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The Power of Celestial AcuLift
World Health Organization Recommends Acupuncture
In 1979, the WHO held a symposium on acupuncture. They created a list of 43 diseases that acupuncture can help with. In 1997, along with several National Institutes of Health, they published a Consensus Statement on acupuncture. This summarised the current understanding on acupuncture, based on the research that was available at the time.
The World Health Organisation recommends acupuncture for these diseases, symptoms or conditions, because acupuncture has been ‘proven – through controlled trials – to be an effective treatment:
Adverse Reactions to Radiation/Chemotherapy
Low back pain
Induction of labour
Malposition of fetus
Periarthritis of shoulder
Dr. Kristen is a Nationally Board-Certified Doctor of Acupuncture with over 19 years of industry experience ranging from small wellness centers to a military hospital. Proven ability to adapt within any environment with proficiency conveying medical concepts to reach patients and colleagues on any level. Experience with analyzing internal processes and implementing necessary changes. Team leader with experience identifying and addressing patient needs.
Her expertise lies in Orthopedics, Psycho-Emotional, Adjunctive treatment for Chemotherapy induced pain/naseau, and Cosmetic Acupuncture/Dermatology. During this time she has created the 'Celestial AcuLift' a Cosmetic Acupuncture technique. This is a unique protocol based on her years of experience in the beauty, marketing, research, and wellness industries. She is also an educator and CEU provider training professional Acupuncture Physicians and students alike. She does this through her continuing education classes and as an adjunct professor at East West College of Natural Medicine.
Her goals in the field of Chinese Medicine include creating solutions for Acupuncturists and patients.
Her goal with patients is to utilize Traditional Chinese Medicine and its adjunctive modalities to provide the best possible care with the experience and knowledge to refer out if necessary.
Lastly, she is currently in a traditional Ph.D. program to be able to apply research methods to quantify Acupuncture techniques.