Kim Cherry holds a Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine and is licensed by the State of Pennsylvania in both acupuncture and nutrition. She is a Certified Nutrition Specialist and holds a Masters of Science Degree in Therapeutic Herbalism. The National Certification for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) has awarded Kim the status of Diplomat. Kim enjoys practicing a wide variety of acupuncture techniques. In this way, she is able to match the right style with the right person. Kim is trained to evaluate and recommend nutrition, herbs and supplements based on scientific studies as well as traditional usage. The combination of acupuncture, herbs, nutritional advice and coaching help patients on many levels. Kim specializes in pain management, fertility, digestion, and stress. Kim holds certification in NAET (Nambudripad Allergy Elimination Technique), Acupuncturists without Borders (Trauma), and Facial Rejuvenation (Virginia Doran). Kim has also studied Worsely Five Element Acupuncture with Lonny Jarrett, and pain relief with Dr. Richard Teh-Fu Tan. In 2013 Kim won the Provost award at Maryland University of Integrated Health for her research poster on Parkinson’s Disease.
- A validity study on the Questions About Behavioral Function (QABF) Scale: predicting treatment success for self-injury, aggression, and stereotypies.
- Age-related differences in spatial memory: effects of structural and organizational context.
- Age and individual differences influence prospective memory.
- An evaluation of functional variables affecting severe problem behaviors in adults with mental retardation by using the Questions about Behavioral Function Scale (QABF).
- A comparison of social skills in adults with autistic disorder, pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified, and mental retardation.
- Factor structure of the Matson Evaluation of Social Skills for Individuals with Severe Retardation (MESSIER).
- The relationship of self-injurious behavior and aggression to social skills in persons with severe and profound learning disability.
- Effects of verbal elaborations on memory for sentences in adults with mental retardation.
- Inhibition of PARP-1 by olaparib (AZD2281) increases the radiosensitivity of a lung tumor xenograft.
- Effects of distinctive context on memory for objects and their locations in young and elderly adults.
- Vasoactivity of rucaparib, a PARP-1 inhibitor, is a complex process that involves myosin light chain kinase, P2 receptors, and PARP itself.
- Age-related differences in three-dimensional spatial memory.
- Adult age differences in spatial memory: effects of structural context and practice.
- The effect of verbal elaborations on memory in young and older adults.
- Individual difference and contextual variables influence spatial memory in younger and older adults.
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