As a member of the first graduating class, I was interviewed for this article about the 20th anniversary of my alma mater.
This article explores the many businesses focused on wellness in West Asheville, including my practice, as well as neighboring businesses like Purna Yoga.
An article about my doctorate and my appointment to the board of the North Carolina Society for Acupuncture and Asian Medicine.
See page 28 for an interview with me on using acupuncture and Chinese medicine to address the underlying causes of disease.
In this article, I talk about how true medicine acknowledges the connection between the mind, body, and spirit.
Above is a link to an article that I weighed in on, discussing the imbalanced insurance coverage of alternative medicine therapies vs. mainstream therapies.
Read about the experience of one of my patients and how she personally benefited from acupuncture.
In the article above I discuss how I believe that all healing is mind-body healing.
This article focuses on the benefits of holistic medicine, valuing prevention over cure and improving one's overall health instead of just managing specific symptoms.
This article draws a connection between local wildfires and an increase in individuals seeking care for seasonal allergies.
In this article, I talk about the benefits of care that integrates both mainstream and holistic approaches.
Acting in my capacity as a board member of the West Asheville Business Association I gave my support for the needle exchange and 12 Baskets.
"I'm sixteen and I have had many chronic health issues. Nancy was the first acupuncturist I had ever been to. I've been seeing her for over a year now and she has helped me so much! She has listened to all of my concerns and has helped me in all areas of my health, including stress, autoimmune disorders, and head and neck pain. I would recommend Nancy to anyone and will definitely continue to go to her to improve my health even more. I am thankful for all that she has done for me!!" ~Ruby M.
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