About Robert Moffett
Robert is a Licensed Acupuncturist in the state of North Carolina and a Licensed Doctor of Acupuncture in Rhode Island. He is a national board certified Diplomat in Acupuncture with the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and a professional member and Past President of the North Carolina Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
Robert diagnoses and treats from within the time tested framework of Chinese and Oriental medicine using an eclectic mix of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Japanese style acupuncture and pulse diagnosis as well as incorporating 5-element acupuncture and many other esoteric traditions of Classical Chinese medicine, accompained by his own intuition into each treatment. Robert customizes each treatment to his patients needs, and can easily shift paradigms to design an acupuncture treatment that is as effective and as painless as possible.
His vision is to use his skills as an acupuncturist, herbalist and healer to awaken the healing potential that lies dormant within each of us. He envisions people living a life with humor, love, wisdom and grace as we face the challenges of life. Modern medicine is both powerful and useful, but it is failing us in the ways in which Chinese medicine is strongest. True healing is ultimately an inner journey of self discovery and awakening. He believes Chinese medicine can provide a beautiful path through that inner journey of healing and he invites you to walk with him.
Acupuncture Associates Wilmington NC is located in the heart of Masonboro.
Languages Spoken English
School Southwest Acupuncture College
Degree Master Science Oriential Medicine
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