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Herbal Medicine and Chinese Herbal Arts

Our practitioners have been trained in the art and science of traditional Chinese herbalism. Chinese herbal formulas are a safe and effective way to address a wide array of health concerns. In many circumstances, your practitioner will offer herbal therapy along with acupuncture for a comprehensive treatment. We source our herbs from the most reputable companies, ensuring not only that they are free from contaminants like heavy metals, pesticides and pharmaceutical, but that they are also sourced in an ethical manner. We are able to work with patients who might have food sensitivities or are taking other medications to find a formula that fits your specific needs and can speed the healing process to help you achieve your individual health goals.

Herbal Therapy Services and Prices

ServiceDescriptionLengthPrice
HerbsInitial Consultation30 min$50
HerbsFollow Up15 min$25

About Your Herbal Medicine Visit

The Acupuncture and Healing Arts Medical Group maintains a full compliment of Chinese herbal  remedies, vitamins, minerals, and supplements.  We only carry the highest quality of natural supplements in the clinic.  Our herbs are tested at the factory for pesticides, heavy metals, and pharmaceuticals.  You can take herbs from us knowing that a professional has provided you with the safest and most effective remedy on the market.

Chuck Sullivan, MAOM, LAc

Acupuncturist


Chuck Sullivan, L.Ac. has been in private practice since 2003.  His practice focuses on treating neck, back pain, headaches and migraines.  He went to acupuncture school after completing a tour with the United State Air Force. While in the USAF Chuck Sullivan started receiving acupuncture treatment for a condition that he could not get any relief from on the base.  After receiving a session in 1998 his wife encouraged him to go to back to school to learn Traditional Chinese Medicine.  His first school was the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine. Due to family issues he moved back to California to finish at the Santa Barbara College of Oriental Medicine. Upon graduation in 2003 he moved to Springfield, Missouri to start his practice.  In the summer of 2005 he moved to Memphis and took a position at Acupuncture and Healing Arts Medical Group.  As of July 2013 Chuck Sullivan bought the practice and proudly serves the Memphis community.


Marlene Bair, MAOM, LAc

Acupuncturist


Marlene holds a Master of Science degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Texas College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Austin, one of the top accredited schools in the nation. It was here that she completed a 4-year program that included studies in Traditional Chinese Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal medicine and Western medicine diagnosis and pathology. She holds an additional Masters degree from The American Holistic College of Nutrition as well as a practicing Level 3 Reiki Master and Certified Life Coach.Well known for her gentle compassion and no-nonsense solutions, Marlene has been working with individuals to achieve optimal health for over a decade.By using a combination of therapies including, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Holistic Nutrition, Reiki, Aromatherapy and Life Coaching she will guide you making the changes necessary to create lasting positive results.

By creating balance in your body, your life changes direction.


Candace Billings, LAc

Acupuncturist


Candace, a Memphis native, has returned to begin her Oriental medicine and acupuncture practice after finishing four years of studying classical Chinese medicine in Portland, OR at the National College of Natural Medicine, graduating with high honors. Candace decided to pursue a career in Chinese medicine after experiencing life-changing shifts as a patient of this medicine and coming to realize that it combines two of her great loves: nature and human health. The connections between humans and the natural world has long been a fascination for Candace, and after finding Chinese medicine, she knew it was the perfect fit to bring together her interests for the purpose of serving others. She believes that we all possess within us the innate capacity for health and balance.

With the tools offered by Chinese medicine, Candace will work with you to address your concerns holistically, bringing your unique vitality alive on all levels- physical, emotional, and spiritual. While she is excited to offer medicine for the whole family and treats a wide variety of conditions, she has a special interest in women’s health, fertility, pre- and post-partum care, pediatrics, pain, digestive disorders, fatigue, and emotional health. Candace uses acupuncture, moxabustion, herbal therapy, cupping, nutrition and lifestyle counseling, and various forms of body work such as tuina and sotai to treat her patients. She had the great fortune to complete a year-long mentorship under Dr. Robert Quinn in which she studied Japanese meridian therapy. This style of acupuncture is perfect for those with needle sensitivity as one of its most outstanding attributes is its focus on gentle needling technique.

While she’s not treating her patients, you can find Candace spending time with her daughter, Ella (with whom she’s quite smitten), tending her vegetable and flower garden, hiking or otherwise enjoying being outdoors, knitting, sewing, cooking and sharing meals with friends, or relaxing on the porch with a good cup of coffee! Candace is nationally board certified and licensed by the state of Tennesee, and she is excited to meet you and help you achieve your goals.


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