Morning Quail Acupuncture
About Izumi Schutz
You are likely here because you want to take charge of your health and live a life free from pain. Maybe you want to have more balance in your life. You’re likely here because you want to get to the root cause of your health problems. You want lasting solutions, not just a temporary fix. We have helped many people just like you. At Morning Quail Acupuncture, we care deeply about your continued healing and growth. We can help you on all levels– physical, emotional,and mental– in a way that goes beyond just relieving your symptoms.
Our mission is simple: To help you achieve optimal health. We accept insurance! Call our office and we will find out if your policy covers acupuncture.
Izumi “Zoe” Schutz, L.Ac., has a passion for helping people like you live a spiritually connected, emotionally balanced, and physically thriving life. Since 2003, She has helped hundreds of patients with a variety of chronic health issues, ranging from depression and anxiety to digestive disorders to PMS to chronic pain.
She was born in Japan. Zoe has always had a fascination with energy(Ki)healing, and Eastern cultures. She practiced Kendo (modern Japanese martial art of sword-fighting based on traditional Japanese swordsmanship, or kenjutsu), Sado (Japanese tea ceremony) and Ikebana (Japanese art of flower arrangement) in her teens and 20’s.
She received a Master’s degree in Oriental Medicine from Academy of Oriental medicine in 2003. From 2003 to 2009 she served as solo apprentice to Dr. Robert Marion, who was a pioneer of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in the United States.
She practices both Japanese and Chinese Acupuncture, as well as being certified in Facial Rejuvenation Treatment.
Languages Spoken English, Japanese
School Academy of Oriental Medicine
Degree Master of Oriental Medicine
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Styles of Acupuncture
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Q: I have had recurring hip pain for the last six years. At times the pain is so bad that I cannot walk, yet it hurts to sit too. Can you help?
A: Hip pain may result from trauma or overuse. Most commonly the problem is osteoarthritis. However, it could be muscle strain, inflammation of... Read More