Pamela graduated from the National College of Natural Medicine in 2012 with her Masters of science in oriental medicine. She has an extensive background in working with seniors in both convalescence and hospice situations and has been certified as a nursing assistant and a medical assistant. At NCNM she was inspired by the holistic approach of healing that is the core of Chinese medicine. In addition to acupuncture Pamela has a very hands on approach to healing and has spent time learning the use of Trigger point therapy, Moxibustion, Cupping, and Shiatsu to be used in combination for the relief of pain and the return of a healthy body. She has treated conditions ranging from concussion, gynecological, headaches, frozen shoulder, digestive problems, insomnia, sinus conditions, to the common cold. The exploration and relief of chronic pain syndromes are of particular interest and her thesis focused on osteoarthritis of the knee. When not practicing Chinese medicine Pamela is inspired by hiking, photography, brewing tea, and reading fantasy and mysteries.