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“While I was immersing myself in study and forging my second career in Oriental medicine, I had also been on another multi-year journey – the quest to have a child. After many failed attempts at assisted reproductive technologies, many of which were less than dignifying, it was as if my choice to go to acupuncture school was the universe’s way of granting my wish. In the first month of my clinical internship, my son was conceived naturally. I largely credit Chinese medicine - acupuncture, herbs and moxibustion - for this amazing blessing at the age of 42. If I needed any re-affirmation of my choice to become a practitioner of this system of medicine, becoming pregnant naturally with its help was it.” – Angie Kociolek Acupuncture Practice Philosophy Rootstock Acupuncture promotes each individual’s own potential to cultivate new growth and abundance. New growth could mean physical healing, emotional balance, or clarity of thought. Abundance can be robust energy, fertility, gratitude from being pain-free – or something completely different. Rootstock Acupuncture is a strong community supporter. Please contact Angie if you would like to discuss a partnership! Angela Kociolek's Credentials & Additional Training Angela is a Licensed Acupuncturist in the state of Montana. She has a masters degree in acupuncture and a certificate in Chinese herbal medicine. Montana Board of Medical Examiners - Licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac.) #34065 National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine - Diplomate of Acupuncture Academy for Five Element Acupuncture - Master Degree in Acupuncture & Certificate in Chinese Herbal Studies Montana State University - Master of Science in Biological Sciences & Certificate in Interdisciplinary Studies Additional training: Integrative Fertility Symposium (2019) with Jill Blakeway, DACM, LAc; Dr. Claudia Citkovitz, PhD, LAc; Dr. Eileen Yue-Ling Han, PhD, LAc; Karine Kedar, Dipl. Ac and CH; Zena Kochar, LAc; Dr. Randine Lewis, PhD, LAc; Dr. David Miller, MD, LAc; Rachel Schwartzman, ND; Sharon Weizenbaum, Dipl. Ac and CH Acupuncture in Neurological Rehabilitation with Dr. Claudia Citkovitz (audited) Mei Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture for the face and neck with Dr. Martha Lucas, PhD, LAc Neuropuncture with Dr. Michael Corradino, MSTOM, DAOM, L.Ac Treatment of Infertility with Chinese Medicine (online study) with Jane Lyttleton, Cert Acup (China) Five Element Intensive Workshop with Dan Sachs, LAc Hope: Frankly speaking about cancer clinical trials with Dr. Kenneth May CPR certification at Bozeman Health Ethical insurance billing with American Acupuncture Council Treatment of common sports injuries with Whitfield Reaves, OMD, LAc Recognition and prevention of herb-drug interactions with Dr. John Chen, Pharm D, PhD, LAc Qigong with Dr. Ron Davis Professional Affiliations Montana Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine - Member and Public Education/Outreach Chair Bozeman Business & Professional Women - Member Prospera - Member Community Affiliations Big Sky Wind Drinkers - Partner in offering incentives to members Cancer Support Community Montana - Independent Contractor Instructor of Introduction to Complementary Medicine & Introduction to Acupuncture Eagle Mount Bozeman - Partner in Acupuncture for Caregivers Program Full Circle Doula Care Resolve: The National Infertility Association - Bozeman Support Group Leader Roots Family Collaborative - Moms Like Me Event Planning Committee member (2018, 2019) Bozeman Area Special Education Parent Teacher Association, Bridgercare, Children's Museum of Bozeman, Emerson Center for Arts & Culture, Gallatin Valley Farm to School, Prospera Women's Business Center, Sweet Pea Run, Thrive - Donor
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Holcomb holds her doctorate from National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM) and is licensed as a Naturopathic Physician in Montana. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Middlebury College with a B.A. in environmental policy; attended the University of Montana for her pre-medical education; and studied botanical medicine at the California School of Herbal Studies. She also completed extra training in Homeopathy, Biotherapeutic Drainage, Cranial Sacral Therapy, Holistic Pelvic Care™, and Reiki. Outside of work she is a mother of two spirited girls who teach her profound lessons daily. Katie has masters degree from the Academy of 5-Element Acupuncture in acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine and has practiced massage since 2006. She has studied several modalities of healing including Somatic Experiencing, Structural Integration, movement education, and is trained as a Doula. If she's not at work you'll likely find her outside exploring the mountains, in the garden, kitchen or practicing yoga.