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Integrative Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine
Kerry Boyle Jenni MS, L.Ac. and Joshua Singer MS, L.Ac.
Licensed Acupuncturists



Welcome To An Integrative Health Care Experience...

Integrative Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine offers acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine in downtown Montpelier.  Nationally board certified and licensed acupuncturists, Joshua Singer and Kerry Boyle Jenni are pleased to partner with the providers of Central Vermont Medical Center to offer an individualized approach to complementary health care.

Using the principles and over 2,500 year history of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) we treat a spectrum of health issues, including chronic and acute pain, allergies, anxiety, addictions, fatigue, sleep, respiratory and digestive disorders, as well as women's health and fertility issues.

We use ancient and modern techniques of acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, acupressure, cupping, moxibustion, tui na massage, auricular therapy and craniosacral therapy, to create a treatment plan that's customized for your optimal health.



" The data in support of acupuncture is as strong as those for many accepted Western medical therapies. One of the advantages of acupuncture is that the incidence of adverse effects is substantially lower than that of many drugs and other accepted medical procedures used for the same conditions."

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Consensus Conference on Acupuncture, 1997


Heal Yourself: Tips for Wellbeing
Herb of the Month: Bai Shao (White Peony Root)

Clinical Usage and Indications

  • Nourishes the blood and regulates menstrual problems due to blood deficiency (pale, lusterless complexion and nails) - menstrual dysfunction, vaginal discharge, uterine bleeding - very common herb for gynecological disorders.
  • Calms liver yang, alleviates pain from constrained liver qi or disharmony between the liver and the spleen due to liver yang rising - cramping and spasms (limbs and abdomen), abdominal pain from dysentery, headache and dizziness.
  • Preserves yin, adjusts ying and wei levels - vaginal discharge and spermatorrhea, exterior wind-cold from deficiency with continuous sweating, spontaneous sweating, night sweats.
At Home Acupressure : Ren 4
  • Chinese Name: Guanyuan (English translation: Gate of Origin)

    Location:  On the anterior median line of the lower abdomen, 3 cun below the umbilicus.

    Classification: Front-Mu point of the Small Intestine
    Crossing point of the Ren Vessel and the Three Yin Meridians of the Foot - (Spleen, Liver and Kidney)

    Indications:

    • Impotence, spermatorrhea, enuresis, frequent micturition, retention of urine
    • Irregular menstruation, metrorrhagia, morbid leukorrhea, dysmenorrhea, prolapse of the uterus, infertility, postpartum hemorrhage
    • Flaccidity of apoplexy, emaciation due to consumptive disease
    • Diarrhea, prolapse of rectum, dyspepsia

    Functions: Strengthens, nourishes the Kidneys (Qi, Yin and Yang), nourishes Essence, benefits Original Qi, calms the Shen, benefits menstruation and the uterus. 

    For more acupunture points see www.acupuncture.com


Acupuncture Video and Demonstration

How Does It Work?

Acupuncture has been studied for years in the west to try to scientifically figure out how are people healing with these little needles.  Here are the conclusions:

1.  Acupuncture increases the circulation of blood- reducing pain and swelling
2.  It causes the release of certain neurotransmitters- benefitting mental health
3.  Acupuncture stimulates the natural release of opioids- reducing pain
4.  A reaction with the central nervous system occurs- benefitting overall health.

We pride ourselves on making acupuncture easy to understand at Integrative Acupuncture.  We always answer all of your questions to the best of our abilities to allow you to feel secure and informed. To read more about our providers certifications and experience, read our About Us page.   



Acupuncture In The News
MORE STUDIES
IAOM highlighted in The World 
Nov 2013
Local paper highlights our work at integrating acupuncture into mainstream medical care. Read full article

Doctors Opt for Acupuncture Over Pain Meds For Kids
Dec 2013
San Diego Dr. James Ochi recently published a study involving 31 kids who said their pain level, on average, was 5.5 on a 1-10 scale.  After acupuncture, their pain level fell to about 2.  Read More

New Studies Reveal Acupuncture is Effective At Reducing Tumor Growth in Bone Cancer

Sept. 2013
The University of Minnesota and Medical College of Wisconsin researchers suggest that the ability of acupuncture to reduce bone tumor growth and lung metastasis may be related to its ability to reduce tumor associated inflammation. Read More


Acupuncture For Pain


Acupuncture Relieves Pain in Largest Study of Treatment
Data complied from 18,000 people found that acupuncture was better at relieving pain then not receiving treatment.
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Military Pokes Holes in Acupuncture Skeptics Theory
The US Army has begun to make acupuncture more widely available to troops returning home for back pain, P.T.S.D., and traumatic brain injuries.
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IAOM Team With Cancer Center For Relief
IAOM has teamed with National Life Cancer Treatment Center of Central Vermont Medical Center to provide complementary acupuncture treatments for CVMC cancer patients.  Relief from hot flashes, chemo induced nausea, itching and insomnia are some of the symptoms Joshua and Kerry have successfully helped.  Read More

Affordable Acupuncture: $10 Group Treatments
Licensed Acupuncturists Joshua Singer and Kerry Jenni are committed to making acupuncture accessible to everyone.  During the past three years they have provided $10 treatments every Thursday evening in Montpelier.
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