I had an esophagectomy 10 years ago for cancer. That surgery left me with severe abdominal pain which profoundly effected my quality of life. On my first visit, acupuncture completely freed me from abdominal pain for the first time in years.  

                                             Chester Golden


About The Acupuncturist                           

I sought acupuncture treatment for knee problems related to a sports injury.  I had had meniscus repair by traditional western medicine, but continued to have pain. The orthopedic surgeon said, because of arthritis,  the only alternative was knee replacement.  With six weeks of acupuncture treatment, my pain has significantly decreased and I am able to return to my yoga practice.     Deborah

"Candace (Dr. Quinn) has an extraordinary ability to treat the body as a whole, mind as well as ailments.  This Eastern, compassionate approach coupled with extensive knowledge of herbal preparations have had such a positive impact on my health.  Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine administered in this practice can change your life too."                                     Diane, patient for 6 years.

"I want to tell you, my back is doing wonderful today. I can't believe that worked so well for me yesterday. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you."

       Bill, back pain for 3 years, first time patient.

"My back is doing well.  Thanks tons for all you have done for me. Your are the miracle lady."                          Norm,  76 years old, avid golfer


  Candace Quinn

  Licensed Acupuncturist


   Education:
  • BA Chemistry, New College, Satasota Florida
  • MS and PHD Materials Science and Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca NY
  • MSAOM (Masters of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine) from Finger Lakes School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at New York Chiropractic College, Seneca Falls, NY
    • Winner of the Shen Nong Herb Award, Class of 2008


   Board Certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental
   Medicine,  Diplomat in Oriental Medicine


   Licensed in Texas, previously licensed in New York, and Pennsylvania.


   Before earning a Masters degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2008, I worked   
   for over 30 years in research and development for Corning Incorporated and Eastman 
   Kodak.   I hold MS and PhD degrees from Cornell in Materials Science and Engineering and
   have 22 US patents.

    From 2008 to 2014, my Acupuncture practice was in upstate New York.

    In the fall of 2014 my husband and I moved from a 150 acre property near Corning, New

   York to a small ranch south of Tyler TX,  bringing our horses, cats, chickens, geese and 
   peacocks with us.


   My interest in medicinal herbs extends to growing them in my garden.