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Our mission is to raise the long-term health status of our community by providing personalized quality care with compassion, dignity and respect.


Our choice of a five-tiered pagoda as our logo holds a great deal of symbolism. Pagodas are built symmetrically around a center point. We see our patients as this center point and realize that their health is the basis of our strength. Each tier of our pagoda represents one of our five therapies (Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Clinical Nutrition, Massage and Qi Gong) and highlights the synergism of the whole. The 5 tiers also represent the five elements (Earth, Metal, Water, Wood and Fire). The five elements are an important piece of Traditional Chinese philosophy. Our pagoda is a symbol of the strength and beauty that results from balance.

"Live with intention. Walk to the edge. Listen Hard. Practice Wellness. Play with abandon. Laugh. Choose with no regret. Appreciate your friends. Continue to learn. Do what you love. Live as if this is all there is."  - Mary Anne Radmacher

The Best of Both Worlds


We believe the future of healthcare will come from more integration of natural medicine and western medicine. We believe using the best of both worlds provides an incredible opportunity to expand perspective and options for patients.

The goal of all patients is to reach a greater state of health in the shortest possible time. The goal of all healthcare providers is to grant this wish. When the unique skills and perspectives of a variety of healthcare providers are utilized, it ensures the goals of both patients and practitioners will be met in the most efficient way possible. The benefits of this integrative healthcare model include:

Improved patient satisfaction
Improved treatment outcomes, especially with chronic disease
Decreased healthcare costs
Prevention of disease

At Points of Health, we are devoted to integrating the use of acupuncture and natural medical therapies with western medical care.

"Build bridges instead of walls ”