Do you suffer from stress, pain, anxiety, depression,  insomnia, headaches, digestive issues, menstrual/fertility issues,

or any other health concerns?

Acupuncture can help.  




Acupuncture is based on the idea that when your body is communicating effectively it has it's own innate ability to heal. ​

Acupuncture also works well in conjunction with your western diagnosis & medicine. We can help manage the side effects of your medicine by allowing the body to become more efficient at processing and assimilating the medicine.



Heather Koerner, AP

My journey to becoming a Boca Raton Acupuncture Physician began as a Crisis Counselor for victims of traumatic crimes for the State Attorney’s Office in Vero Beach Florida. After personally experiencing the benefits that Acupuncture had on both my physical and emotional health, I found my calling to Chinese Medicine. 

I practice Traditional Chinese Medicine, and I’m also a certified NSEV practitioner. NSEV healing is a modern adaptation of ancient Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture that addresses a person’s symptoms both physical and emotional. Unlocking deep habitual stress and tension patterns in your body allows for a profound healing experience, beyond most people's expectations.

I'm here to answers any questions that you might have about this ancient medicine that I love, and explain how I might be able to support you on your journey towards healing. 

Yours in health, 

Heather Koerner, AP


Acupuncture Traditional Chinese herbal medicine


We use a variety of single herbs and/or herbal formulas to help address the root of your issue beyond the acupuncture treatment.

Acupuncture close up


Tiny needles are inserted into points on the body in certain areas that speak to the brain to send a message of safety or stimulate areas that need a boost. When selecting points, we use a "less is more" approach. We find that it sends a stronger more global message to the body.



Cupping Therapy made headlines when Michael Phelps proudly displayed his cupping marks at the Olympics. Cupping is the opposite of massage in that it lifts the skin and creates space for things to flow.

Chinese Proverb

If there is free flow, there is no pain;
If there is no free flow, there is pain.