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Sarah Atkinson, CA
Sarah Atkinson C.A. is a board certified Acupuncturist with the State of Wisconsin and NCCAOM, graduating with honors from the Oriental Medicine Masters program at the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine. She started Healthy Living Acupuncture in 2004, and loves what she does! Sarah utilizes the modalities of Oriental medicine which include: acupuncture, gua sha, cupping, moxibustion, clinical nutrition, herbology, and counseling to help individuals experience healing from disease patterns. Many chronic medical conditions are poorly managed by traditional health care systems, and she believes Oriental Medicine is a priceless tool for achieving optimal results!
As an acupuncturist, Sarah seeks to find and treat the underlying cause of disease symptoms. She sees patients with a wide variety of concerns, with a primary focus on gastrointestinal and liver disease, hormone, metabolic and mood imbalances, addiction recovery, chronic fatigue, reproductive health, diabetes, and autoimmune disease. She also works with patients in the Chinese Medical model of acute and chronic conditions to support the restoration of health. Sarah sees her patients as individuals, and personalizes treatments based on their unique needs and circumstances. Having grown up in Wisconsin, she has a strong connection to her family and community.
Sarah is a member of the Society of Acupuncture Research, Wisconsin Certified Acupuncturists (WISCA) and the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). In her free time, Sarah enjoys swimming, cooking, making fermented foods, spending time with her family and friends, and being outside in the beauty of nature.
Beth Busse graduated with honors from the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine to receive her Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine (MSOM). She is a Licensed Acupuncturist with the State of WI and the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM. She serves patients in historic downtown Plymouth, a hub city between Sheboygan and Fond Du Lac. She blends both modern medicine and ancient Chinese medicine to investigate the root cause of her patient’s illness. Beth Buss CA creates individualized treatment plans that address the whole person and empower her patients in their health care to create long-lasting wellness. Beth uses many tools to reach this goal including herbal medicine, nutrition, exercise, acupuncture, cupping, moxibustion, and gua sha. Beth works in cooperation with other health care providers and doctors to provide the best in complementary and alternative medicine, and ultimately, to best serve the interests of her patients.
Her interests include hiking, backpacking, exercising her 3-year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier, and international travel. She is inspired by the various ways different cultures manage their health and healing processes. She recently completed the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage across Sprain. It was a 500+mile hike, done in about a month’s time. She is preparing for her next trek by foot across Portugal.