Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine
Acupuncture is a non-invasive healing art known to enhance pregnancy, birth and postpartum health. Acupuncture is often indicated for common pregnancy symptoms such as nausea, back/hip/neck pain, anxiety, and hormonal regulation. Acupuncture can also help regulate a quick or slow labor, manage pain, reduce stress and anxiety, and alleviate postpartum bleeding.
Kimberly Owen Dowling Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine
Kimberly is a board certified and licensed acupuncturist in Massachusetts and Maine, Doctor of Acupuncture in Rhode Island and Chinese herbalist. A graduate of New England School of Acupuncture, having earned a Master of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine, she practices both Chinese and Japanese styles of acupuncture and is trained in non-insertive techniques for younger and needle-sensitive patients. She works with various ages and all stages of life and wellness. Kimberly practices on the Vineyard in the summer months and Maine the rest of the year.
Marcie Mueller, Lic. Ac.
Nationally Board Certified Oriental Medicine Practitioner
455 State Rd, Unit 12
Vineyard Haven, MA
I love helping women have healthy, happy pregnancies and smooth, uncomplicated deliveries. And let's not forget the postpartum period- just as important as any other phase of pregnancy. Acupuncture is a wonderful aid to healthy nursing, too.
Cathleen Vincent, Lic. Ac.
The Yoga Barn
1153 State Road
West Tisbury, MA
508-645-9642, ext. 4
Cathleen Vincent is board certified and licensed to practice acupuncture by the Massachusetts Board of Medicine. She practices acupuncture and lives on Martha’s Vineyard and offers individually tailored treatments for people seeking wellness and health. Common conditions that often improve with acupuncture include stress management, digestive problems, fertility support, pregnancy health, chronic illness, orthopedic injury, and mood balance.