Kate Mattock-Shally

Kate Mattock-Shally

Hailing from across the pond, Kate was educated in England at the London College of Traditional Acupuncture BSc (Hons) in acupuncture and at the University of East London, where she completed a postgraduate degree in Chinese herbal medicine.

She first began practicing in 2010 at City Life Acupuncture, multi-bed clinic in London, and later in Amsterdam at AcuHealthCare, treating patients from all over the world. She treats many conditions but her areas of special interest include fertility, gynecology, pediatrics, dermatology, and musculoskeletal disorders.  Her success with both male and female infertility is a main area of her work. She guides those trying to conceive by utilizing the power of Chinese herbal medicine, combined with acupuncture, and assisting couples choosing IVF and IUI treatments.

She loves supporting women through all stages of pregnancy, from conception, through pregnancy and to post-natal care.  She’s especially sensitive to the needs of women during this sensitive “fourth trimester.” 

As a mother of two, Kate enjoys the application of Chinese medicine for the care and well being of children. She has been fortunate to study with  Dr. Julian Scott, OMD, a world renowned pediatric acupuncturist located in the UK. 

She is licensed in Pennsylvania for both acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine.

Kate looks forward to working with you at Six Fishes.

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Best combination acupuncture, herbologist, caregiver in her area. – Well, where to start:

I found Cara via a circuitous route of desperate calls and failed visits to Chinese ‘professionals’ to complement my traditional medicine. I’d been to Chinese doctors who, though I’m certain ‘knew their business’, were unable to extend a personal and caring element that I immediately felt when I contacted Cara. I knew as soon as I spoke to her on the phone, and spent a full 1/2 hour telling her of the myriad of coexistent problems I was experiencing. Though initially I contacted her for womens’ health issues and simple gallstones, eventually, I ended up with very serious health concerns that she was able to assist with as well. She weaves her natural approach to care with a solid awareness of traditional approaches, and - on the rare occasion when purely natural approach is not sufficient on its own - will recommend a solid combined approach. She is not focused solely on her own type of care, if a combination of several ends up helping her patient. It’s not even a question as to whether I would recommend her. I’ve done so repeatedly in the more than 10 years I’ve known her!