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Dr. Brian Grosam

Graduated with a PhD. in Acupuncture from the Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine where he studied under Dr. Wu Fudong (retired), who was the Chief of Acupuncture Studies and a leading neurological acupuncture expert in China. His clinical professor, Dr. Qizhi Shan (retired), was the Chief Doctor of the acupuncture department of the SDUTCM Teaching Hospital and a noted top auricular acupuncture expert in China. Dr. Grosam completed his extensive studies in acupuncture, gynecology, neurology and tuina.

Dr. Brian Grosam organized and completed his doctoral clinical research on “The Effects of Acupuncture in the Treatment of Perimenopausal Symptoms” in 2008. His clinical results showed a dramatic reduction in the overall symptoms that accompany the perimenopausal stage in women’s lives. Dr. Grosam is a leading expert in the treatment of perimenopause with acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine.

Dr. Brian Grosam is a licensed acupuncturist in the state of Minnesota and a Diplomate of Chinese Medicine from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). Dr. Grosam holds a Master’s Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from AAAOM where he is now the Clinic Director and a professor of acupuncture studies.

Pam Grosam 

Received her education at the Minnesota Center for Shiatsu Study in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  In 1997, she completed the Shiatsu program and then returned two years later for an extensive study in Tuina, Chinese medical massage.  In 1999, Pam opened “The Shiatsu Clinic” in Anoka where she practiced for six years.  “I developed my practice and became very effective in treating many conditions like headaches, sciatica, neck, shoulder, and low back pain.”  In 2006, she closed her clinic and moved with her family to China. While living in China she taught English to Chinese children and home schooled her two sons. She observed Tuina at the university hospital on a regular basis and received treatments so she could learn the Chinese way of practicing Tuina.  Through her observations, Pam learned many new ways to approach client’s conditions and direct her own body energy more effectively to achieve a better outcome.  Pam has also studied many adjunct therapies of Traditional Chinese Medicine, such as: qigong, dietary therapy, moxibustion, and cupping.  Her mission at Sun Acupuncture is to provide outstanding bodywork therapy based on Traditional Chinese Medicine.  She does this with compassion, skill, and understanding toward every individual patient’s needs.

Jeri Allison Kenney

Graduated from the Tao Healing Arts Center in Santa Monica, CA. where I studied Shiatsu and Traditional Chinese Medicine. I have been working as a Shiatsu Practitioner since 1988. Over the years, I have worked with several doctors, chiropractors and acupuncturists using shiatsu and other forms of therapy. I also learned about and used many alternative health care treatments (including homeopathic remedies, colloidal silver, and essential oils) I still use essential oils during some my Shiatsu treatments with great results.

 

Samantha Collins

Samantha has always been a seeker, an avid learner – with her background stemming from a degree in Neuroscience from the University of Connecticut’s Honors Program. She first discovered CST upon graduation from UConn in 2014, to help with issues she herself was having, with no lasting results from other means of therapy. Once experiencing first hand that CST is heavily based on science and pure intention, and that there are many new implications being discovered for it involving the health of the brain, she knew she had to learn it. She has since earned her license of massage therapy, and has taken over 140 hours of continuing education in CST since 2015, and will never stop learning! CST is her passion, and she is honored to be a conduit for this amazing work.