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Acupuncture and Oriental MedicineNaomi Takata

M. Ac., Lic. Ac., Dipl. Ac., ABT

Naomi, a native of Japan with deep cultural connections and sensibilities of the East, believes that Chinese medicine is more than just a response to symptoms, more than a simple means for treating patients. It is a holistic approach to living. The theory and traditions of Chinese medicine have informed Naomi's life for years and through them she has synthesized many of her interests and a lifetime of learning.

Prior to enrolling at the New England School of Acupuncture, Naomi has accrued more than ten years of training and experience in Asian bodywork as a practitioner of the Japanese form of Shiatsu. Although classically trained, in the past decade of her practice, her treatments have evolved to form a distinctive style by incorporating skills learned in gymnastics, Thai and Amma massage styles, and reflexology.

Naomi holds a BFA from Parsons School of Design, NYC, and a Masters in Chinese Acupuncture Studies from the New England School of Acupuncture, www.nesa.edu the oldest and most highly regarded institution of Chinese medicine in the United States. She is National Board Certified in Acupuncture by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and  is  currently licensed by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine.

Naomi has experience treating a myriad of medical issues utilizing acupuncture and Shiatsu with an interest in orthopedics, pregnancy and postpartum support. Naomi divides her time between private practice and her post at the Lowell Community Health Center. Working in partnership with the medical staff in the Department of Behavioral Health, she has gained extensive experience in the treatment of behavioral health issues such as anxiety, depression, PTSD and addictions.  

A continually evolving practitioner, Naomi remains inspired by this endlessly fascinating system of healing. She brings to her practice a dynamic balance between the creative process and medical science.