Dr. Hyland is quoted in an insightful article by Margarita Tartakovsky, on PsychCentral:
Acupuncture originated over 2000 years ago in China and has been used widespread in Asia and Europe for hundreds of years. Acupuncture has become much more mainstream in the United States over the last 50 years.
Medical Acupuncture is influenced by the traditional Chinese Medicine theory of encouraging the flow of qi (vital life energy) through classical acupuncture channels but is also informed by a variety of other traditions including Five Phases and neuroanatomical principles. Dr. Matthew Vukin also offers scalp and ear acupuncture, cupping, percutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (PENS) and moxibustion.
Medical Acupuncture is helpful for many things, including:
- Acute or Chronic Pain
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Sports injuries
- Preventive wellness
This website is a great resource by the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture and can likely answer any of your other questions:
New Clinician Page on my website:
All of the providers and staff at Kelli Hyland M.D. Collaborative Psychiatry have been very carefully chosen. Not just because of the services they offer, but (mainly) because of who they are. Dr. Hyland works very hard to nurture and support clinicians and staff members whom she cares about and believes in, and to create an environment where they can be happy and grow.
Each clinician has their own story, passion and expertise (inside and outside of medicine) and we work hard as a team to encourage and support each other in those areas, as well as educate, and collaborate with, each other in the areas in which we aren’t necessarily experts. We do for each other what we also do for our clients.
We all care very deeply about collaborative, whole-person, individualized care. We all care deeply about people and making a difference.
Practical and helpful article on PsychCentral by Margarita Tartakovsky called 9 Ways to Reduce Anxiety Right Here, Right Now
With quotes from Dr. Hyland.
This is a helpful and supportive article by Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S on Psych Central, in which I also happen to be quoted. Check it out…
Here is another great article for Psych Central by Margarita Tartakovsky, in which I was quoted: Six Ways to Advocate for your Mental Health. Check it out.
I was fortunate enough to be interviewed and quoted in a fantastic and helpful article on Psych Central blog Weightless, by Margarita Tartakovsky, out today: 8 Simple Ideas for Remembering to Take Your Medication.
Quick, important read. Check it out.