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It is a rare privilege to work with clients, to be a catalyst for healing, and to see people heal and grow.  Because my training in Chinese Medicine and Herbalism emphasizes the unique qualities of each individual patient my practice is continually refreshed with new insights and surprises.  I am finding that our bodies (and, on a larger scale, our whole ecosystem) has a remarkable capacity for self-healing.  The treatments I use start my clients on a path to self-healing and work to gently remove the obstructions that hinder their progress.  To my teachers and to my clients (who continue to teach me every day) I want to say: “thank you for this opportunity to practice this subtle, amazing medicine.”

David Milbradt is a state licensed, nationally certified (NCCAOM) acupuncturist who began practicing at Abundance Acupuncture in 1999. His training includes a three year course of study at the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine, one of the oldest acupuncture schools in America. David has also taken post graduate classes in acupuncture and oriental medicine at the Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Tianjin, China.

David's article on recently discovered anatomical structures that have confirmed ancient acupuncture theories has been published in a nationally distributed acupuncture journal.  (Click this link to read his article)  He has been the subject of numerous books, newspaper articles, and television programs.  He has years of experience from teaching classes on Oriental Medical Theory at the East-West Healing Arts Institute and continues to lecture to many groups including the Madison Public Health Department and the University of Wisconsin Medical School.

David is an active member of the Wisconsin Society of Certified Acupuncturists.

Shari Friedrichs — Acupuncturist

Shari Friedrichs is a state licensed acupuncturist. She joined Abundance Acupuncture in 2005, working with patients as a case manager, conducting initial consultations and providing patient education.  She graduated from the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine  with a combined Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Master of Science in Oriental Medicine. Her training includes an internship at Guangzhou University of Traditional Medicine, one of the four oldest colleges of its kind in China. She is a NCCAOM certified Diplomat of Oriental Medicine and has received specialized training in pediatrics and Chinese herbology.

Kathy Humiston Receptionist

Kathy has 20 years of experience in customer service.  She greets everyone, answers the telephone, and handles scheduling.  Please let her know if she can help you in any way.

 

Our abilities as acupuncturists and herbalists are founded on the great teachers from whom we have learned Chinese Medicine

David and Dr. Richard Tan in Tianjin, China

When David graduated from Acupuncture school in 1999 a friend  who had been practicing  acupuncture for 12 years, took him aside and introduced David to a style of acupuncture called the Balance Method. This style of treatment is able to instantly reduce or eliminate pain with reliable and predictable results. David has traveled and taken numerous classes with Dr. Richard Tan, the Chinese acupuncturist who brought this style of acupuncture to America. Thank you Dr. Tan.  Your work lives on and our patients benefit from your teachings every day we practice. 

Susan Johnson

 Shari and David were both able to study a style of acupuncture introduced to the world by Master Tung Ching-Chang. We learned Master Tung's style of practice in a series of classes with Susan Johnson in Madison, WI.  Master Tung's style is closely related to Dr. Tan's and can be applied to functional issues like allergies, fertility, menopause, and digestive problems. Susan Johnson continues to teach at: http://tungspoints.com/

Sharon Weizenbaum

Shari and David have continued to study Chinese Herbal Medicine with Sharon Weizenbaum since 2009. Sharon's ability to clarify the complexities of Chinese Herbal Theory has given us the insights we need to successfully diagnose and formulate custom herbal compounds for our clients.  Sharon teaches the Graduate Mentorship Program and practices Chinese Medicine in her clinic at 86 Henry St, Amherst, MA 01002  http://whitepinehealingarts.org/

Professor Ming Qing Zhu

Professor Zhu teaches scalp acupuncture techniques which we use in our clinic every day.  His techniques are especially useful in treating post stroke recovery patients, Multiple Sclerosis, and Parkinson's disease.  He can be contacted at: http://www.scalpacupuncture.org/

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