Root To Branch Wellness

Root To Branch Wellness

1 hire on Thervo
1 employee
11 years in business

About this pro

Having over a decade of experience being dual licensed in massage and acupuncture gives me greater insite into what the body should feel like and when things are "a bit off". I work with everything from office injuries (overuse from sitting at a desk all day) to athletes and everything in between.

My main passion is treating digestive issues. I can empathize with most patients due to my own history with GI problems.

I love watching my patients progress as their health improves. Seeing people gain more function as their pain decreases or as their anxiety abates is why I do what I do.

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Seattle, WA 98105
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Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

I'm in network with most insurance companies in WA state. If you don't have acupuncture benefits, I have Wellness Packages that offer significant discounts.

How did you get started in this business?

Growing up in the Virgin Islands I never really understood what people talked about when they said the word "stress". After moving to New York for massage school I finally understood. One of my teachers had recently gotten her acupuncture license and offered to treat me. After seing her once a week for a month all my issues disappeared, and they stayed away for over a year. No doctors or specialists had been able to even tell me what was wrong. At that point I knew I had to learn more, and the rest is history.

What types of customers have you worked with?

I love nerds! I always look forward to hearing about what makes my patients tick. Are they passionate about crafting? Are they obsessed with Star Wars? My sessions aren't just about treating illness. I want to get to know who I treat.

What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Don't just pick a name from the phonebook (if you even have one of those anymore). Ask friends and family for referrals. Visit their website. Do your research.

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