Recommending Acupuncture in Midwifery Care

The thousands-of-years-old practice of acupuncture is a perfect integrative complement to midwifery care. The practice involves the insertion of fine, stainless steel, filiform needles at acupuncture points along the body.
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About Author: Kerry Boyle

Kerry Boyle, LAc, DAc, is a 2003 graduate of Bastyr University’s Masters of Acupuncture program and 2020 graduate of Pacific College of Health Sciences Doctor of Acupuncture program. Dr. Boyle provides evidence-based, integrative acupuncture and specializes in women’s health, fertility, and pregnancy at Integrative Acupuncture in Montpelier, Vermont. She can be reached at www.acupunctureinvermont.com.

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