About Dr. Rachel Strass
The focus of Rachel’s practice is to see each person as a whole and work together to find their way to good health. We look at each person’s history and carefully design a plan that is unique to their needs. Whether a person has numerous physical issues and a great deal of pain, or they are relatively healthy and wish to handle stress and live in better balance with their world, she is here to help. Many need relief from headaches and lower back pain. Others seek support for recovery from cancer and side-effects of chemotherapy. Women may need support with periods or menopause. As well as using acupuncture and herbs, Rachel works with lifestyle and nutrition to avoid chronic pain and injury. She shares wisdom on the
practical aspects of living well, including rest, movement, and nutrition.
Most people don’t want to take a drug to get better if they can do it another way. Western drugs mask symptoms and hide the progress of disease, not to mention causing side-effects. Wouldn’t it be better to solve these problems naturally? Let’s take care of that nagging knee pain or find the cause of those allergies and clear them up. Haven’t you wondered if there was a better way to deal with stress and anxiety than taking prescriptions that dull your feelings?
At Spirit Point Healing, we offer real solutions to all kinds of concerns in a more natural way. We can help you get out of stress, trauma, poor sleep, and pain and into being physically and emotionally healthier more naturally and without side-effects.
Languages Spoken English, Russian, Spanish
School Maryland University of Integrative Health
Degree DOM, MAc, M.OM
Areas of Expertise
Styles of Acupuncture
- Maryland Acupuncture Society
- National Acupuncture Detoxification Association
- Zero Balancing Health Association
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Q: I always crave sweets and chocolate while my husband will always choose salty foods like potato chips over candy. Why do we crave certain flavors and what does it mean from a Chinese medicine point-of-view?
A: Acufinder Poll Results, Spring 2006What flavor do you crave, most often?Sweet (941 votes) - 60.59%Salty (405 votes) - 26.08%Sour (56 votes) ... Read More