Shannon Caperton, L.Ac was inspired to become an acupuncturist after witnessing the power of this type of medicine. It improved the health of family members struggling with health issues and who were bereft of relief using standard medical care.
She attended graduate school at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in Chicago where she earned her Masters in Traditional Chinese Medicine. During her time in Chicago she was privileged to work in underserved communities at the Project Vida clinic in the Little Villages neighborhood on the city’s west side, as well as at Chicago Women's Health Center. In addition to these experiences, she worked extensively in the school’s student clinic, which prepared her for working with a diverse population and gave her the experience to treat a wide variety of disorders.
Shannon is nationally certified by the NCCAOM, as well as licensed by the Ohio Medical Board. She lives in Medina, OH and enjoys spending time with her dog and hiking in the Metroparks in her free time.
Patrick Foye, L.Ac became interested in Chinese medicine after it helped him have a major health transformation. He is a diplomate of the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and is licensed by the state of Ohio as an Oriental Medicine Practitioner (license 66.000044).
He received his Master of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine from AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in Austin, TX. Prior to that, he received his Bachelor’s in English from Texas State University. He specializes in treating muscle and joint pain, athletic performance, digestive, and emotional disorders with acupuncture and herbs. He also uses frequency specific microcurrent and electro acupuncture to treat physical injuries and ailments.
In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his fiancé, riding his bike, being on or in water, photography, and exercising.