About Us

We offer the highest quality care in a professional, values-based environment, using Acupuncture to the fullest potential to benefit our patients. We are known for our personal, individualized care, with every treatment being a positive and fulfilling experience for our patients. Our patients feel valued in this process, and benefit by feeling more energetic, balanced, and aging optimally with increased vitality.

We are instrumental in the integration of the benefits of Acupuncture in the community setting, and are known throughout the state for developing a model offering healthy alternative care to athletes, businesses and employees, and cancer patients. Our involvement in cancer research and studies contribute to evidence-based practices at the national level.

We personally maintain a healthy balance in our lives, and support one another in this process. We are models of self-care and health for our patients.

Meet Our Practitioners

Trisha Brunner

“Trisha is licensed by the Oregon Medical Board and is a Nationally Certified Diplomat of Acupuncture. She completed her 4-year graduate training at Five Branches University in Santa Cruz, CA, 2005. There she studied Traditional Chinese Medicine with an emphasis on Five Element Theory and Medical Qigong.”

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Dr. Patrick Fitzsimons

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“Dr. Patrick Fitzsimons has provided acupuncture in a variety of settings, including private practice, integrative clinics, and as a volunteer for veterans. In addition to providing patient care, he has taught and lectured extensively to acupuncture students, medical residents, and the public about Chinese Medicine, health, and wellness. Patrick also has a working manuscript on energetic physiology.”

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Marjon Faivre

“Before I became an acupuncturist, I was a patient of acupuncture amazed with the results acupuncture brought me after years of the wear and tear on my body from competitive sports. With an orthopedic surgeon for a father and a nurse for a mother, I’d always had an interest in the healing arts. You could say I grew up in medicine, and when I began to think about a lifelong career, that background coupled with my own experience with acupuncture, drew me toward Traditional Chinese Medicine.”

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Sarah Ogrizovich

“My first experience with acupuncture took place in 1993 when I injured my knee. I was in a great deal of pain and unable to put weight on my knee. The injury, however, was not severe enough for surgery. A friend suggested acupuncture and after several treatments, I completely recovered. The quick recovery left a lasting impression on me and I began turning to acupuncture for other ailments that arose in my life.”

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