People often ask me how I found acupuncture as a career, but honestly, acupuncture found me.
After working for many years in the corporate world as a software developer, I realized I wasn’t finding fulfillment. I was toying with the idea of going back to school for physical therapy, but there still seemed to be something missing. I had always been athletic and wellness-focused and started to look deeper at holistic healing.
It wasn’t until I went to see an acupuncturist myself that I realized the power of this discipline. As an avid runner at the time with a couple of marathons under my belt, I originally sought acupuncture for chronic knee pain. Acupuncture not only addressed my knee pain it also provided relief from my seasonal allergies and cleared the foggy headedness I had been experiencing. I had more energy and never felt better. All of these great benefits without medications nor their side effects. That’s when I knew I wanted to become an acupuncturist and help others live a healthy life and be their best selves.
Nancy studied at the New England School of Acupuncture, chosen for its reputation for being one of the best acupuncture schools in the country. It also offered the opportunity to follow an orthopedic-focused track. During her clinical training at Boston Medical Center, her focus was on Chinese Acupuncture and Orthopedic Acupuncture.
Through a results-oriented approach of combining traditional Chinese acupuncture with mind, body and spiritual awareness, Nancy is helping people relieve chronic pain, increase energy, find wellness, feel happier, and be healthier. Her patients play an active role in their recovery and she is personally invested in each of her patients.
Nancy is professionally licensed by the Massachusetts Board of Medicine, board certified by the National Commission on Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM), and holds a Master’s degree in Acupuncture from New England School of Acupuncture.
Nancy can be reached at Zen Den by calling 781-424-0488 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org