Elizabeth Martin (formerly Folk) is a board certified NYS licensed Acupuncturist and Massage Therapist and she holds her Masters degree in Health Science and Oriental Medicine. She obtained her degree at New York College of Health Professions, located in Syosset, NY Having studied Martial Arts for over 6 years, Elizabeth started her curiosity of East Asian culture and tried acupuncture for her sport related injuries. The results were so miraculous that she decided to change her career to helping others with East Asian Medicine. Through her school career she was one of few students who did a 3 year internship at the college’s Herbal Dispensary where she gained hands on experience in mixing and prescribing Chinese medicinal Herbs. Elizabeth supplemented her modalities by adding the massage therapy program. She is a board certified New York State Massage therapy. She uses massage therapy as am adjunct therapy to helping people heal from their injuries and aliments. Medical Qi was added to her studies after completing a 3 year intensive study of the practice of Medical Qi Gong, where she is now considered a Qi Gong Master and is able to develop sets of meditations, exercises, and breathing techniques trailered to ones persons needs. Elizabeth is Also a Reiki practitioner and enjoys healing others with non traditional therapies. After Obtaining her Masters in Acupuncture, Elizabeth continued her education learning a specialized Allergy Elimination technique that one can only learn in California called NAET. (Nambudipads Allergy Elimination Technique) She continues to help alleviate food and environment allergies symptoms. Some other things that Elizabeth has had success with treating are, Woman’s Health issues including Fertility, induce labor, PMS, menopausal syndrome, insomnia, headaches, and other aliments like pain, smoking cessation, stress, Anxiety, depression, post surgical pain, sports related conditions, diabetes, effects of radiation and chemotherapy and many more. Elizabeth has an extensive knowledge in many therapies and continues to learn and grow her knowledge. She strives towards helping as many people as she can. Her dream is to mainstream Acupuncture into the traditional health care system so everyone can know and enjoy the benefits that Acupuncture and East Asian Medicine have.