While she treats a wide variety of conditions, Vikki specializes in chronic pain, fertility, and digestive disorders. She focuses on listening to each individual and believes working together is the key to achieving incredible and lasting results.
Vikki is a Registered Acupuncturist (R.Ac.) and a nationally board-certified Diplomate of Oriental Medicine by the NCCAOM. She earned her Master of Science degree from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine.
Women’s Health with a focus on fertility support for natural, IVF or IUI conception, irregular periods, PMS, Ovarian cysts, Endometriosis, and Menopausal symptoms
Chronic and Acute pain such as low back and neck pain, sciatica, tendonitis, Migraines, Fibromyalgia, and sports injuries
Digestive Disorders such as Nausea, Abdominal pain, IBS, GERD, Leaky Gut, Gluten Sensitivity, Constipation, Diarrhea, and Colitis
Cancer Support to relieve side effects during Western medical care
Though Corey treats many conditions, he specializes in mental and emotional disorders and working with patients that have experienced trauma. Corey primarily uses Traditional Chinese Medicine combined with Five Element Acupuncture as his base of practice while integrating Jin Shin Jyutsu massage techniques.
Corey is a Registered Acupuncturist (R.Ac.) and a nationally board certified Diplomate of Oriental Medicine by the NCCAOM. He earned his Masters degree from Oregon College of Oriental Medicine. Corey is a certified teacher of Qi Gong and Tai Ji and received his certification in Massage Therapy from The Institute of Natural Therapies.
Mental + Emotional Disorders such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, trauma, etc.
Women’s Health with a focus on support for mental & emotional disorders, PTSD, and dealing with trauma as well as post-partum depression, anxiety, and OCD.
Neurological Disorders such as Parkinson’s Disease, Bell’s Palsey, Strokes, Alzheimer’s Disease, Headaches, Migraines, Fibromyalgia.
Autoimmune disorders such as Rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, IBD, psoriasis, vasculitis, etc.
Complex medical issues not easily treatable with Western Medicine
Rachael DeLuca completed her 4-year medical training in Classical Chinese Medicine at Southwest Acupuncture College in Santa Fe, New Mexico, earning a Master’s of Science. She is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine (NM), and a Diplomate in Oriental Medicine recognized by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). After running her own clinic of 6 years in Kansas City, MO, she continued her studies in Estes Park, Colorado, completing a 4 month residency program in Qi Gong and Therapeutic Tai Chi instructed by a renowned Daoist priest from Wu Dang Mountain, China. She has continued her practice in Michigan and has recently acquired her 200 hour yoga certification.
Rachael believes in the medicine of the heart. Her philosophy on longevity is to know what truly brings us joy. If we continually explore the voice of the heart, then we will live in what we love, and the body, mind, and spirit will fall in harmony.
She is most interested in assisting a person to health by maintaining a balanced lifestyle and understanding the importance of preventive medicine.
Leah’s background as a Physician Assistant sets her apart in her field by giving her a complete understanding of both the physical and energetic aspects of the body. She believes the mind, body and soul work together as one. When one area is misaligned your entire well-being is affected.
Leah is a Reiki Master in the Usui Shiki Rhoyo system of Reiki. She earned her B.A. in Biology and Chemistry from Olivet College and her Master of Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies from Central Michigan University.
Emilia provides our Rehabilitative Bodywork and Be Well Consults. She is a Licensed Massage Therapist, a Certified Bodywork Therapist and holds a Graduate Certificate in Holistic Health Care from Western Michigan University. She is a six time graduate of Dr. Barbour’s Manual Medicine Technician course as well as completing courses in Craniosacral work.
Pain such as neuromusculoskeletal pain resulting from accidents, trauma, injuries, and surgeries.
Sciatica, frozen shoulder, migraines, scoliosis, back pain, bone spurs, tennis elbow, TMJ, arthritis, neuralgia, tinnitus, fibromyalgia, colitis, IBS, indigestion, etc.
Immune Support: Enhancing immune function through mechanical means to help increase respiratory function.
Colds, flu, asthma, allergies, otitis media, bronchitis, sinusitis, etc.
Hormones: balancing the endo/exocrine structures directly or through their associated structures.
PMS, thyroid issues, sleep issues, glandular disorders, diabetes, pancreatitis, gallstones, kidney stones, Cushings, adrenal or pituitary disorders, etc.
Physical Wellbeing: Guidance for all health issues and for those looking to up the ante through, food, supplement and herbal guidance, physical exercises, stretching, strengthening, and aerobics.
Emotional, Mental and Spiritual Wellbeing: through emotional release techniques, meditation, guided imagery, affirmations. Can support anxiety, depression, bipolar, loss, grieving, anger, tension, energy loss/lethargy, or for motivation and peak performance enhancement
Yes, the needles. The central technique of acupuncture involves inserting 5-20 tiny needles into the skin at specific points. They cause little to no discomfort. Promise.
Think of it as a reverse massage — expanding your tissues through suction rather than compressing them. Cupping is both therapeutic and diagnostic, soothing you while helping us determine the cause of your pain. Cupping can leave temporary bruise marks, so check your social calendar — or just plan to leave the tube tops in a drawer for a couple weeks.
Similar to cupping, this practice is proven to dramatically increase blood flow to specific areas by press-stroking them with specialized tools. If you’re experiencing pain or at the onset of a cold, gua sha can get to the root of the problem. Like cupping, gua sha can also leave temporary marks.
Heat therapy expels cold to boost the immune system, eliminate pain, and surprisingly – to turn a breech baby to a normal head down position before birth. For this process, we burn a dried herb (ai ye in Chinese; known as mugwort in the west) at specific points above the surface of your skin. The heat is gentle, and there is no burning of the skin.
We believe in curative chemicals — we just prefer to get them straight from nature. Consumption of natural herbal extracts has been practiced for millennia and include thousands of varieties. We’ll determine a safe and tested herbal remedy customized to your situation.
Light helps your skin’s cells regenerate, and thanks to NASA technology we’ve learned how to apply just the right amount of LED light to produce collagen and elastin. Healthier cells will promote pain relief, heal acne and reduce wrinkles.