Chi Harmony Acupuncture
Stephanie Smith needn't be in her office to do her job: she has helped clients conquer severe headaches simply by talking on the phone. The licensed acupuncturist and herbalist is so adept at the Eastern medicine practice of qi gong—movements and mental practices that seek out disruptions to the body's energy—that she can use it to counsel patients during long-distance appointments.
When she is at the office, she positions hair-thin acupuncture needles along physiques to address conditions such as muscle pain, migraines, and stress. Supplemental cupping and Chinese massage therapy might augment these treatments, depending on the client's needs. She also administers facial acupuncture to tighten wrinkles and fade skin damage, allowing clients to forgo injecting their faces with Botox or wearing oversize sombreros.