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Welcome to Touchstone Acupuncture

Kathy Casey, L.Ac., Dipl. OM 
Licensed Acupuncturist, Board Certified Chinese Herbalist & Diplomate of Oriental Medicine

The fundamental principle of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is to treat each person as an integrated whole of body, mind and spirit, restoring harmony to recover and sustain health.

At Touchstone Acupuncture, we are passionate about promoting wellness and health through safe, reliable, individualized care using TCM treatments that have been effective for over 2000 years

Nourishing Life, Promoting Health at the Source

Prevention is the cornerstone of this healing art, which is the oldest, continuously practiced and professionally administered health care system in the world.

Touchstone Acupuncture is dedicated to providing natural, gentle therapies to alleviate pain, resolve symptoms, and create a pathway for individuals to follow in their own recovery of health.

Healthy Eating for Spring

According to Traditional Chinese Medicine theory, spring is the season of the liver and the gallbladder. These organs regulate a smooth flow of energy throughout the whole body. However, they are prone to stagnation if we do not take proper care of ourselves. This can manifest as anger, irritability, depression, insomnia and even pain. Stagnation can occur when people

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Six Reasons to Try Acupuncture this Year

Do you ever feel that you’re on a roller coaster ride that never ends? Do you have aches and pains almost daily? How many nights a week do you stare at the clock waiting for sleep to arrive? Are medications ruling your life? When was the last time you actually felt at peace? If any of these questions resonate

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Does Your Liver Need a Spring Tune-Up?

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, each season is ruled by a particular organ system and spring is connected to the liver. What does this mean? Well, you probably notice changes in the way you feel, both physically and mentally, as the seasons change. I know I tend to feel a bit more contemplative and introspective during the winter months. Once

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