Acupuncturist318 Broad Street Rome Ga, 30161
Jennifer Parsons is an acupuncturist practicing in Rome, Ga. Dr. Parsons evaluates and treats patients based on the concepts of oriental medicine. Acupuncturists complete their evaluations by getting a patient history and looking at and touching the body. Then, they place very fine acupuncture needles into specific points on the body. Stimulating these points and nerves is how Dr. Parsons treats the patients condition. Many of the bodys systems respond to acupuncture, and it can treat physical pain as well as emotional stress.
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Get to know Acupuncturist Jennifer Parsons, who serves patients in Rome, Georgia.
Jennifer, a licensed acupuncturist and massage therapist, started Tao Of Eve Therapeutic Body Work in Rome, Georgia in 2009.
She offers a variety of services, including:
- Oriental medicine services: acupuncture, acupressure, herbal remedies, auricular therapy, ear seeds, electrical stimulation, and moxibustion therapy, cupping therapy, Gua Sha, and breathing exercises;
- Detox services: NADA protocol, detox sauna blanket, near infrared light therapy, detox mud mask, detox salt glow, and foot bath detox;
- Weight management services: sauna blanket, nutritional guidance, acupuncture, vacuum therapy, medicinal mud mask, salt glow scrub, ear infrared light therapy, auricular therapy, herbal aids, Tai Qi, Qi Gong, and contouring massage;
- Massage services: Swedish massage therapy, guided meditation, hot stone massage, acupressure, hot oil massage, Shiatsu, neuromuscular therapy, and Tui Na;
- Hydrotherapy: cryotherapy, moist heat therapy, sauna blanket therapy, conditioning clay mask, salt glow scrub, and detox mud mask;
- Foot bath services: European relaxing foot bath, Asian detox foot bath, mineral mud foot detox, and calm & cooling clay mask
“For as long as I can remember, I have had a deep desire to help the helpless. Growing up in a small town filled with one addiction after the other and seeing families torn apart by the endless supply of pain pills that keep flooding our streets, the meth that destroys them from the inside out, and all other drugs that goes into the bodies of our loved ones has led me to start a company designed to not only help the addicts who have lost all control but also for the families, friends, and communities that suffer right along beside them” expressed Jennifer.
Having been in the alternative healthcare field since 2008, Jennifer started her career in massage therapy specializing in neuromuscular therapy, sports massage, Swedish massage, and hydrotherapy.
She started her Chinese medical training in 2010 in Sarasota, Florida at East West College of Natural Medicine where she received training in Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture. During her studies, she traveled to Hangzhou, China to complete the advanced studies program at Zhejiang Chinese Medical University.
Hoping to bring new (and ancient) treatments and alternatives to the people in her life who need it the most, Jennifer has spent years practicing what she has learned so far about treating addicts and their families. She has done extensive research on many types of treatments that have been tested and proven over and over again across many different healthcare fields of practice.
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