) with asthma.