Root Healing Wellness
Are you tired of not finding relief for something as common as back pain or being given medications that only address symptoms without curing the root of your illness?
Acupuncture Doctor in Dunedin, near Palm Harbor and Clearwater.
After graduation he worked and studied extensively in Asia, learning from accomplished teachers of Oriental Medicine in South Korea. He has also taught Oriental Medicine in universities in South Korea in both English and Korean and has practiced medicine in 8 countries around the world: U.S.A., South Korea, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Cambodia and the Philippines. His experience ranges from the acute injuries and chronic illnesses of American patients to the suffering of the destitute in the rural areas of India.
Dr. Healy also has a B.A. in Religion and has practiced yoga and meditation since 1995. He first learned yoga in temple settings in South Korea and has taught extensively in South Korea, India, Cambodia as well as the United States. He teaches yoga and meditation according to each patient’s abilities and needs. Dr. Healy has also completed many intensive meditation retreats during his travels, studying and practicing alongside respected teachers. His meditation experience ranges from insight meditation to zen and mantra meditation. Dr. Healy currently teaches yoga and meditation at various places in Dunedin along with Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute.
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If you live in or near Dunedin, Clearwater, Palm Harbor, Safety Harbor, Tarpon Springs, Largo or Oldsmar in Pinellas County and want to find out more about the benefits of acupuncture and traditional Chinese Medicine, please contact Root Healing Wellness today.
Dr. Beverly Sorrells, A.P., DOM, MSOM
Dr. Beverly has comprehensive training in the Non-Somatic Extraordinary Vessels (NSEV) and is a certified NSEV Specialist. NSEV healing is a modern adaptation of Traditional Chinese Medicine protocols that work with a person’s primordial (NSEV) pathways to encourage physical and emotional well being. Along with her extensive medical background, She has trained with Acupuncturists Without Borders, a non-profit organization that provides trauma relief to local and international communities. Dr. Beverly looks forward to adding medical missions to her previous missions work.
Dr. Kay Lynch, A.P., DOM, MSOM
She has been trained in Tan/Tung styles of acupuncture which are very effective for immediate pain relief. Dr. Lynch has also been certified in Auricular Therapy and Battlefield Acupuncture which helped her in her work with veterans and their PTSD.
Dr. Lynch has owned successful practices in Montana and Cocoa, FL but decided to move to Dunedin to join Root Healing Wellness because of their reputation and their impressive results in helping people with cancer, diabetes, and neuropathy.
Personally she loves hiking and exploring new places with her husband. Her interest in getting to the root causes of disease, not just the symptoms, drove her to Chinese Medicine, and it is this drive that compels her to continuously improve her skills for the betterment of her patients.
Dr. Chris Kunis, MD
Years of great patient care and a terrific sense of humor have garnered Dr. Kunis the respect and admiration of both patients and colleagues alike. Dr. Kunis developed an affinity for stem cells and regenerative medicine early in his career while doing cellular research during graduate school. His findings spurred his fascination with this developing medical technology that continues to this day.
When not helping patients, Dr. Kunis enjoys music and has a special interest in the therapeutic effects music can offer. He is also an avid photographer with a passion for wildlife photography.
Know Your Acupuncturist
For a list of CCAOM member colleges, all of which are ACAOM-approved, see www.ccaom.org.
For national certification standards, see www.nccaom.org.
* *Acupuncture/Oriental Medical practitioners are able to obtain a D.A.O.M. doctoral degree from an ACAOM-approved clinical doctoral program. Some states also designate the licensing title (non-degree) as D.O.M. or D.Ac, or Acupuncture Physician. Licensed Acupuncturists may have also obtained an O.M.D., Ph.D., or D.Ac. for non-extensive post-graduate training (from unaccredited programs). Thus, it is important to ask where such a title was received.
** *Some medical doctors and chiropractors are trained and licensed in both western and Oriental medical acupuncture. Ask your physician about his or her credentials.
Acupuncture should only be administered by a practitioner who has specific training in this field, due to risk of improper needling, inadequate understanding of Oriental medical diagnostic procedures, transmission of disease, imbalancing of energy, or ethical violations.