Traditional Chinese Medicine

with Jes Dwyer of Acu Chatt

Join us every Sunday 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Community Acupuncture

Community acupuncture is a type of practice that allows you to heal with your peers.

  • You receive treatment in the same room with other participants
  • Along with the needles, the collective energy of the group will help you relax 
  • Usually distal points are needled (below the elbow, below the knee, and on the scalp)  
  • The price for session is $35.

Fire Cupping

Fire cupping is a form of Traditional Chinese Medicine that is either used in conjunction with acupuncture or individually as its own form of treatment.  With fire cupping:

  • A cotton ball is held with forceps and saturated with 90% alcohol 
  • The cotton ball is ignited and held under the glass cup
  • The cup is immediately placed on the skin creating a vacuum that creates negative pressure, which draws the skin slightly up into the cup. 
  • This modality increases circulation, breaks up scar tissue, adhesions, and stops pain.
  • It can also help with digestion and congestion in the lungs.  
  • Fire cupping can be utilized on most parts of the body, and is relatively painless.
  • Small purple/red circles may appear on the skin and last for several days.  
  • The price for each treatment is $15

About Jes Dwyer, DOM, LAc

Jes Dwyer, DOM, LAc, earned her Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine at East West College of Natural Medicine. She also completed an internship in China under Dr. Ling Guan, and trained with Dr. Shan Liang in Florida. She is nationally board certified with NCCAOM and a Licensed Acupuncturist (LAc) in the state of Tennessee.


Her studies included an emphasis on the integration of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Modern Medical Practices. During this time, she successfully completed several internships under the direction of practitioners who are experts in their specialties.

  • Encompass Health Physical Rehab Hospital with Dr. Bruce Benner Under the direction of Dr. Bruce Benner, Jes Dwyer worked with patients to integrate acupuncture with inpatient care to speed recovery for conditions including Brain Injuries, Parkinson’s, Post-stroke Symptoms, Burns, Bell’s Palsy, Joint Replacement Recovery, and other Injuries.
  • Ideal Balance with Dr. Brian Lau, AP, DOM, C. SMA As one of the primary instructors with the Sports Medicine Acupuncture Program, Dr. Lau’s clinic specializes in sports medicine injuries, orthopedic disorders, and chronic pain. Jes Dwyer gained valuable insight into the evaluation and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries.
  • Acupuncture & Herbal Therapies with Dr. Bob Linde Under the direction of Dr. Linde, Jes Dwyer worked with patients to create customized formulas for a wide range of conditions and symptoms. The incorporation of herbal therapies (both TCM Herbs and Western Herbalism) proved to have a dramatic impact on the speed & level of recovery.

Jes Dwyer is currently pursuing her Doctorate through Pacific College of Oriental Medicine.

If you have not yet received treatment from Jes Dwyer, please give yourself enough time for both treatment and to complete the New Patient paperwork. Additional tips:

  • Make Sure to Eat Before Hand
  • Wear Loose/Comfortable Clothing
  • Plan to Take It Easy After your Treatment