Sallie McKibben, LAc

The WellBridge Clinic

Sallie McKibben,
Licensed Acupuncturist (LAc) and Chinese Herbalist

Sallie McKibben is a licensed acupuncturist (LAc) and Chinese herbalist, specializing in motor vehicle accidents, injuries & pain conditions, chronic illness and anxiety disorders.

Her approach to acupuncture is both exact and gentle, meeting her patients where they are at. Sallie has mastered multiple modalities, utilizing acupuncture therapies, moxabustion, cupping, Chinese herbs, Shiatsu massage, nutritional therapy, and lifestyle counseling. Her patients love her because of her skill to understand all factors that contribute to their health problems. That is how she helps people reduce pain and promote long lasting recovery and healing.

It is a joy and honor for her to work with all of her patients, no matter their race, culture, creed, gender identity, sexual orientation, nationality, level of wealth, spoken language, or disability.

Since 2014, Sallie has worked collaboratively with primary care physicians, medical specialists, chiropractors, and massage therapists on extremely complex cases. 

Sallie McKibben at WellBridge Clinic

With her experiences, Sallie believes that the best medicine is integrative, utilizing the best of conventional and alternative medicine to bring complete care.

While addressing all contributing factors for illnesses, Sallie McKibben also likes to address the secret key to healing: passion and joy. Sallie loves helping her patients reconnect to their own natural and innate healing power, finding beauty within themselves and their lives.

Sallie McKibben strives for sustainable practices at home, work, and in our community. Having grown up in the woods of Missouri, the outdoors are an inseparable part of her identity, and she takes great responsibility in helping to preserve and care for our Earth. She may just as easily be found wearing silly costumes, building forts with her son and husband, or reading a book in a sunny hammock.

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