• M.Ac. (Master's Degree in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine) - New England School of Acupuncture

Graduated in 2014 and focused on the treatment of pain. Lyndsey has enjoyed her work as a teacher's assistant for the multiple orthopedic acupuncture courses and continuing education course on the shoulder complex. She plans to teach again in the future.

  • MS (Master's Degree in Science: Pain Research, Education and Policy) - Tufts School of Medicine

Graduated in 2015 and conducted her capstone project studying how acupuncture and its effect on the quality of life in cancer patients at Tufts Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts.

Lyndsey is a Nationally Board-Certified Acupuncturist and licensed to practice acupuncture in the state of Massachusetts. She earned her master's degree in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine from New England School of Acupuncture where she was trained in The Chinese Style and orthopedic techniques. While in school, she simultaneously earned a second Master's of Science Degree in Pain Research, Education, and Policy through the Public Health and Professional Degree Programs at Tufts School of Medicine. Lyndsey specializes in the treatment of pain and stress management. She works with acute and chronic pain conditions such as low back pain and sciatica. 

Lyndsey has focused her career as an acupuncturist blending her knowledge of both Eastern and Western perspectives in medicine. She specializes in a multifaceted approach in the treatment of painful conditions. Her approach not only focuses on reducing pain throughout the body but also addressing the impact pain has on a person's physical and emotional health.  

In the past, she has had the pleasure working at the Pittsfield Community Clinic. Lyndsey has also enjoyed working in a volunteer setting and has treated cancer patients at a non-profit organization called Moments House and Veterans for PTSD at the local Soldier On facility in Pittsfield, Massachusetts.