Meet Our Newest Practitioner: Kelly Scott, L.OM.

Meet Our Newest Practitioner: Kelly Scott, L.OM.

Adding a new acupuncturist to our practice isn’t so easy. I’ve learned to be patient and wait for the right person to come along. We need an acupuncturist who shares our values of supporting the health of community with acupuncture, and who also is passionate about Chinese herbology. Not to mention, a person we enjoy hanging around with! 

We’re thrilled to introduce to you Six Fishes newest practitioner, Kelly Scott, L.OM. We’ve interviewed her so that you can get to know her better. We think you’ll love her too! Interested in scheduling an appointment? You can- right here.

Q: Where did you grow up?

A: Coatesville, PA

Q: How did you find yourself initially interested in acupuncture and TCM?

A: I’ve suffered from knee problems since my teens. At one point, I decided to train for the Philadelphia Marathon and knew I needed to do something different than what I’d tried before so I could finish the race. On a whim, I got an acupuncture treatment from an amazing practitioner in Maryland and the rest is history.

Q: What is your favorite aspect of practicing acupuncture?

A: I have a deep fascination and appreciation for how similar and unique the form of any body can be from the next. I absolutely love that through acupuncture and herbal medicine I can influence and balance the many individual layers of a person to help them achieve optimal health.

Q: What is your mission in this line of work?

A: To make Chinese Medicine as accessible and affordable as possible.

Q: How would you describe the goals you want to achieve with your clients?

A: The goal is to form a truly collaborative health partnership. It’s really important to me that my clients are taking an active role in their healthcare. Together, we’re customizing their treatments so that we can ensure that all of their unique needs are being acknowledged. I’m guiding them towards themselves so they can utilize all the innate wisdom their bodies have to offer.

Q: What are some habits or lifestyle recommendations you feel would benefit people’s health the most?

A: Breathing correctly!

Q: Do you have a spiritual practice? If so, what is it?

A: I meditate daily.

Q: What does your morning routine look like?

A: Meditation (a MUST)

Running

Tea

A few pages of poetry

Q: Are there any books that helped shape your perspective and you enjoy recommending to others?

A: The Captain’s Verses - Pablo Neruda

Q: Do you have a favorite quote?

“Fortune favors the bold”

Q: What are you currently most passionate about?

A: Connecting more underserved communities to Chinese Medicine!

Q: What do you like to do in your free time and for fun?

A: I love collecting vinyl, devouring good books, checking out live shows and spending time with all the good people in my life.

Q: Who do you look up to?

A: Both of my grandmothers and James Baldwin. 

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Best Acupuncture & herbalist in Philadelphia – I went to see Cara with so many problems. I was having women issues, GI stomach problems, recovering from a Mercury Detox and just an overall feeling of BLAH. Cara brought me back to health with herbs and acupuncture. After getting healthy, I became pregnant and went back to her because I was a day late and fearful of getting induced. She naturally induced me and that night I gave birth. I have also had Cara do NAET on both my baby and myself. We both had soy allergies and today, I drink soy milk. Before when I would drink soy milk, the baby would get cradle cap but now..he has no reaction after I eat soy. I think she is great.

Rachel