Kelly Gallop, O.M.D.
Dr. Kelly Gallop is following in the footsteps of
her grandfather and father becoming the fourth generation in
her family to practice Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
She received her Ph.D. at the American Liberty University in
California. In 2004, Dr. Kelly Gallop obtained a Master of Science in
Oriental Medicine from the oldest accredited University of
Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in the United States: Samra
University of Oriental Medicine in Los Angeles, California.
She is certified by the National Commission for Certification
in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in both acupuncture and
herbology and licensed in California and North Carolina. Dr. Kelly Gallop worked as a Korean Translator
in a private practice of Acupuncture in North Carolina for
8 years before opening her own practice.
and Herbs is located at 7709 Cliffdale Road in Fayetteville,
Dr. Kelly believes in treating all her patients from the comfort of their own private treatment room. Using spacious private treatment rooms, patients are able to have confidential conversations, privacy during treatments and examinations, and increased patient satisfaction, while receiving quality acupuncture treatments in a healing environment.
In addition to her specialization in acute and chronic pain
management, Dr. Kelly Gallop applies a mixture of different
acupuncture techniques including, but not limited to: the
5 Element Approach, the Tong Chi Acupuncture Technique, the
4 Needle Technique, Traditional Acupuncture Techniques, knowledge
of Cupping, use of Moxa, and Individual Herbal Prescriptions
to treat and restore her client's well-being.
Please contact Dr. Kelly Gallop to schedule an appointment
or to discuss options for treatment. (910) 487-4891
sweet astringent, neutral,
clears heartfire and nourishes the kidneys, strengthens the
spleen, gathering nature, used in deficient patterns. A good
herb to use when you feel scattered or post-menstrual.