Stephanie Kula, MAc, LAc
Stephanie earned her Master’s degree in Acupuncture from the Academy for Five Element Acupuncture in Gainesville, FL. Her clinical training started in 1999 at The Rothfeld Center for Integrative Medicine where she worked closely with her mentor Glenn Rothfeld, MD as a medical assistant, IV therapist and acupuncturist.
Stephanie is board certified by the NCCAOM and licensed by the Massachusetts Board of Medicine. She is certified by The National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA) in the use of auricular acupuncture for the treatment of behavioral health issues such as addictions, mental health conditions, and disaster & emotional trauma. She also holds certification in Contemporary Cupping Methods by the International Cupping Therapy Association and with the Cosmetic Acupuncture: Mei Zen Face, Neck and Abdominal Protocols.
Her passion and commitment to creating a healthier community led Stephanie to open North Shore Community Acupuncture in Salem where she offers effective and affordable care. The clinic started in a small room in June 2011 at Green Tea Yoga in Salem, MA. Word spread fast and NSCA grew quickly. In August 2012 NSCA moved into a larger space next door to the yoga studio. North Shore Community Acupuncture expanded in September 2013 and opened a satellite office at the Jewish Community Center of the North Shore (JCC) in Marblehead, offering private and cosmetic acupuncture.
While working with her clients, Stephanie focuses on the underlying imbalance and focuses on bringing the body, mind, spirit and emotions back into balance. She works with individuals to improve their quality of life and to help them attain their healthcare goals. She brings compassion and life experience to all of her treatments and helps to empower her patients as they are going through the healing process.
Adrian earned her Master’s degree in Acupuncture from the New England School of Acupuncture in Newton, MA. Her interest in Chinese medicine started in 2006 when she discovered acupuncture as a patient and was enthralled, curious, and awed by the results. She is certified by the NCCAOM and licensed by the Massachusetts Board of Medicine.
Adrian is passionate about providing a high quality of care to her patients, and enjoys the challenge of the various and disparate conditions that patients may have. Her main goal in treatment is to support the patient’s role in self-care, and she feels strongly about the body’s ability to repair itself with the help of acupuncture. In addition, she approaches each patient with compassion, respect, and empathy, and believes that sometimes being present, and being a witness to her patients is as important as acupuncture.dicine started in 2006 when she discovered acupuncture as a patient and was enthralled, curious, and awed by the results. She is certified by the NCCAOM and licensed by the Massachusetts Board of Medicine.
When she’s not treating folks, Adrian enjoys rather crafty endeavors like knitting, spinning, and weaving. In her previous life, Adrian was a Latin teacher and production editor for an academic publisher.