Acupuncture + Chinese Medicine

Are you curious about Acupuncture? It is rare to find a dual degree practitioner who has both a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine, and a Masters of Science Degree in Oriental Medicine.

Dr. Meaghan Dishman and Dr. Wendy Weintrob are both Functional Medicine Naturopathic Doctors, and Licensed Acupuncturists who specialize in offering Bend, OR the most comprehensive healthcare visits in town.  

Schedule an appointment at INSPIRED HEALTH

By connecting Functional Medicine with Ancestral principles, our practitioners are able to utilize evidence-based modern science, specialized lab testing, alongside nutrition, herbal and holistic lifestyle approaches to address the root cause of disease. This 360° analysis of your health guides the creation of a customized regimen specifically tailored for you – continually moving you along your path towards Inspired health. 

Specializing in:
  • Autoimmune disease
  • Gut Health (GI Disorders)
  • Fertility / Infertility
  • Hormone Health (Endocrinology)
  • Integrative Medicine
  • Pain Management
  • Chronic Disease
  • Lifestyle Counseling and Wellness.
This is customized Integrative healthcare – designed to get to the upstream root cause.
Creating lasting strategies for optimal health, and the reversal of chronic disease.
Functional Medicine + Naturopathic Medicine + Acupuncture

This is customized Integrative healthcare – designed to get to the upstream root cause.
Creating lasting strategies for optimal health, and the reversal of chronic disease.
We hope to teach and inspire you along the way.


What is Acupuncture and Classical Chinese Medicine?

Classical Chinese Medicine is a complete health care tradition that is antiquated over 3,000-5,000 years and yet remains effective and relevant in modern times. This training in Classical Chinese medical theory allows the practitioners at Inspired Health to use the wisdom and paradigm of ancient Chinese medical texts to verify, explain and complete a western medical diagnosis.

Chinese Medical theory is centered around the concept that all nature exists in a state of balance between opposite yet complimentary forces – yin and yang. The human body is made up of a system of Meridians or pathways that run throughout the body and connect to various internal organs where vital energy or bioelectrical force (“Qi”), and blood courses in a continuous flow.

The Chinese character for Meridian also translates to “vessel”. In essence, the Chinese Organ Meridians also refer to the cardiovascular system or blood flow of each individual organ within the body. When the normal flow of Qi and blood is disrupted, there is imbalance. Insufficient or excessive flow, or blockage of one or more of these vessels creates a complex web of symptoms, disease and imbalance in the body.

Classical Chinese Medical Training

The Classical Chinese Medical training consists of 2 years western basic science and Chinese theory training followed by 2 years of Chinese clinical training and Chinese Clinical, Acupuncture and Herbal Board exams. Drs Dishman and Weintrob are NCCAOM Board Certified National Diplomat of Acupuncture, and is an Oregon State and North Carolina State Licensed Acupuncturist. She is also a member of the NCAAOM, the North Carolina Association of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine.


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