Traditional Chinese Medicine

with a Southern accent

Susan Mosley, DACM, RRT-NPS, CPT, LAc.

401 N 5th Ave
Rome GA 30165
Please be aware that the scheduling software will not allow you to book any appointments within the next 24 hours. If you need to come in for a session urgently, please call 770-548-0172. You do not need to pre-schedule for the walk in clinic. 
Image of Purge Heat, Chest relief, and Move Mountain herbal formulas
Chinese medicinals
Image of acupuncturist administering moxibustion to points on a patients back
Image of practitioner using a gua sha tool to scrape near the medial scapular border
Gua Sha
Image of practitioner applying shiatsu massage to a client's foot
Image of therapeutic tui na massage being applied to muscles of the upper back
Image of the therapist stretching the knee and hip of a patient
Assisted stretching
Image of glass cups applied to the low back
Image of practitioner using thumb acupressure on points at the base of a patient's skull
Image of electroacupuncture current applied to needles placed in the lower back
Electroacupuncture for back pain
Image of acupuncture needles inserted into a woman's face
Acupuncture facial rejuvenation
Image of a practitioner performing a reiki energy healing session with hands upon the recipient's back
Reiki and Medical Qi Gong
Image of zheng gu shui topical liniment
Topical herbal medicinal

In addition to acupuncture, I may incorporate other techniques including:

Chinese herbal medicinal extracts are in stock for most common complaints, or I can order herbal formulas for your specific needs to be delivered directly to you. Herbs are not included in the treatment pricing.

Moxibustion, where herbs are burned over an area, or directly on the needle





Gua Sha where the skin is stroked by a round-edged instrument, bringing blood flow to the affected area




Shiatsu, or finger (shi) and pressure (atsu). A type of Japanese physiotherapy, where the stimulation is applied over a wider area, with fingers, thumbs, palms, and elbows


Tui Na
with plucking, rolling, and pinching of the skin and underlying tissues




Stretching of tendons, muscles, and ligaments





Cupping, where a slight suction is applied to tight muscles with a plastic or glass device





Acupressure, with finger or tool pressure on the acupuncture points



Electro acupuncture, where a small pulsating electrical current is passed between pairs of acupuncture needles to treat neurological diseases, including chronic pain, spasm, and paralysis



Cosmetic acupuncture slows signs of aging, by evening and brightening the skin tone, reducing fine lines and softening deeper ones, firming jowls, and soothing under-eye bags and dark circles





Reiki or Qi Gong transfers universal energy through the palms to stimulate self-healing




Herbal liniments, balms, or salves may be applied to soothe painful areas