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Jean Menges

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Growing up on a Taiwanese rice farm, Jean Menges suffered from debilitating allergies - until she saw a village doctor who used a combination of eastern and western therapies to heal her. “Sometimes he’d use modern medicine, sometimes Chinese herbs,” Jean recalls. “But he was always kind and attentive. He made a huge impact on me.” So much so that after moving to the United States at the age of ten, Jean pursued a similar path, attaining her biology and medical technology degrees at Case Western Reserve University. Upon graduation, she performed molecular genetics research at University Hospital of Cleveland before realizing her true calling was more hands-on approach to healing. She enrolled in the school of acupuncture at South Baylo University, where received her master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She also studied the meridian system, a traditional Chinese medicine belief about which the life energy known as ‘Qi’ flows. “That fascinated me,” Jean explains. “Because it answers the ‘why’ about underlying causes and explains the relationship our bodies have to environmental changes and lifestyles habits.” rnrnShe then moved to New York City, where she went into private practice and has been helping treat not only the symptoms, but also the root cause of her patients’ health issues ever since. Her mission: helping them get to know their bodies and understand that - more often than not - the human body is fully capable of healing


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