A graduate of Jung Tao School of Classical Chinese Medicine in Sugar Grove, North Carolina, Rachel Wilson, L.Ac., is now working as a licensed acupuncturist with Senoia’s Serenity House. At Jung Tao, Rachel learned a unique form of Chinese medicine taught at only a handful of colleges around the country. Classical Chinese Medicine emphasizes the individuality of each patient and their symptoms and provides them with customized treatments, rejecting the notion that patients are best served using generic diagnostic and acupuncture point “prescriptions.”
Rachel treats patients with a wide range of chronic and acute conditions, and especially enjoys treating little ones with her non-invasive acupuncture laser. For Rachel, each acupuncture treatment is a unique opportunity to help her patients gently heal themselves in a safe place. Her goal is to empower each patient to walk through life unencumbered by physical and emotional pain.
Rachel has worked in the public health field with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for decades and is humbled and honored to serve her local community through acupuncture. She is fascinated at the intersection of Western and Eastern healing modalities and is optimistic that these two powerful methods can come together to drastically improve health.
In her spare time, Rachel can be seen at Peachtree City’s Huddleston Pond doing her daily Tai Chi and meditation practice, taking long walks with her husband and 14-year-young Cockapoo pup, cooking new ethnic dishes for her family, going to concerts, traveling, and hiking.