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Bethany Ranney,

L.Ac.

Acupuncturist

bethany.ranney@liveyourlifept.com

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.

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Christine Trejo-Monson,

L.Ac.

Acupuncturist

christine.trejo-monson@liveyourlifept.com

Christine Trejo-Monson, L.Ac. is an acupuncturist who graduated in April 2018 from the American Academy of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She has a vast knowledge in western and eastern medicine and is comfortable working with clients with a variety of issues, disabilities and illnesses. Christine is knowledgeable, professional, caring, able to handle difficult cases, and recognizes that it is not uncommon for people to seek acupuncture as a last resort when western medicine has left them frustrated, dissatisfied, in pain and untrusting of medical providers.

Due to Christine’s 30-year career as a registered nurse working in pediatrics and orthopedics, she knows firsthand how important it is to feel heard, understand what options are available, what can be expected, and to have good communication with one’s medical provider. She can empathize with clients who are in pain, struggling, afraid, worn out, and in need of hope.

Having survived cancer in 2012, Christine understands how challenging it is to live with a serious illness and yet also sees having had a brain tumor as a turning point in her life.

Christine enjoys hiking, camping, roller skating, music, and spending time with her family and friends.

Christine invites you to schedule an assessment with her and learn how the healing benefits of acupuncture and Chinese medicine can improve your health, release tension, leave you feeling peaceful, calm, and present in your life in order to enjoy it fully as you choose.

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