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Kinsey Youngquist graduated from Western Washington University in 2006 where she obtained her B.S. in Exercise Science with an emphasis on fitness and health promotion. Her passion for learning about health and the human body led her to back to school for massage therapy in 2009, and then Attended Middle Way Acupuncture Institute in 2016. She specializes in focusing on areas affected by overuse and repetitive strain injuries to everyday aches and pains. She utilizes a combination of both, Western and Eastern modalities that include: Acupuncture, Acupuncture Point Injection (AIT)/Biopuncture, cupping, TMJ treatment, trigger point release, manual therapy, stretching (yoga), herbs, electro-acupuncture, gua-sha, and much more.
What is Acupuncture Point Injection Therapy (APIT) (biopuncture, aquapuncture)?
-APIT is the injection of sterile botanical substances such as herbal extracts, homeopathic medicines, vitamins, minerals and other nutrients. This may also include regenerative therapies such as acuprolotherapy, mesotherapy, and neural therapy.
-This leading technique is the fastest growing and widely accepted medical modalities in the world.
-"APIT is the injection at an acupuncture point of a small amount of a drug, vitamin, saline, or plant extract and is a recent innovation of traditional acupuncture and aims to enhance and prolong the effects stimulation of acupuncture points." Med Gen Med 2004:6(4);45 PMCID: PMC1480551
-APIT utilizes Traditional Chinese Medicine's meridian system by stimulating acupuncture points with the injection of small amounts of medicinal/botanical substances therefore obtaining a dual effect of acu-point stimulation and pharmacological effect of the substance injected.
*As of 2016, Kinsey is only accepting new Acupuncture patients.
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