Ross McCallum, LAc

The number one most important tool in my toolbox are my ears. I use them to listen! I as a lot of questions and feel like I treat each patient as a whole, unique individual rather than just a number or a series of symptoms.

An important thing to consider is the fact that I don't have to do acupuncture to help you. If we do acupuncture, I use small needles and a guide tube to keep my acupuncture pain free. My massage style can be pretty deep if necessary, and I do a lot of stretching if required. This massage can include cupping and gua sha (YouTube has good videos if you don't know what these are). I keep a table warmer and TDP lamp warm for each patient that needs it, not to mention blankets, sheets, and gowns to keep you warm and modest.

I am a nutrition nut so I make sure to include food as medicine for every patient. That may extend to herbal medicine if food, massage, and acupuncture alone aren’t enough. I also make sure to include a lot of other patient education for my patients when I think it will help, including information about supplements, exercises, stretches, referrals, books, and articles.

Acupuncture for pain relief

My passion is helping you heal yourself from illness, injury, and dysfunction so you can work and play with high energy and without discomfort.

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Ross McCallum

Licensed Acupuncturist (LAc)

I have been in business doing acupuncture since 2011 and at My Path Wellness since November of 2013. I attended the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine from 2007 to 2010, including a year's internship in Portland and a one month internship in Nanjing, China. I am a licensed acupuncturist and a board certified herbalist.

  • Master's degree in acupuncture and oriental medicine
  • Trained chiropractic assistant
  • Trained Physical therapy aide
  • Dedicated treatment style

Dr. Ross