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At Alma Acupuncture I provide quality health care; to improve the overall well being of each person.  However, patients’ needs vary, therefore my primary goal is to provide patients with individualized care for their individual needs.  I work with each patient in order to formulate a wellness plan that includes acupuncture, herbal medicine, and/or nutritional/food therapy in order to promote physical and emotional well-being. Acupuncture has a cumulative effect on the body, and these treatments produce results.

  Adrianne Ortega, LAc 

I am a holistic licensed acupuncturist, Nationally Certified Chinese Herbalist (NCCAOM), serving El Paso, Ft. Bliss, Juarez, Socorro, Canutillo, Fabens, Santa Teresa, Anthony and Las Cruces area.  My BA is in Education and I still enjoy teaching others.  While still passionate about teaching I now enjoy teaching others about their health and reaching their wellness potential. I received a Master's degree in Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine from AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine at Austin, Texas. I have 5 years of experience treating patients for a variety of illnesses including stress/anxiety, women's health, IVF/IUI support, fertility support, immune support, air borne/food allergies, alleviating cancer treatment side effects and other chronic/ acute ailments.  I also have specialized experience treating women's fertility issues from interning/working at Texas Center of Reproductive Acupuncture in Central Austin.  I have knowledge from working with people in recovery from addiction at The Right Step in Spicewood, Texas. 

My style of treating holistically is on the whole person and not just a symptom or condition.  I am dedicated to building a relationship with each patient to better create a renewal of wellness within each person.  


Acupuncture for pain relief/cancer side effects at Survivorship Conference for Rio Grande Cancer Foundation in El Paso, Texas - August 2012. 

Herbs & Foods to Beat the Heat at Tea Garden, El Paso, Texas - August 2013

Back to School: Maintaining Energy at Tea Garden, El Paso, Texas - August 2013

Guest Blogger, AOMA Graduate school of Integrative Medicine - Nutrition: Maintaining Energy (click here - to read blog) - October 2013 

Effects of Stress and Chinese Medicine at UTEP (University of Texas in El Paso) in El Paso, Texas - November 2013 - present (every fall & spring semester)

Adrianne Ortega, LAc

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