MSOM, Lac - 1222
Languages Spoken: English, Spanish
Sage believes passionately in the effectiveness of Chinese Medicine as she has seen it change the lives of so many of her patients. She has extensive clinical experience and offers compassionate care that is tailored specifically to the needs of her patients. She specializes in Acupuncture, Cupping Massage, and Reiki Healing.
Sage received a masters degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture from the World Medicine institute, here on Oahu. She also had the unique experience of a three year internship studying directly under one of the great Masters of Acupuncture Dr. Yi Hsiang Chang. Sage uses her Acupuncture treatment skill and experience to treat all types of Pain Conditions, Arthritis, Sciatica, Weight Loss, Neurological Conditions, Digestive issues, emotional wellbeing, and much more.
What drew you to Chinese Medicine?
I primarily I was drawn to Chinese Medicine because it helped me so much with my own health. Improved health made such a difference in my quality of life, and I realized there could be nothing better than helping others feel better as well.
What type do you specialize in?
I specialize in Acupuncture, Cupping and Reiki. With these modalities I can treat all kinds of pain conditions, digestive issues, stress, anxiety, insomnia, fertility, women health, and many other concerns.
Why would you choose this type of therapy?
I choose these holistic modalities because they are very effective and truly treat the mind and body as one.
How do your talents benefit your patients?
My talents benefit each client by giving them physical relief from pain, improved health and longevity, and balancing emotional wellbeing.
What is your favorite health tip you give your patients?
My advice is different for each patient as each patient is unique. My treatments may include nutritional counseling, specific stretches, meditations, or lifestyle recommendations specific to my patients concerns.
What is your favorite hobby outside of work?
My hobbies are singing, yoga, gigong, making art, hula hooping, and doing anything in nature.
What would you tell a patient that is nervous about getting their first treatment?
Firstly it is very important to know that acupuncture needles are very tiny and do not hurt! Treatments work through balancing the central nervous system and are very very relaxing My advice is to breath, let go, and enjoy!