The acupuncturists at Good Chi Acupuncture share a passion for improving our patients' health through treatment and education. We are dedicated not only to the practice of Traditional Chinese medicine but to nutrition and fitness as well. As a patient at Good Chi Acupuncture you will leave not only feeling better but with the knowledge needed to maintain your new sense of well being.
Please meet our staff below:
Allyson Nevard has been immersed in the world of Chinese medicine for years, first discovering it when living in Japan from 1995-1997. She started first as a Shiatsu practitioner and in 2004 received her masters in acupuncture and oriental medicine from the New England School of Acupuncture (NESA).
While at NESA, Allyson concentrated in both Chinese and Japanese styles of acupuncture as well as Chinese herbal medicine. The combination of these styles allows for her gentle but aggressive approach to treatment. She has studied with well-known masters of both acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine in addition to her regular schooling.
While Allyson is a general practitioner, her experience as a female athlete at Holy Cross College (1991-1995) contributes to her special interest in orthopedic acupuncture as well as women's health issues. Allyson also has particular expertise in treating back pain.
Good Chi Acupuncture is located on the westbound side of Route 20 near the Sudbury-Marlborough border. It is one mile east of the Wayside Inn, in the same plaza as Bullfinch's restaurant. Good Chi Boston is located on the 2nd floor of the plaza in The Muscle Therapy Center. There is plenty of parking out front.