Ginna Browning, L.Ac
Ginna Browning L.Ac, LMBT, Dipl. OM is a
Diplomate in Oriental Medicine, Licensed Acupuncturist, and the owner of Remedy Clinic in Raleigh,NC. She graduated from the Carolina School of Massage Therapy in 1992 and continued to study osteopathic, sensory-motor, and neuromuscular bodywork. She left her job as an instructor at the Medical Arts Massage
School in 2000 to pursue her education in Traditional Chinese Medicine in New Mexico.
After three years of post-graduate study at the
Ginna returned to Raleigh to set up her practice.
Ian Barbara Florian, M.Ac. (US), M.Ac. (UK), Dipl.Ac.(NCCAOM), Lic.Ac. B.A. from Mills College in Pre-Med/Asian
Philip Kosdan, L.Ac., B.A. (Sociology, NYU) , M.Ac. (New England School of Acupuncture), M.A. (Psychology, Vermont College), President Emeritus NCAAOM. Mr. Kosdan has been practicing acupuncture for nearly 30 years, for the first 15 years in Vermont and for the last 15 in North Carolina. He was a founding member of the Vermont State Acupuncture Association, President of the Triangle Chapter of NCAAOM for several years and then President of the North Carolina Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine for 3 years. Mr. Kosdan studied herbs with Ted Kaptchuk and has been a practicing herbalist for about 20 years. Besides Chinese medicine, Mr. Kosdan is a practicing shaman and astrologer. He has been working on a book off and on for several years integrating Chinese medical theory with Western psychology as well as psychologies around the world for all time. He is also currently in the process of setting up a school of integrated herbal studies and in the future, programs in integrated medicine for health care professionals.
John McGimsey, L.Ac., B.A. Psych., M.Ac. , M.A. studied meditation, hypnosis, deep muscle relaxation, Tai Qi and Qi Gong.
Burton Moomaw, LAc
Burton Moomaw graduated from Jung Tao in 2007 and has since been in private practice in Boone, NC. Boone has been home to his family since 1986 where he started 3 businesses.
Burton's other interests include Jungian psychology, travel, beekeeping, and rock climbing.
I am fortunate to be able to offer support our profession through financial gifts. We do important work and it is critical that we engage in the political side of our profession, even though it is an often dark and challenging system, in order to secure the future of our medicine.
Andrew Prescott, B.Ac.(UK), Dipl.Ac.(NCCAOM), L.Ac.(NC) Andrew Prescott has been practicing Acupuncture since 1977. He initially qualified as a Registered Psychiatric Nurse in 1975 at Glenside and Barrow Hospital, England. He worked at the Bristol Children’s Hospital, Bristol, England. He then completed his initial training in Acupuncture (Lic. Ac.) at the College of Traditional Chinese Acupuncture (CTA, UK), Leamington Spa, England in 1977. He holds an advanced degree in Acupuncture (B. Ac.) from the College of Traditional Acupuncture, representing additional clinical training. Prior to moving to the USA Andrew Prescott obtained his Diploma from the National Commission for Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (Dipl.Ac., NCCAOM) and North Carolina license in 1995. In addition to clinical private practice since 1977, he has been a guest lecturer of Shen Tao Acupressure at the College of Traditional Chinese Acupuncture, Leamington Spa, England, and he has also founded, and taught at, Middle Piccadily Natural Healing Center, Sherborne, Dorset, England. He was Clinic Director at Jung Tao School of Classical Chinese Medicine in North Carolina for seven years. He is currently in private practice in Durham, NC, and writing with a view to publishing the result of some of his many years of research into Chinese Medicine and the medical classics. www.harmonygate.com