Chinese Medicine is a practice that employs a unique medical paradigm with a macrocosmic view of the working systems in the human body.
It offers a perspective that includes our innate interconnection with the natural world around us.
This lens allows for an approach that meets the body as a network of interdependent systems.
The full practice of Chinese medicine, which includes acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, cupping, moxibustion, tui na and the art of Life Cultivation,
focuses on restoring the balance between the functions of organs, soft tissues, blood flow, and the nervous system.
A core philosophy at Wild Roots is that health is a state of physiological, emotional & social wellness, not merely the absence of disease.
Whatever your health concern is, consider Chinese medicine!
Wild Roots Clinic News
Clark Thompson will be joining the Practice on June 3, 2021
Our practice has grown and, in order to continue providing you with the best standard of care, we are bringing on a new acupuncturist.
We are very excited to welcome Clark Thompson to Wild Roots Acupuncture Clinic beginning June 3, 2021!
Our goal is to better support our patients need for frequency of visits by having Clark’s added knowledge and support to our team.
Please call the office to book an appointment.
We can discuss options for acupuncture, cupping, herbal formulas , nutrition, and ‘Life cultivation at home’.
If you are interested in booking phone consultations please email
firstname.lastname@example.org with your inquiries.
Warmly Wild Roots
REMINDER : Our Safety Policies are still in effect!
With the start of stage 3 of the reopen plan please note that our policies will remain in effect for the time being
as we transition from our Covid-19 plan to a Communicable Disease Prevention Plan. This includes our indoor mask wearing policy.
*Masks will remain a requirement for all patients entering the building.
* If you are experiencing any cold or flu symptoms, please call us to cancel and reschedule your appointment.
* The waiting room is still closed at this time, please continue to wait on the front porch until your practitioner invites you inside.
The public health office is recommending anyone with close contact to others
who are not fully vaccinated remain masked while indoors in public settings.
Our practitioners and staff are committed to the health and safety of all of our clients and although we look forward to seeing
everyone’s faces again we are prepared to take the extra precautions to ensure everyone’s safety and comfort level for a little longer.
We will keep everyone updated as things evolve.
Thank you all for your continued support and understanding!
The Wild Roots Team