50 minutes | May 30, 2022

Acupuncture and Women's Health issues with Emily Kuentz of Trinity Oak Acupuncture and Holistic Wellness

Interview with owner and founder of Trinity Oak Acupuncture and Holistic Wellness, Emily Kuentz. We speak about her background in Acupuncture, Chinese medicine, and the specifics of he practice. She specializes in Women's Health and Wellness as well as infertility.

Show Notes:

  • 0:00 Intro

  • 2:00 Emily introduces herself, her extensive training, and what she does as an acupuncturist and practitioner of Chinese Medicine

  • 8:07 What is acupuncture? What effects can it have on the body? What is Chinese medicine and how does it differ from western medicine?

  • 10:40 Bulk of Emily’s practice s infertility. How acupuncture can help infertility.

  • 11:15 Difference in Acupuncture and western medicine.

  • 14:24 Further explanation on why pulses are checked in acupuncture

  • 17:40 Emily explains that her business is a faith-based business and how that works its way into her practice.

  • 18:10 The importance of “intuition” in clinical practice.

  • 19:22 More specifics about Emily’s practice and focus on women’s health issues: PCOS, coming off of birth control, infertility/natural conception.

  • 26:00 More on the fertility side of Emily’s practice.

  • 29:18 Emily shares a specific case example with infertility in which there were 6 failed IVF transfers

  • 31:21 Other approaches that Emily uses in her practice: acupuncture, functional medicine, Chinese medicine, herbal treatments, homeopathy

  • 35:20 Clarification on methylated vitamins, epigenetic and gene SNPs

  • 39:56 Emily’s mission with her practice is a ministry to women. She explains more.

  • 46:37 Emily’s final thoughts on seeking out an acupuncturist

  • 48:59: Emily’s one thing to leave the audience with


Website: https://www.trinityoakwellness.com

Dirty Genes Book: https://www.seekinghealth.com/products/dirty-genes-by-dr-ben-lynch

NCCAOM : https://www.nccaom.org

Instagram: @trinityoakacupuncture

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