Whole Health Acupuncture is a traditional east Asian medicine clinic offering Chinese Herbal Medicine, Japanese & Chinese acupuncture, and lifestyle education. We specialize in treating a wide variety of health concerns and the prevention of disease. Combining the ancient art of Chinese medicine with the knowledge of modern medical science, we seek to provide the highest level of safe and effective patient care. We are dedicated to helping you, and your family, achieve optimal health and well-being. Our treatment plans are tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual. We invite you to browse our web site, and get to know us better.
Welcome to Whole Health Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine
What Patients Are Saying
"Graham! THANK YOU. i feel human again. I can not fight the acupuncture - that stuff is good. I have a new banner that you could use for the site '...it's better than clonazepam.'"
D.M. - Portland
Whole Health Acupuncture is now offering a lower cost treatment option on Wednesday mornings.
Amie Bernier Flesh, L.Ac. 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.
Victoria Deane MTCM, L.Ac. 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.
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.
Erin Marenghi manages the administrative work for the office, and on top of that, she is the mom of two awesome teenagers, a freelance book editor, and a yoga/fitness instructor.