Brandee Going Dipl.O.M., LAc
Brandee began studying alternative forms of medicine in 2002 at Hocking College's Massage Therapy Program. While there, her studies consisted of Swedish Massage, Neuromuscular/Trigger Point therapies, and Myofascial Release techniques. She graduated in 2004 with an Associates Degree in Massage Therapy.
In 2007 Brandee began studying at Arizona School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. There she expanded her foundation with studies in Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Asian Bodywork,and Nutritional Therapy.
Upon completion of her Master's Degree in 2010 she received the award of High Distinction in her graduating class. She then took part in an externship in Hainan, China at a Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital where she participated in the treatment of over 2600 patients suffering from complex neurological disorders such as ALS (LouGehrig's disease), post-stroke symptoms, and Bell's Palsy, to more general musculoskeletal symptoms, sleep and digestive disorders. She has also had great success treating headaches, migraines, allergies and regulating menopausal symptoms.
Brandee's clients find her to be extremely nurturing and caring, with a strong desire to help them achieve a fuller, healthier life. She will work with you and make sure your experience is as comfortable and relaxing as possible.
Brandee enjoys being outdoors with her husband and daughter, kayaking, and scuba diving. She enjoys yoga, and reading as many books as she can
Dr. Sean Going, DAOM, LAc
Sean is passionate about using Asian Medicine to assist his patients as they discover vitality of mind, body and spirit. He also works to promote and manifest consistent joy and health through life's "ups and downs".
His background in mental healthcare, coupled with his studies in both spiritual and religious themes, greatly enrich his practitce of Asian Medicine and enable him to treat patients on multiple levels beyond managing only their symptoms.
Sean began his career in healthcare working as a clinical case manager for adults diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illnesses. During his years as a case manager, he began studying Kosho Shorei Ryu at Bushidokai Traditional Martial Arts, under the tutelage of Sensei David R. LoPriore; it is here he began his lessons in the Asian healing arts.
In 2007, he entered his graduate studies as a full-time Masters Candidate at the Arizona School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ASAOM). In 2009, he completed ASAOMs optional Tuina Chinese Medical Bodywork program and was certified as a practitioner of Tuina (Traditional Chinese Medical Massage).
In 2010, Sean completed ASAOM's Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, a comprehensive, full-time, four-year program (condensed into three years) for Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs. At graduation, Sean was awarded special recognitions of "Highest Distinction" for academic achievements and presented with ASAOM's Outstanding Leadership Award. Following his graduation, Sean elected to travel to Haikou, China so that he may attend a clinical internship as a full-time Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine. At the Haikou Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital he witnessed or assisted in over 2,600 treatments.
Sean continued his education and completed his Doctorate at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in 2019.
Ranging from 16 month-old infants to 96 year-old adults, Sean has assisted numerous patients either directly or as a consult, with a variety of concerns including: anxiety, depression, other mental health conditions, pain, digestive disorders, menstrual irregularities, menopause, headaches, fatigue, relationship challenges and physical or emotional trauma.
Professional and approachable, Sean looks forward to spending his time with you to both help and encourage you in your journey to find the healthiest and happiest expressions of who you are.