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How the clinic works, and all you need for your first visit.
Frequently asked questions, and our answers to them.
Who we are and why we do what we do.
We want to help everyone understand acupuncture better.
We also offer herbal remedies for all kinds of things.
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Resources for patients and organizations we support.

 

South Austin Community Acupuncture is open 7 days a week

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About the clinic

South Austin Community Acupuncture grew out of a desire to create a neighborhood clinic that represents a natural expression of ourselves into the community we live in.

 

Wally Doggett L.Ac. and Kelly Jennings L.Ac., CPA

Wally and Kelly Doggett

Wally and Kelly opened South Austin Community Acupuncture together in 2006.

Both are graduates of the Academy of Oriental Medicine at Austin and licensed by the State Medical Board to practice acupuncture in Texas.

While a student at AOMA, Wally apprenticed with acupuncturists Allen Cline and James Phillips, as well as senior herbalist Dr. Wu Peirong at Turtle Dragon Health Services. More recently, Wally completed an intensive dimploma course in Chinese medicine dermatology with Mazin Al-Khafaji. Kelly is also a CPA and now helps keep things running smoothly at the clinic from behind the scenes.

Wally also serves dutifully as the president of the Texas Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

Sara Calland

Sara Calland, L.Ac. - Se habla espanol.

The experience of receiving acupuncture at a community acupuncture clinic in Olympia, Washington is what ultimately led Sara to become a Licensed Acupuncturist.

As fate would have it, Sara moved to Austin to pursue studies at AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine and found South Austin Community Acupuncture along the way.  

Sara also holds an undergraduate degree in Political Economy and Community Psychology from Evergreen State College, with an emphasis in social work and alternatives to capitalism. Additionally, Sara is fluent in Spanish, having spent her early childhood years in Mexico City.

Sara is a graduate of AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine and licensed in acupuncture by the Texas Medical Board.

Kimmi

Kimmi McMinn, L.Ac., MPH

Kimmi has been in practice since 2011. In addition to being top of her class at Texas College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, she has a Master of Public Health degree in Infectious Disease from Tulane University and a BS in Biomedical Science from Texas A&M University.

Kimmi also has an extensive background in public health and humanitarian work at home and abroad.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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