Receive your acupuncture in a large, quiet room with several other people.
Imagine a large, quiet room with several people reclining in chairs and receiving acupuncture. That's community acupuncture. You don't need to undress because most of the needles go in your arms, legs, head and ears. As part of a treatment, we might prescribe Chinese herbs, but we prefer to offer you affordable acupuncture so that you can receive as many treatments as you need to feel better.
Online Booking: fspacommunityacupuncture.com
Monday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday and Thursday: 10:00am - 4:00pm
Wednesday and Friday: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Services offered on a sliding scale. Please ask for more details.
Jade Fang, L.Ac.
Jade is a 2nd generation acupuncturist who also practices at another POCA clinic - Jade Acupuncture in Winona, MN. She has been licensed since 2007, has her Masters Degree in Oriental Medicine, and is certified in Acupuncture, Chinese Herbology, and Oriental Medicine with NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine). She is a student of Dr. Ding-Yi-E , 4th generation Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner in Shanghai, China. She studied in China with specialities in infertility, internal medicine, menopause, endocrine disorders and is a member of the AAOM, FSOMA, and POCA. She loves to travel, watch movies, and foster kittens.
Fusheng Frank Lan, L.Ac.
Fusheng "Frank" Lan initially studied and practiced acupuncture in Yunnan and Beijing, China. He continued his studies and practice of medicine, acupuncture and research in both Europe and the U.S. He moved to Western Wisconsin from Chicago and has been practicing in our area since 2008.
Michael Kalebich, L.Ac.
Michael Kalebich graduated from the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine in Chicago, Illinois in 2015. He began practicing in Lawrence, Kansas shortly after graduating and is now happy to call La Crosse his home. Michael encountered acupuncture and Chinese Medicine as a patient well before becoming a student, having been diagnosed with Crohn's disease as a teenager. Understanding how difficult it can be to manage a chronic illness, he immediately appreciated how safe and effective acupuncture can be to help improve the quality of life of many different kinds of patients. When not thinking about healthcare, he practices qigong and "moving meditation" in the form of classical fencing.
Sr. Eileen McKenzie
Sr. Eileen McKenzie is a Franciscan Sister of Perpetual Adoration, a registered nurse, and nationally certified in Acupuncture and Chinese herbology. Her background includes cross-cultural nursing, outcomes research in complementary and alternative medicine, and community acupuncture. She likes spending time in nature, reading, watching movies and working with social justice folk.