Lindsey Dority LAc, MAcOM
I love practicing Chinese Medicine because it is simple and it works! I devoted myself to this medicine in 2006 after having my own profound acupuncture experience. Chinese Medicine can play an integral part in transforming healthcare in the US today. Looking for a health care answer besides medication? Up for making some lifestyle changes? As an acupuncturist, I will look at the big picture and treat the root of the problem, not just the symptoms.
By studying Chinese Medicine, I was initiated into a 3,000+ year-old medicine that stresses prevention. A Chinese doctor was judged based on if he was able to keep his village healthy. A healthy village meant a good doctor. I love the simplicity of acupuncture and Chinese Medicine and that you can literally carry the tools you need in your pocket.
After 6 years of practice I started Happy Belly Acupuncture-“whole body health from the center out.” With this new endeavor I will take my years of experience as an acupuncturist to help people dive deeper into their health, put them in the driver seat and assist them on their journey to a more vibrant self. I am so excited for this next chapter. In my studies I have learned that many pathologies start with an imbalance in our gut. By focusing on this area as well as the rest of the body I will treat: stress, mental health, digestion, gynecological disorders, PMS, fertility, pre-natal and post-partum health, chronic pain, musculo-skeletal pain, headaches, fatigue and pretty much every other health condition.
In October 2016, I joined the team of practitioners at Luna Chiropractic & Wellness on Thursdays to offer community acupuncture. I am very excited about this new venture! The wellness providers of Luna include LMT's, ND's and chiropractors. Luna specializes in treating families, kids, and pre/postpartum mamas. To schedule or to learn more: http://www.lunachiropractic.com
Lindsey Dority is an Oregon State Licensed Acupuncturist and Board Certified in Oriental Medicine by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). She graduated from the University of Oregon in 2000 and Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in 2009.