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Katarina Ryan

L.Ac. 

Acupuncture Therapeutics 

About Katarina Ryan

Katarina Ryan M.S., L.Ac., DNBAO, is a highly motivated holistic medicine practitioner with a Masters degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Samra University. She is the founder of Acupuncture Therapeutics, Katarina Ryan, L.Ac. She is board certified by the prestigious National Board of Acupuncture Orthopedics (NBAO) and part of a small procent of licensed acupuncturists nationwide who has this specialization. She has a certification in Cosmetic Facial Acupuncture as well.


"I specialize in treating pain, including orthopedic pain and neuropathic pain. I use a variety of modalities including acupuncture, cupping, and Tui-na massage in my sessions. My treatments are highly effective and my patients report good results, not to mention the comfortable and relaxing experience!."

Languages Spoken English, Swedish

School Samra University

Degree M.S. DNBAO

Treatment Techniques

Acupuncture Herbology Moxibustion

Areas of Expertise

Allergies Asthma Cosmetic Acupuncture Fibromyalgia Headaches/Migraines Musculoskeletal Disorders Neurological Disorders Orthopedics Pain Management Sports Medicine Stress/Anxiety

Styles of Acupuncture

Traditional Chinese Acupuncture

Associations

Additional Memberships

  • National Board of Acupuncture Orthopedics (NBAO)

The acupuncture office of Katarina Ryan in Pasadena, CA is within driving distance from the following cities:

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