Acupuncture clinic | Gail Daugherty

Gail Daugherty, LAc, MAcOM, MBA, Dipl. OM (NCCAOM®)

Clinic Director and Licensed Acupuncturist Gail was a skeptic. Suffering for several years with severe shoulder pain Gail turned down a fellow triathlete suggestion that she try Acupuncture. She thought the needles would hurt and didn’t believe that tiny needles could make a difference. It took another year of limited range of motion, severe pain, trouble sleeping and the threat of surgery before she finally searched for and found an Acupuncturist she could trust. To her surprise the needles didn’t hurt. She was completely pain free within four months and the experience was relaxing and improved her sleep. Wanting to provide people with another option in pain management and injury recovery, Gail earned her Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degree. After becoming a Licensed Acupuncturist she opened a clinic in the Chicago Suburbs inside an orthopedic surgery and physical therapy center. Thousands of people have benefited from her specialized, pain free technique that can begin to reduce pain in just two needles. Dr. Charles Frank, orthopaedic surgeon at Complete Orthopeadic (sic) Care wrote, “Gail Daugherty saw several of my patients directly after surgical management. As the medications wore off, the patients would often experience pain. Gail’s technique soothed them and left them with less discomfort and the patients were more relaxed. I feel the acupuncture treatments were beneficial and would help many.” Wanting to live near her parents, Gail relocated to the Dallas area in 2011 and opened her own clinic. She maintains a busy clinic schedule helping relieve pain, improve injury recovery and reduce stress. In addition to working internationally, she has taught at Santa Barbara College of Oriental Medicine and is a contributing editor for Outdoor Competitor Magazine. Her gentle technique could change your life. Contact her today!


(972) 922-3712
6401 W. Eldorado Pkwy, Suite 212
McKinney, TX 75070
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