Root Healing Acupuncture, Acupuncture
Total years in practice: 20
Dr. Gene Healy is a Florida licensed Acupuncture Physician with a Masters in Oriental Medicine. His graduate program was a 4 year 3000 hour program which also offered extensive training in Chinese herbal medicine. After graduation he worked and studied extensively in Asia, learning from accomplished teachers of Oriental Medicine in South Korea. He has also taught Oriental Medicine in universities in South Korea in both English and Korean and has practiced medicine in 8 countries around the world: U.S.A., South Korea, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Cambodia and the Philippines. His experience ranges from the acute injuries and chronic illnesses of American patients to the suffering of the destitute in the rural areas of India. Currently, Dr. Healy is the owner of Root Healing Acupuncture, providing acupuncture in Dunedin, near Palm Harbor, Clearwater and other Pinellas County communities. He is also proud to be working with Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute where he offers community style acupuncture at two sites in Clearwater and Largo.
Dr. Healy also has a B.A. in Religion and has practiced yoga and meditation since 1995. He first learned yoga in temple settings in South Korea and has taught extensively in South Korea, India, Cambodia as well as the United States. He teaches yoga and meditation according to each patient’s abilities and needs. Dr. Healy has also completed many intensive meditation retreats during his travels, studying and practicing alongside respected teachers. His meditation experience ranges from insight meditation to zen and mantra meditation. Dr. Healy currently teaches yoga and meditation at various places in Dunedin along with Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute.
If you are suffering from a condition that doesn’t require surgical attention, or if you are having pains in your extremities that don’t seem like they are associated with anything particularly, you should schedule a visit with Root Healing Acupuncture. Acupuncture can provide a painless and holistic solution to many ailments and if we can tell you what is exactly wrong and give you the information you need to make a good decision concerning your health, then we have done our jobs
Florida Cancer Specialists’ patients are participating in a study designed to measure the affects of acupuncture on chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy. The study is being conducted by the University of South Florida and Dr. Gene Healy at Root Healing Acupuncture.