Licensed Acupuncturist and Nationally Board Certified Acupuncturist
How do you describe the passion and love you have for your life and work? I was as the lake this weekend and a friend asked how I describe what I do. If you’ve ever been to see me you know I do more than just acupuncture. How do I describe the passion and care that I put into every person that comes to see me? How do I sum up how I take extra classes on the weekend when one of you comes to me with a problem that isn’t improving? How can I describe how many thousands of people have found relief in my office when they had exhausted other options?
Honestly, I have no idea. I told her I use acupuncture to help relieve pain and anxiety. This description falls short of how much love and compassion I put into my work. A friend at the lake with me, Paula Calise, wrote a book called “The Art of Hello: Be Remembered in a Noisy World”. She would be very disappointed in my description.
I had dislocated my shoulder many times and have tried medication and physio, but nothing has been as effective as acupuncture. — C.K.
I came in with lower back pain to the point where it hurt to move. After my first session, I am happy to say that my lower back pain is gone. — S.L.
Gail is an excellent acupuncturist and a great person. I have been using her services for a long time and have excellent results. She also helped out my daughter's stress last year before her wedding. - E.J.