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What is Acupuncture?

Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture is an alternative medicine that has been used for thousands of years. As a complete holistic medical approach, we take the whole person into account -- body, mind and spirit -- to determine the most effective course of action to help the body heal itself. Acupuncture uses very fine, sterile needles which are inserted into specific points on the body to access your energy or “Qi” (pronounced “chee”). When we activate your Qi with a needle, we work to smooth out imbalances through eliminating toxins, moving stagnation, building qi and blood and promoting the body's natural healing process. Acupuncture has been proven to increase immunity, enhance recuperative power, regulate nervous systems and improve mental and physical health. The needles are single-use, disposable, and thinner than a cats whisker. The needles are relatively painless when inserted. Occasionally there will be a slight pinch that dissipates quickly. Most patients fall asleep during treatment, and leave with a deepened sense of relaxation. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) can also be complimented with one or more of the therapies listed below:

Moxibustion (Moxa) 

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Dry Cupping

Wet Cupping

Fire Cupping

Moving Cupping

Gua Sha

Electro- Acupuncture

Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture

About the Practitioner


     Brittany has a deep understanding of managing pain using acupuncture. Being involved in a horrific car accident at 17, she discovered this medicine through her own relief while being in treatment. She fell in love with incorporating the deep emotional and spiritual approach of Five Element Acupuncture (5E) to treatment, which is why she chose one of the best Five Element Acupuncture schools on the east coast.  


      Brittany received her Masters of Acupuncture Degree (M.Ac.) from Maryland University of Integrative Health in 2014, formerly known as Tai Sophia Institute. Prior to earning her degree she attended Elizabethtown College where she received her Bachelor’s of Arts Degree, specializing in Communications, Public Relations, Psychology, Women’s Studies and Anthropology. After completing her graduate degree, she opened her private practice and joined into the Post Graduate Animal Acupuncture Certificate program, in which she completed in 2015. Since opening her business, she has performed thousands of acupuncture treatments on humans, horses, dogs and cats. 

She combines her training in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Five Element Acupuncture, eight principle theory, and her own intuition to support patients on a physical level, as well as a deeply psycho-emotional level. 


     Brittany currently holds the following certificates:

  • Licensed Acupuncturist through the Maryland Board of Acupuncture

  • Animal Acupuncturist Certificate issued by Maryland University of Integrative Health in 2015 to treat horses, dogs, cats and rabbits

  • Certified in the Dr. Tan Balancing Method

  • Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture Specialist

  • Acu Detox Specialist Certificate issues by the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA)

  • Completed electives with a focus on fertility and pregnancy 

  • Certified in Clean Needle Technique by Council of Colleges of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine


Brittany enjoys living off of her homestead with her husband, Josh, their two dogs, a cat and a full hen house of laying chickens. They enjoy being outdoors, hiking, camping, bluegrass music, gathering wild food, gardening, archery, ethical bow hunting, fly fishing and loving the creatures on their funny farm. 


New Patient Information

The cost of an intake appointment including consult and treatment is $135 and lasts about 1.5 hours. 

Follow up visits are about 1 hour and cost $90 per visit.

Prepaid package deals are available.

Accepts credit cards, HSAs, FSAs, Venmo, checks and cash.

Insurance is not accepted at this time.

Itemized receipts to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement available upon request.

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How Acupuncture can help you...

Balances out your emotions

Increases Endorphins Improves mood  Balances Anger, Fear, Grief and Worry

Supports healthy digestion

Acid Reflux - Nausea - Bloating - Gas - "IBS" - Constipation - Diarrhea

Improves Immune Systems

Allergies - Lung function Skin issues - Auto immune disfunction

Balances hormones

Menstrual Issues

 Menopause symptoms

Infertility - Adrenal issues

 thyroid disorders - Safe alternative for pregnancy symptoms 

Helps manage pain & boost healing

Musculoskeletal pain  Nerve pain - Headaches Migraines - Injuries

Helps you sleep better

Lowers cortisol levels to help fall asleep and stay asleep

Decreases fatigue

Lessens disruptive dreaming

Reduces stress response

Calms nervous system

 Releases muscle tension for Stress

Helps attention & concentration

Better stress response


Improves focus and clarity

... just to name a few.

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