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Qigong Health Professionals in New Mexico (NM)

Li Li, Acupuncturist  in Albuquerque
“Dr. Li Li, with 30 years of extensive experience, provides painless and advanced treatment with acupuncture, natural herbs, bodywork, as well as dietary and exercise consultation. She has been successfully treating thousands of patients with various health conditions. In her practice, Dr. Li Li sees every client as a unique individual and designs individualized treatment plans that address their symptoms and root causes. She also emphasizes client education to promote health and prevent diseases.
Qigong
(505) 847-6910
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110
Li Xu, Acupuncturist  in Albuquerque
“Dr. Xu earned her Ph. D on Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in China and has been practicing Acupuncture and Herbs for years and gained ample clinic experience. Her kind, professional and trustworthy manner help her clients feel secure and comfort; her excellent techniques and treatments has helped hundreds of her clients for various kinds of diseases.
Qigong
(505) 926-1946
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110
Jonathan Gimbel, Acupuncturist  in Santa Fe
“I am an instructor at Southwest Acupuncture College in Santa Fe, New Mexico and have been in clinical practice for 18 years. I use a 'non-insertive needling" technique associated with Japanese Acupuncture, which is user friendly for needle shy folks and children of all ages. I have had much success treating a wide variety of children's illness, anything from tummy aches to asthma to sleep problems and sniffles. I have also been effective working with allergies, chronic and acute pain conditions, recovery from stroke, cancer related therapies, and women's obgyn issues related to pms or fertility.
Qigong
(505) 412-6366
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Gene Lowery, Acupuncturist  in Albuquerque
“At our office, we dedicate ourselves to providing you with exceptional health care. We make every effort to ensure that you experience quality care. We will diagnose, then discuss and explain your course of treatment with you. We want to help you obtain optimum health.Our practice specializes in combining eastern and western medicines in a holistic approach."
Qigong
(505) 431-6528
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109
Elene Gusch, Acupuncturist  in Albuquerque
“In addition to acupuncture, I do a great deal of hands-on treatment. This includes energy work (such as Reiki, Therapeutic Touch, and Qi Gong), shiatsu and other massage, and gentle osteopathic-type manipulation. With these techniques, I can be more effective than I could be with needles alone, especially for musculoskeletal conditions. I am in direct contact with the patient's body and energy systems. I stay with the patient for the entire treatment; I don't just put in some needles and leave. Normally I spend an hour or more with each patient.
Qigong
(505) 333-8998
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87108
Caroline Colonna, Acupuncturist  in El Prado
“I started my acupuncture practice in 1998 after attending acupuncture school in Santa Fe, NM. Since then I have been following Dr. Huo's teachings of qigong, acupuncture and herbs. My patients receive qigong needling acupuncture, herbal treatments and therapeutic exercises. This treatment combination has provided my patients with a very high level of success. I also spend a lot of my personal time training in triathlon which has helped me achieve a very high level of fitness which I have successfully directed towards healing my patients.
Qigong
(575) 322-4650
El Prado, New Mexico 87529
Qigong
(505) 565-7732
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
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Obsidian Health and Wellness, LLC,   in Edgewood
“Complimentary and alternative health care modalities enhance health, offering help in ways that are often limited by conventional health practices. In choosing to work with others as they travel the path of wellness. This wholistic approach empowers clients to participate fully in their own health care, and establishes a reciprocal healing encounter between the healer and healee. Because one size does not fit all, the correct solution is often found by combining various modalities complimentary to each other and the individual. Some of the modalities are: HeartMath, Biofeedback, EEG Biofeedback/Neurofeedback, Inner Spirit HypnotherapyŠ, Reiki, Homeopathy/Homotoxicology, and Pastoral care.
(505) 431-6792
Edgewood, New Mexico 87015
Cate A Clark, Massage Therapist  in Albuquerque
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Massage Therapist, LMT, CMLDT, NCBTMB, ABMP
“Consistently Great Massage For Sustainable Comfort and Well-Being! Offering a high degree of success in helping to resolve issues of stress, physical limitation and pain. My signature massage begins with a smooth-flowing effleurage of heated jade, rose quartz and river stones in unscented warmed oil to deliver tension-melting warmth deeply through muscle layers, soothing, preparing you to receive greater pressure and point-specific work. Heat and pressure are adjusted to your preferences and comfort levels as you relax into the seamlessly integrated blend of Therapeutic Hot Stone, circulation-promoting Swedish Techniques and gentle, precise Deep Tissue Massage.
(505) 431-4305
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110
Kurt Simmons, Massage Therapist  in Albuquerque
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Massage Therapist, LMT, NCBTMB, MMP
“I am committed to providing the best in therapeutic massage for the Albuquerque area. I recognize the individual as such and tailor sessions to meet your specific needs. I provide specialized therapeutic massage to promote deep relaxation and pain relief using the latest innovations in Myofascial Release, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular, Swedish, and Medical Massage techniques. Conveniently located near the ABQ Uptown Shopping Center, one block north of Menaul on San Pedro. Call today; you deserve the best!
