Meet Chadwick Moyer, L.Ac.
Chadwick began his professional practice of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine in 2002. He completed his training at the Tai Hsuan Foundation College of Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine in Honolulu, HI, studying under the direction of 64th generation Taoist lineage holder Dr. Chang Yi Hsiang.
His learning represents the accumulated wisdom and experience of countless practitioners passed down in an unbroken chain from teacher to student for over 2000 years.
Chadwick's practice blends Chinese, Japanese, and Western medical perspectives in an eclectic style that focuses in on the unique needs of each person he sees. He recognizes that medicine is comprised of both science and art, and engages both aspects to best support his patients in reaching their goals.
Meet Meghan Keysboe, L.Ac.
Meghan Keysboe is an NCCAOM Board Certified Acupuncturist and Herbalist. Meghan has been certified in facial acupuncture, teaching Qigong- Thousand Hands Buddha technique, trained in NADA protocol from the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association, and continues educational classes on various techniques of Acupuncture such as Five Element and other TCM based practices.
She has advanced knowledge in Chinese Herbal Medicine, Nutrition, Dietary Supplementation, Qigong, Tuina, Cupping Therapy, Electro Stimulation, Moxibustion, Gua Sha and Therapeutic Massage, as well as a focus on the collaboration between Western biomedicine and Chinese medicine.
Meghan has a passion for concentrating on the study of human movement in relation to developmental, mechanical, historical, pathological and physiological perspectives. She believes your health is your greatest possession and enjoys enhancing all areas of this, including an emphasis on pregnancy, women’s health & fertility, musculoskeletal therapies, stress management, enhancing your immune system through Chinese herbs and supplementation, and everything in between.
Why Acupuncture is Optimal for Health and Wellness
No matter what your current state of health, we know from our years of experience treating thousands of people that you can live with greater ease, strength, and a joyful vitality than you are now experiencing, or perhaps even think possible.
We know that acupuncture is a near miraculous boon to the well-being of body, mind, and spirit, and its use by over a billion people world-wide stands as a testament to its efficacy.
We also know that, like exercise, the best benefits – the life-changing benefits – of acupuncture accrue with repeated use, and a commitment to consistency. It takes time and effort to get in shape. Similarly, rebuilding and balancing the body’s internal energy requires dedication.
Common Conditions Treated with Acupuncture
Low Back Pain
Effective at reducing or eliminating pain, resolving blockages and tightness in the muscles, and healing spine injuries.
Restoring the balance and proper communication between the heart and kidney, or between the heart and gallbladder.
Reducing symptoms of pain, visual disturbances, decreased nausea, and less sensitivity to light.
Effective in treating most pain conditions and a great alternative to pharmaceutical medications.
"Chad continues to be my acupuncturist for the last two or three years. He is a natural born healer, I find every session restful and calming. Chad is attentive to my needs and able to diagnose my wellness beyond what I might describe. Since his prices are reasonable I generally have a session every week to adjust my health and energy. I enjoy the respectful community space of Peoples Choice."
— John Fisher Smith