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Bethany Ranney,



Bethany Ranney, L.Ac. discovered acupuncture after she had an injury that resulted in severe back pain and leg weakness. Before treatment, she was afraid to even walk up a flight of stairs, let along resume exercise and other activities she loved. After recovering, Bethany decided that she wanted to bring this type of healing to others, so she began her acupuncture study at Northwestern Health Sciences University. She graduated magna cum laude in 2012 with her Master's Degree in Acupuncture. Bethany has worked in a variety of settings, providing care both one on one and in group settings. She cares deeply about her patients and wants to help them to achieve the amazing results that she knows are possible with the use of acupuncture.

In her free time, Bethany enjoys reading, running, weight training and spending time with her husband, five children and two grandchildren.


Stephanie Ykema-Stunes



Stephanie Ykema-Stunes, M.Om., Dipl.Ac., L.Ac., is an Acupuncturist and Herbalist. She has a passion for Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine and her goal is to enrich the lives of her patients through holistic, patient-driven care.

Like most Acupuncturists, Stephanie came to the medicine in a roundabout way. After being in a car accident, she stumbled upon acupuncture as a treatment for her neck pain and fell in love. That love turned into a true passion and in 2013 she started graduate school. She holds a Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Northwestern Health Sciences University. The program consisted of more than 3,000 hours of training. She graduated in August of 2016.

Stephanie enjoys treating patients of all kinds and truly loves the challenge of a difficult case.

When she has down time, she enjoys spending time with her husband Corey riding bicycle and enjoying the outdoors with her dog Clifford.

06.07.19 - Reflections on the Impact of the 2019 Physical Therapy Global Access Project

Nearly one year ago, fifteen Texas Woman’s University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy students decided to reignite the Physical Therapy Global Access Project (PTGAP) for a cause we couldn’t help but to believe in. After all of our hard work and successes in fundraising enough money for all of…view full article

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