(505) 634-9262
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110
Dawei Shao, Acupuncturist  in Albuquerque
“Dr. Shao has degrees on both Western and Chinese Medicine: a bachelor degree of Western Medicine from Clinical Medicine Department, Harbin Medical University in China in 1996; a Master Degree of Oriental Medicine from Southwest Acupuncture College in USA in 2006. Through the training of both medicines, Dr. Shao has a unique understanding about healing and health. In his practice, he always pursue the strategy of more natural, less needles and less painful. He is Nationally Certified on Oriental Medicine and is licensed in New Mexico as a Doctor of Oriental Medicine.
(505) 908-3674
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110
Zhongkang Yu, Acupuncturist  in Albuquerque
“If you are a complicated or severe case, Dr.Yu can help you! Dr. Yu has more than 30 years of experience in both Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine. Dr. Yu's experience includes working as a physician in a teaching hospital in China, a researcher at Yale University and Harvard University, and a full professor in Southwest Acupuncture college in USA. When in China, Dr. Yu had helped many severe patients from all over the contry. In USA, as a professor in Southwest Acupuncture College in New Mexico, Dr. Yu has treated many severe cases referred by his colleagues and students.
(505) 436-3635
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109
Susan Kalen, Massage Therapist  in Santa Fe
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Massage Therapist, RCST, LMT
“From the Heart Bodywork is a combination of bodywork modalities that I draw upon to address your specific health issues. I begin by listening to your immediate needs and concerns, and intuitively respond through touch to accomplish your goals for the session. It is beneficial for reducing and resolving physical and emotional stress, trauma, and acute and chronic pain. It quiets the nervous system and allows more ease, balance and comfort in your body.
(575) 449-2396
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
Jiwan S Khalsa, Acupuncturist  in Espanola
“I have been a Doctor of Oriental Medicine for 20+ years. My goal is to work with my patients to help them learn the tools to make lasting change in their lifestlye for a better quality of life. I use many modalities to achieve this such as Acupuncture, Herbs, Nutrition, Yoga and much more. I enjoy helping people and have wanted to be a healer since childhood.
(505) 500-4987
Espanola, New Mexico 87532
Gretchen Lorenson, Acupuncturist  in Albuquerque
“San Ki Health is an acupuncture clinic dedicated to helping you regain and maintain your health through a balance of the movement of the vital energy in your body. I use gentle needling techniques and offer highly personalized and attentive sessions focused on achieving long term relief from a variety of concerns. Sessions are meant to be relaxing and rejuvenating drawing on the body's natural 'repair mode' to create the change needed to bring relief from pain, disfunction, disharmony and disease of all kinds.
(505) 718-4718
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109
Gourmet Healer LLC, Nutritionist/Dietitian  in Albuquerque
“I am an Integrative and Functional Medicine Dietitian. I prefer patients who are truly ready to transform their health and life. I use a "food first" approach. My over-arching aim is to help reduce inflammation (at the root of most disease states) via diet, lifestyle and supplementation, in an individualized fashion. My primary focus is first, healing the gut, or digestive tract, as this is where the root of all health and disease truly lies. I am trained in Functional Medicine and use a step-wise approach to gut-healing.
(505) 565-7741
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87108
Alfred Swedberg, Chiropractor  in Albuquerque
“The focus in my practice has been to alleviate and prevent pain, decrease or eliminate prescription drugs, and avoid surgery whenever possible. I personally have benefited greatly from chiropractic and nutrition, and I love to share the health benefits of both with my patients!
(505) 652-2970
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87111
Alexcia Trujillo, Acupuncturist  in Albuquerque
“As a complementary approach to primary care I practice both Traditional Chinese Medicine and modern Medical Acupuncture to best address the needs of each patient. I have been treating multiple generations of Albuquerque families and the community for 26 years with a very high degree of success and joy. As a physician I understand the profound benefits of a healthy balanced life (always keeping up my own health) and encourage and support the most effective, health-promoting lifestyle, changes or advice for my patients. A motivated patient can change their life with guidance and understanding. My patients have called me "teacher", "resource", "friend".
(505) 431-4146
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87108
Janet Linden, Acupuncturist  in Albuquerque
“Welcome to Acupuncture Care Center. Relax. Rejuvenate. Regain health and vitality. Since 1999, Dr. Linden has been successfully relieving back, neck and joint pain, migraines, plantar fasciitis, fibromyalgia, sports injuries and other pain syndromes. She has also achieved great results with a multitude of women's health care issues including fertility, menstrual disorders and menopause. Every patient's assessment is unique and a personalized treatment plan is tailored to the individual.
(505) 431-4745
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110
Lifeforce Healing Arts, Massage Therapist  in Santa Fe
“With a deep respect for the bodies innate and powerful healing capabilities Lintons massage is uniquely technical, detailed, and intuitive. Drawing from various eastern and western modalities including Swedish, deep tissue work, classic thai, acupressure, and trigger point therapy each treatment is created to facilitate optimal balance and healthy function. A recent graduate of the Chetawan Thai Massage School in Salaya Thailand, a teacher of Dragon style Kung Fu, and currently pursuing a Doctorate in Acupuncture Linton consistently strives to expand his knowledge of the capacities of the human body.
(505) 886-0926
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
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