Patrick Yoerger LAc, LMT, NAMFTPT
Patrick Yoerger received his Master of Acupuncture degree from the prestigious Northwestern Health Sciences University’s Minneapolis campus in 2014. Prior to his graduate studies Patrick received an Anthropology degree from the University of Iowa with studies focused in both physical and cultural anthropology.
In 2004 Patrick became a licensed massage therapist in Iowa City and began studying myofascial trigger point therapy through continuing education courses using Janet Travell’s Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction textbook . Patrick is currently an allied professional member of the National Association of Myofascial Trigger Point Therapists (NAMTPT). Patrick’s unique hands-on acupuncture and bodywork treatments focus on the painless elimination of myofascial triggerpoints or ashi points as they have been known to acupuncturists for millennia.
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Every year millions of people suffer from conditions, diseases, and symptoms considered to be effectively treated with acupuncture, gua sha and myofascial trigger point therapy by the World Health Organization. A few of these that we successfully treat at our clinic are headaches, migraines, facial and temporomandibular pain (TMD), neck and shoulder pain, wrist pain and carpal tunnel syndrome, bursitis, plantar fasciitis, foot and ankle pain, lower back pain, knee pain, hip pain, post-operative pain, sciatica, sprains, depression, anxiety, allergies, and nausea. If you or someone you know suffers from any of these conditions, we can help, call us today 319.337.3313.
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Acupuncture is the cornerstone of any wellness or holistic health program. Integrate acupuncture into your wellness program today and you will be on your way to living a life that is active and free from pain.