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Licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac.)

Hawken Acupuncture

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Dallas Acupuncture
Traditional Chinese Medicine
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Elijah Hawken
Elijah Hawken
TCA Life Coach, M.S., L.Ac.

Elijah Hawken earned her Masters Degree in Science and Traditional Oriental Medicine (MSTOM), graduating with top honors, from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, San Diego, after a four year post-graduate program of over 3000 hours of in-class and clinical training. As an intern, Ms. Hawken had the opportunity to treat patients...

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A few facts about Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine

Whether the source of illness is physical, emotional, or spiritual, Chinese medical treatment can bring about the healing of not only your primary complaint but the many minor discomforts that may have accompanied it.

Acupuncture works very well with Western biomedical protocols, and Elijah Hawken has considerable experience working alongside Medical Doctors, Registered Nurses, and Licensed Counselors in several different clinical settings. Chinese medicine can accelerate recovery from surgery, strengthen the immune system, and alleviate many of the unwanted side-effects of conventional treatment of major illnesses such as Hepatitis C and cancer.

Acupuncture treatments are cumulative – each treatment builds on the previous one to restore you to health.

Chinese medical treatment is a sound investment toward your continuing health. It is a preventative medicine, and if you do become ill, it can restore your health and well-being. When compared to the cost of pharmaceuticals, Chinese medical treatment is not only affordable, but can improve your primary concern as well as restore your overall well-being without the harmful side-effects that often result from taking prescription drugs.

The time, money, and commitment put toward Chinese medical treatment restores health, increases energy, reduces stress, and has even been proven to reduce the amount of sick-leave taken from work. Over time, Chinese medical treatment often proves much more economical than conventional medical approaches to treating illness.
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Certifications
 Acupuncture (NCCAOM)  Chinese Herbology (NCCAOM)  Licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac.)
 Master of Traditional Medicine (MSTOM)  National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine  Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)
Bio
I have been practicing acupuncture in Dallas, Texas since 2005. I am a Licensed Acupuncturist, a nationally Board Certified Chinese Herbalist, a Certified Life Coach, and a musician.
As an intern, I saw patients at UCSD Sports Medicine Complex, at San Diego Hospice, and at the community clinic run by UCSD School of Medicine. In all three of these settings, I worked alongside practitioners of varied disciplines, among them Medical Doctors, nurses, counselors, dentists, chaplains, Physical Therapists, massage therapists. These integrative models showed me that patients are best served by practitioners who can see the bigger picture, and who will refer patients to other modalities when necessary. I feel that I am one of those practitioners, and feel qualified to safeguard your health.
Education/Training
Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, San Diego
Transform Coaching Academy
Memberships
Texas Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
Diplomate in Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)
Member, International Coach Federation
Payments Accepted
Cash, checks, visa, mastercard, discover
License:Texas AC00799
Location
5452 Glen Lakes Dr
Suite 202
DallasTX 75231
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