Kathryn Youngs L.Ac.
Masters degree in Chinese Medicine
Kathryn Youngs is a nationally licensed Acupuncturist. She received her Master's degree in Chinese Medicine from the Florida College of Integrative Medicine. Kathryn has been practicing acupuncture since 2001. Her areas of expertise encompass women's health and pain management. She utilizes acupuncture, Chinese herbs and nutritional counseling to help her patients achieve their optimal level of health.
"I love that Chinese medicine can help patients with most any health issue. Often patients come to me having tried “everything”. Finally, they get results with acupuncture and Chinese herbs and then think to use it first for future health concerns. Making a difference for someone who has been struggling to find relief is extremely rewarding."
Ashley Kuper L.Ac.
Master's Degree in Chinese Medicine
Ashley Kuper graduated with a Master's degree at Daoist Traditions of Chinese Medical Arts in 2013 and has been with Key Acupuncture since then. She is Nationally Certified in Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine and her practice focuses on fertility/women’s health, pain management, digestive disorders, chronic and autoimmune diseases, psycho-emotional issues, preventative medicine, Cosmetic Acupuncture and overall health maintenance and stress relief.
She brings her intellect, experience and compassion to every session, ensuring a comfortable, non-judgmental healing space for all. She incorporates many modalities into each treatment including acupuncture, herbal medicine, food therapy, essential oils, gua sha, and cupping. She Is bilingual in English and in Spanish.
"I love Traditional Chinese medicine because it allows me to help my patients correct the true causes behind their ailments instead of simply alleviating symptoms. Through individualized treatment plans, I am grateful for this medicine and believe in its power! I am committed to using the tools I have learned to make my community and happier and healthier place!
Krysatal Kinnunen L.Ac.
Doctorate in Chinese Medicine
Krystal is certified through the National Certification Commission For Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) in Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, and Traditional Oriental Medicine.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Western Kentucky University in Photojournalism and Cultural Anthropology and a Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Daoist Traditions College of Chinese Medical Arts and completed her doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine through Pacific College of Health and Science
Krystal’s 4-year Master’s program emphasized acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, and western biomedicine. Her succeeding doctoral program focused on deepening skills in the integrative healthcare system using a pluralistic model with an emphasis on pain management, preventive medicine, fertility, and obstetrics.
Krystal’s education has provided her the opportunity to learn from leading experts, including world-renowned master Jeffrey C. Yuen, 88th generation Daoist Priest. Her clinical interests range from treating pain, digestive health, mental health, women’s health, infertility, as well as maternity and postpartum care.
When not in the office, you can find Krystal trail running, practicing yoga, meditating, or spending quality time with her family.