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Meet Heather

Heather is a Board-Certified Acupuncture Physician licensed in Florida and New York. She holds two Masters degrees; one in Acupuncture and the other in Oriental Medicine (MSAOM) from Finger Lakes School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls, NY. She recently completed her doctoral degree at Pacific college of Oriental Medicine (2019). Her training encompasses Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Tuina (Chinese medical massage), Qi gong and eastern dietary therapy. She also received training in Japanese acupuncture theory and techniques.

Heather’s well-rounded experience includes but is not limited to providing care for various pain conditions, digestive and respiratory disorders, women’s health, and sports related injury. She has worked in various settings including the Seneca Falls Health Center and the Veteran’s Affairs Hospital in Canandaigua, New York.

Heather is a member of the Phi Chi Omega honor society and studied abroad at the Zhejiang Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Hangzhou, China.

Heather has advanced training in:

  • Advanced Integrative Diagnosis (2017)
  • Master Tung Balance Method for Pain Relief (2019)
  • Holistic Fertility (2018)
  • Spinal Stenosis and Peripheral Neuropathy (2019)
  • Weber Method™ Advanced Cosmetic (2019)
  • ATP Resonance BioTherapy™ (2019)
  • MINCORN™ Fertility (2019)
  • LIFE Fertility BioTherapy™ (2020)
  • Acupuncture Injection Therapy (2021)

 

Meet Bryan

After nearly 10 years of clinical experience, Dr. Schuerlein could sum up his approach in two words: Movement Matters.

Movement is the expression of life. Where things do not move, stiffness and pain stagnate in. The first step to care is to receive an accurate diagnosis and establish a reasonable timeline for the condition.

The work done at this clinic is more than just the spinal adjustment but is aimed at the body as a whole. Muscles animate the skeleton and are often an overlooked approach to care. In our experience, patients do not understand what is wrong with their bodies and (worse) have no clue how to fix it. This is where we specialize and are not satisfied until the patient understands it too.

The end result of this process is what we call “Performance.” To live and move as our bodies were designed to do. It is an empowered patient who achieves faster and longer-lasting results than they would have otherwise and ultimately know how to handle their symptoms should they reoccur in the future.

Are you ready to begin?