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Ian Delaney LAc MAOM

Ian Delaney, LAc, MAOM

Acupuncture Practitioner

Ian Delaney, LAc, MAOM, is a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist and bodyworker who uses East Asian Medicine to treat the body, mind and spirit drawing on a wide variety of acupuncture styles, making a custom treatment for each patient:

  • Orthopedic Acupuncture (especially great for back, neck and neural pain)
  • Japanese-style acupuncture (a gentle yet profound method of treatment)
  • Shakuju Therapy (a non-insertive needle technique)
  • Chinese acupuncture

Ian also utilizes other Eastern Medical tools to modify treatment outcomes, including:

  • Tui Na Massage
  • Thai Bodywork
  • Classical Chinese Herbal Medicine
  • Cupping Therapy
  • Gua Sha (scraping technique)
  • Moxibustion (Warming technique)

Ian Delaney earned his Master’s degree in Oriental Medicine from the New England School of Acupuncture in Newton, MA. His schooling – over 3,050 hours of theory and clinical education – integrates the best of Western and Eastern Medicine. He is licensed to practice acupuncture herbal medicine and bodywork in Oregon State.

Ian’s passion for Chinese Medicine started at an early age. From age 13 he assisted an acupuncturist, observing firsthand the efficacy this medicine had on patients. After completing his undergraduate at UC Berkeley in Germanic Languages and Cultures, Ian decided to dive more deeply into holistic forms of medicine. Along the way he has had the good fortune of exploring various world healing traditions, including Indian, Japanese, Chinese, and Haitian forms of healing.

In addition to practicing eastern medicine, Ian teaches and gives Jyotish consultations (Vedic Astrology of India), a life-changing ancient method of mapping one’s personal direction in life. Also he enjoys traveling, reading, learning languages, cooking and spending time with his family and friends.

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