Healing Points Expands After First Anniversary
With the addition of Megan Kuehl, Healing Points now offers massage therapy.

Healing Points Expands After First Anniversary

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Megan Pierson opened Healing Points in 2023.

In March of this year, Healing Points celebrated their first anniversary by holding an open house.

Owner Megan Pierson was available to answer any questions about their services, and members of the community were able to check out their facility.

Healing Points is an integrative health clinic that offers acupuncture, cupping, and herbal medicine.

On March 15, Megan Kuehl of Restoration Massage Therapy joined Healing Points as their massage therapist.

“With multiple modalities in one place, it can be easier to refer patients, and it might help them follow through with appointments,” Pierson said.

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With the space in their new location, they will be able to offer more services to their clients.

With the addition of Kuehl, Healing Points will have three rooms in use at their facility. Pierson said that in the future, they would like to add more specialists that would be a good fit for her practice, such a chiropractor, nutritionist, and occupational therapist.

Acupuncture is used to treat chronic pain symptoms, including back pain, joint pain, and headaches. Pierson said that it has also been used to help with things like anxiety, insomnia, and infertility.

Before Healing Points, Pierson earned her Master’s in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 2015. She then worked in a hospital in New Ulm, Minnesota, for seven years. She moved back to Aberdeen to be closer to family. Kuehl is from De Witt, Iowa and attended University of Montana and Northern State University, where she received her Master’s in Sports Performance and Leadership. She had previously worked at Modern Day Health. //

For more information about Healing Points, visit their website at www.healingpointsllc.com.