Elizabeth Eberius, MAcOM, LAc.
Owner of Practice and Acupuncturist
For as long as I can remember, I have been fascinated by the human body's innate ability to adapt, learn, and heal. The body responds to the physical, emotional, and mental stress we place on it. Trained athletes recognize this; osteoarthritic joints show this. Pain is just like stress. It's not what it is, but what you do about it.
I received a Masters of Oriental Medicine degree from Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in Portland, Oregon. I am NCCAOM Board certified, meaning I have completed four national exams related to Western and Eastern medicine.
As an intern in Portland, I worked at Outside In and Central City Concern, both associated with homelessness, poverty, and addiction. I am certified through the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA) as an Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist.
While in graduate school, I published a patient case report in the Journal of Alternative, Complementary, and Integrative Medicine narrating the progress of acupuncture and paralysis, specifically using scalp electroacupuncture.
Upon graduation, I volunteered for 4 months as a primary care provider in rural Nepal through the Acupuncture Relief Project, treating and monitoring everything from chronic pain to infectious diseases.
I have now returned to my home state of Wisconsin to form OAMA.
As an athlete and health enthusiast, I specialize in orthopedics, treating neurological and musculoskeletal conditions, and helping others maintain their bodies for overall wellness.