Acupuncture In Bend, OR

Dr. Megan Carmichael DACM, LAc

IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH & THE FAMILY’S

GETTING MORE FROM LIFE

CREATING QUALITY & LONGEVITY

FEELING GOOD

KEEPING YOU IN THE GAME

Welcome!! Thank you so much for visiting my website.

In support of the current situation we are limiting our patient load. Appointments are spread apart for your safety. We are currently not taking new insurance patients at this time. We are also taking appointments through email request. I appreciate your understanding as I know that everything is not as easy right now. 

I am honored to be a part of your health care goals with Traditional Chinese Medicine. I love what I do and I am so grateful to get to do what I love. Chinese Medicine has the ability to take many different courses to heal one or several issues in each person differently.

The beauty of this is  “hope” and that is only one of the many reasons that I love this job.

For optimum healing I believe that keeping it simple, creating encompassed health care, and getting back to basics is necessary for your body to be at its full potential.

In my practice I use Traditional Chinese Medicine approach to Acupuncture and Herbal medicine, along with Balance Method Acupuncture, Cupping, Gua Sha, Body Work, and Ktaping.  I most commonly see issues of; chronic pain, acute pain, migraines, constipation, fertility, turning breached babies, nephropathy, athletes, allergy relief,stress, anxiety, depression, gut issues, and arthritis; However, the list is endless.

Central Oregon is such an amazing place to live from all the athletic adventures, family events, farming to community socials. I love helping and being apart of all the diversity here and welcome all to my office.

Set up an appointment today. Please feel free to call email me with any questions. I look forward to seeing you soon.

Acupuncture with Megan Carmichael LAc
61270 Brookswood Blvd.
Bend, Oregon 97702

541-647-0569

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