I received my Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy from Georgia State University in Atlanta in 1993. After several years of practice, I decided to explore different ways of healing. In 1999, I began my study of Chinese medicine at the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in Portland. In 2002, I earned my Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. In 2003, I opened Peninsula Family Acupuncture in downtown St. Johns, fulfilling a dream of providing a community acupuncture resource for the people in my neighborhood. In 2009, I relocated the clinic to a peaceful, residential location, still in the heart of St. Johns.
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Peninsula Family Acupuncture is in a residential location close to the downtown St. Johns neighborhood of North Portland, Oregon. It was founded in 2003 to serve as a community resource for acupuncture and herbal medicine for the North Portland community, and now serves the broader metro area. The clinic is dedicated to the service of the diversity of humanity, and strives to offer accessible, affordable healthcare.
The clinic is generally open Tuesday through Saturday. Evening appointments are available. Treatments are done by appointment so it is best to call if you would like to come in, 503-283-5518.