Welcome to camsWellness. Integrating Traditional Chinese Medicine and NSEV acupuncture to assist our bodies, minds and hearts to connect and balance.
Live in harmony.
Dipl. O.M. (NCCAOM), L. Ac., LMT
-Graduate Mentorship Program, White Pine Institute
-Advanced Training in NSEV (Non Somatic Extraordinary Vessels) Acupuncture
-Board Certified In Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)
-Masters in Oriental Medicine, Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine
-Bachelors in Health Sciences, Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine
-Massage Therapy Training, Kalamazoo Center for the Healing Arts
Acupuncture grabbed my attention after giving birth to my daughter. I was having a hard time feeling better. Conventional testing was not able to give any clues. I tried acupuncture. I felt better.
What I experienced after acupuncture treatments:
And more happiness
Acupuncture is approved by the WHO (World Health Organization) for treatment in 28 diseases. Click here to see the list, also including headache, low back pain, insomnia, depression and anxiety.
While I was in Florida I received clinical experience treating a variety of symptoms and health conditions including PTSD, anxiety and Women’s Health, along with a clinical internship in NSEV acupuncture.
I am an alchemist
I have that in me that can transform negativity into positivity,
Obstacles into opportunities,
and ordinary moments into grounds for awe.
We are all alchemists.
New Patient Appointment,
Includes a health history, time to get to know your concerns and receive a treatment based on your individual symptoms. This may include acupuncture, cupping, moxa, or Chinese food therapy or herbal recommendations. $170
Treatment based on your individual symptoms. This may include acupuncture, cupping, moxa, or Chinese food therapy or herbal recommendations. $105
Acupuncture involves the insertion of very thin needles at strategic points on your body. A key component of traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture is being used for overall wellness, including stress management.
Chinese cupping is a method to restore the body’s natural flow. For most people, this is a particularly relaxing and relieving sensation.
“Where there’s stagnation, there will be pain. Remove the stagnation, and you remove the pain.”
Moxibustion is a method of heating specific acupuncture points on the body by burning an herb material close to to the body. Moxibustion can boost the immune system and help with fatigue, digestive issues, pain, and much more.
A method of treating and preventing disease, that integrates the mind, body and spirit. The ultimate goal of NSEV Healing is to create a healthy balance among internal functioning patterns, as well as overall harmony in the way a person interacts with the world around them.
camsWellness Acupuncture is located inside Milham Landing near Portage Creek Bicentennial Park:
1125 E. Milham Ave
Portage, MI 49002
Appointments can be scheduled online using the red button below, or by calling/texting 269-350-4301.
Office hours are:
Tues 10am – 2pm
Wed 11am – 6pm
Thurs 11am – 3pm
Fri 11am – 5pm
New patient paperwork will be emailed to you before your first appointment. Please be sure to complete it a day or two before your appointment. Once you arrive, we will go over the information together and have time for you to share any further details. In turn, in Chinese Medicine Diagnosis, I will ask questions about you and also ask to look at your tongue and feel your pulses on both wrists. I will put all of your symptoms into my diagnostic model to proceed with your first treatment. Your first appointment will last approximately 90 minutes.
Treatments work best when you have a small meal or snack before your appointment.
If you brush your tongue, please refrain from brushing the day of your appointment.
Please wear loose clothing and plan a lighter day of activity for yourself after your appointment.
Payment for your treatment is due at time of service. Some insurance plans do cover acupuncture treatment. I do not participate with or bill any insurance companies. I will provide you with paperwork that you can submit to your insurance company for coverage. I recommend finding out specifically what your plan covers.
Does my plan cover acupuncture?
How many visits per calendar year?
Do I need a referral?
Do I have a co-pay?
Do I have a deductible? If so, has it been met?