Acupuncture Resources

Resources in the Raleigh, NC area

resilientfamilies.com – Angela S. McLean, LMFT is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She incorporates mindfulness meditation into her therapy.  I have had the great pleasure to sit and discuss our approaches to therapy and I would highly recommend Angela to anyone seeking help in this regard.

theSportOfMassage.com– Anyone looking for a therapeutic massage will enjoy the results of a massage from Dagmar Stolp. I have had a great result every time I have been treated by Dagmar.

General Acupuncture Resources

traditionalstudies.org – Anyone who enjoys my style of treatment this is the site of one of my teachers Andrew Nugent-Head. Chinese medicine is really about understanding the patient beyond their chief complaint to fundamentally shift the system back into a cycle of health and well being. We build a close relationship with our clients to profoundly affect health today and in the longterm.

theneedleeffect.com – This site is a resource for students and practitioners who use acupuncture needles to treat painful musculoskeletal conditions. The author of this site, David Legge, has been in practice as an osteopath and acupuncturist for over 30 years in Australia. He has taught and written widely, encouraging traditionally trained acupuncturists to take a more anatomical approach to treating painful musculoskeletal conditions as well as introducing many osteopaths, chiropractors and physiotherapists to the benefits of incorporating needle treatment into their approach. (NOTE: If you are looking for a honest comparison of acupuncture vs. dry needling this is the site)