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WHO WE ARE

Little Pine Community Acupuncture is dedicated to providing a space in which you can begin your first, middle, or last steps towards healing. We are here to help you along, wherever you are on the journey.

Our mission is to provide accessible, inclusive, and affordable acupuncture to all who need it. Here at Little Pine, we assert that healthcare is a human right. We are proud to provide community acupuncture, which offers a vehicle for people to heal in a powerful communal space with a pricing plan that makes care more accessible, optimizing results for that which ails you.

 

Acupuncture takes into account your whole story. While we aim to resolve your symptoms, we simultaneously strive to understand and address the underlying processes that created them in the first place. We treat a variety of complaints, including body pain, stress and mental wellness, digestive health, autoimmune and neurological conditions, and gynecological and urological health.

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ZOË MEYERS, LAC

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Zoë graduated from Oregon College of Oriental Medicine with a Master's degree in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. She favors Japanese Meridian Therapy acupuncture, a style that uses gentle needling to create radical changes in the body. She is nationally certified to practice and holds an acupuncture license in the state of Oregon.

Zoë received her Bachelor’s of Science in Applied Psychology from New York University and is especially passionate about supporting mental wellness through the lens of Chinese Medicine. Guided by this interest, she completed a capstone project while at OCOM titled: “Understanding Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in a Chinese Medicine Framework.” Zoë believes healthcare is a social justice tool and has seen, both personally and in research, the indisputable effect that positive and affirming healthcare has on our well-being.

Outside of the office, you can find Zoë lost in the woods, playing classical piano, or trying her hand at learning accordion.

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