Acupuncture treats acute and chronic pain (musculoskeletal disorders), insomnia, digestive concerns, depression/anxiety, menstrual irregularities, allergies, headaches, fatigue, sciatica, and more.
Acupuncture improves the body’s functions and promotes the natural self-healing process through the insertion of fine, sterile needles into the skin.
“To help a patient achieve optimal health, I view the body as a whole (physical, social, environmental, spiritual, emotional),” according to Boyd. “I tailor treatments to the individual with consideration to the above.”
Boyd earned her acupuncture degree from the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine, Racine. She is also an experienced massage therapist.
“My goal is to educate and encourage patients to be responsible for their own wellness while tapping into the body’s inherent healing abilities,” Boyd explains. “I view acupuncture as an art and as a science.”
Boyd and her husband have four children. She enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, yoga, reading and hiking.
Midwest College of Oriental Medicine
Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork