Christina Dwyer graduated from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine as Valedictorian with a Masters of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine. She received her Bachelors Degree in Biomedical Science from Marquette University. She is board certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Chinese herbology and acupuncture. Her four-year masters program included over 3,000 hours of study and over 1,000 hours of clinical internship. She has treated a number of health ailments ranging from fertility and pregnancy related complaints, women’s health issues, musculoskeletal disorders, migraines headaches, pain management, digestive issues, weight management, and psychological disorders such as depression and anxiety.
Christina has developed a deep appreciation for the profound effect Chinese Medicine can have on the physical body, as well as the mind and spirit. With a foundation of Chinese Medicine, addressing diet, lifestyle, exercise, and emotional well-being, these key components can achieve optimal health and balance.
Iva is passionate for providing quality patient centered care as an assistant at Eastern Vitality and in other healthcare settings. Her welcoming personality brings a sense of comfort and positivity to the office. She is passionate about helping others through her work and is currently pursuing a degree in nursing at Chamberlain University. Along with maintaining many office responsibilities, she regularly volunteers at local hospitals. In her spare time Iva loves to travel and spend time with family and friends.
Claretha was raised in a family of doctors but deeply resonated with alternative therapies early on which continues to feed a love of all things mind, body, and spirit. With a masters and doctorate in acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine she focuses on holistic health. She believes true healing comes from the inside out and involves all aspects of your being: emotional health, physical well being, mental strength, and spiritual awareness.