Traditional Acupuncture

How we have always done it at Whole Health - 60-75 minute appointments providing lots of individual time and attention to dig into all your concerns. Treatments might include multiple sets of needles and adjunct modalities like cupping and moxa - Insurance or self-pay accepted. Self-pay new patient appointments are $135 and self-pay existing patient appointments are $95. If insurance is paying... Read More

How we have always done it at Whole Health - 60-75 minute appointments providing lots of individual time and attention to dig into all your concerns. Treatments might include multiple sets of needles and adjunct modalities like cupping and moxa - Insurance or self-pay accepted.
Self-pay new patient appointments are $135 and self-pay existing patient appointments are $95. If insurance is paying for your treatment, you are responsible for any deducible and co-pay.


'Acupuncture for All': Our Community Clinic

This is our unique 'community clinic' designed for clients without insurance coverage who have difficulty paying the regular cash rate. Appointments are available Wed mornings. New patient appointments are $60 and existing patient appointments are $45.

Amie Bernier Flesh has been treating patients holistically in a private practice setting since 2002. She received her B.A. from the University of Southern Maine in Portland, Maine and her Masters degree in Oriental Medicine from the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine in Chicago Illinois. She is nationally accredited and board certified (NCCAOM) Amie practices a more gentle, Daoist form of acupuncture and uses Chinese herbal medicine, whole food supplements, homeopathy, qi cultivation exercises, diet and nutrition, moxibustion, feng shui, and tui na (Chinese massage) to achieve whole body wellness and balance. She is also a reiki teacher/master and certified in placenta encapsulation She enjoys and has had much success treating a wide variety of health concerns, some such as women’s heath, pain, migraines, allergies, digestive disorders, stress and anxiety. Since the birth of her daughter in 2011, she has taken an interest in the study of pediatrics and uses shonishin, lasers, moxibustion, herbal medicine and acupuncture to treat children.

Amie Bernier Flesh has been treating patients holistically in a private practice setting since 20... Read More

In 2017, Victoria Deane completed her Masters degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine at Five Branches University in Santa Cruz, California. She interned as an Acupuncturist at the National Hospital of Integrative Medicine in Hanoi, Vietnam. While there, she worked with various doctors in clinical rotations to treat both acute and chronic pain. Victoria believes in a holistic healthcare model. This method of healthcare means addressing the person as a whole and treating the root cause of illnesses, versus merely diagnosing and treating individual symptoms. Her mission is to educate and empower her patients on how to take control of their health and live a more balanced lifestyle. She lives in Portland, Maine and enjoys biking, hiking and spending time outdoors. She has a passion for travel, food and cooking nutrient-dense, wholesome meals.

In 2017, Victoria Deane completed her Masters degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine at Five Bran... Read More

Graham Haynes MAOM, L.Ac., is a licensed practitioner of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. He grew up in Yarmouth, and developed an early interest in medicine. After living in almost every corner of the country and exploring various areas of medicine, he discovered the profound benefits of acupuncture and herbal medicine. Dedicating himself to the study and practice of this powerful medicine, Graham has returned home to open Whole Health Acupuncture.

Graham received his Master’s Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MAOM) from the New England School of Acupuncture in Watertown, MA. This comprehensive four-year program encompassed Western and Eastern Medical studies. His extensive training is comprised of both Chinese and Japanese styles of acupuncture as well as Chinese Herbal Medicine. After graduation he completed post-graduate studies in how to enhance fertility with acupuncture, and most recently he has pursued advanced training in a very gentle form of non-insertive acupuncture called Toyohari.

Before starting Whole Health Acupuncture in Yarmouth, Graham practiced acupuncture in a number of settings in the Boston area including Shattuck Hospital, the Lynn Senior Center and Dimock Hospital. His clinical expertise includes treating chronic and acute pain, mental/emotional disorders, women’s health issues (PMS, painful periods, menopause) and gastro-intestinal disorders (constipation, IBS, GERD) as well as many other conditions.

Graham blends a variety of modalities into each treatment with a focus on obtaining results. A treatment may include Chinese and/or Japanese acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, TDP heat therapy, Tui Na (Asian body work) and lifestyle and dietary recommendations. He is happy to help with a wide variety of health concerns that affect the whole family. Graham’s style of practice emphasizes a gentle, integrative approach to healing.

Graham Haynes MAOM, L.Ac., is a licensed practitioner of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine.... Read More

Graham Haynes MAOM, L.Ac., is a licensed practitioner of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. He grew up in Yarmouth, and developed an early interest in medicine. After living in almost every corner of the country and exploring various areas of medicine, he discovered the profound benefits of acupuncture and herbal medicine. Dedicating himself to the study and practice of this powerful medicine, Graham has returned home to open Whole Health Acupuncture.

Graham received his Master’s Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MAOM) from the New England School of Acupuncture in Watertown, MA. This comprehensive four-year program encompassed Western and Eastern Medical studies. His extensive training is comprised of both Chinese and Japanese styles of acupuncture as well as Chinese Herbal Medicine. After graduation he completed post-graduate studies in how to enhance fertility with acupuncture, and most recently he has pursued advanced training in a very gentle form of non-insertive acupuncture called Toyohari.

Before starting Whole Health Acupuncture in Yarmouth, Graham practiced acupuncture in a number of settings in the Boston area including Shattuck Hospital, the Lynn Senior Center and Dimock Hospital. His clinical expertise includes treating chronic and acute pain, mental/emotional disorders, women’s health issues (PMS, painful periods, menopause) and gastro-intestinal disorders (constipation, IBS, GERD) as well as many other conditions.

Graham blends a variety of modalities into each treatment with a focus on obtaining results. A treatment may include Chinese and/or Japanese acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, TDP heat therapy, Tui Na (Asian body work) and lifestyle and dietary recommendations. He is happy to help with a wide variety of health concerns that affect the whole family. Graham’s style of practice emphasizes a gentle, integrative approach to healing.

Graham Haynes MAOM, L.Ac., is a licensed practitioner of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine.... Read More

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