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Clinic Owner, Director, Licensed Acupuncturist

Kendall is a licensed acupuncturist, fertility coach, herbalist and abdominal massage practitioner. She specializes in fertility, pregnancy, abdominal health and pain management.  Her primary method of treatment is based in Whole Systems Medicine which approaches diagnosis and treatment with Traditional Chinese Medicine.  This system incorporates healing through various modalities including acupuncture, herbal medicine, nutrition, and massage. 

Kendall is passionate about alternative healing and helping patients find greater quality of life.  She is dedicated to supporting women who are going through the fertility process.  Kendall practices a specialized Maya abdominal massage called Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy.  This massage specifically focuses on fertility, pregnancy, reproductive disorders, digestive disorders and overall abdominal health.  She is licensed by the Arvigo Institute of Maya Abdominal Therapy.

Kendall is board certified and licensed by the Texas Medical Board and the National Certification for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).  Kendall earned her Masters of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine.  Her undergraduate studies were at Texas State University where she earned her Bachelors of Science in Clinical Psychology.  In her free time, she enjoys hiking, swimming, playing guitar, and dancing.



We are dedicated to supporting patients in growing their families through integrative medicine. We focus on holistic care by approaching treatment of the whole individual as opposed to just treating symptoms. We treat the root of the issue to nourish the body.

Our clinic specializes in treatment of the following reproductive conditions:



Poly cystic ovarian syndrome

Diminished ovarian reserve

Irregular menstrual cycles

Repeated pregnancy loss

Labor preparation





With extensive training in Eastern medicine and 10 years of experience working in tandem with Western doctors, I’ve integrated both Eastern and Western medicine knowledge to support patients with integrative care.

What is the difference between Western and Eastern medicine?

Western medicine provides us with the technology of emergency care and surgery, which can be life saving.  Eastern medicine provides us with an alternative system of treating disease that can treat the root of the problem rather than just alleviating symptoms.  Eastern medicine is based on patterns of diagnosis that provides alternative options for treating symptoms.  It is the combination of both Eastern and Western medicine that allows for an integrative medical experience that utilizes the strengths of each to provide better healthcare. 

What are the benefits of Eastern medicine?

The benefits of acupuncture and Chinese medicine is that it is gentle yet effective medicine.  It’s gentle enough for pregnant women and elderly, and effective in treating stubborn cases that might be seen as “untreatable” in Western medicine.  Eastern medicine provides preventative care options to treat the root of the problem, not just the symptom.  For example, working with patients with Chinese nutrition therapy can treat the symptom but also addresses the reason why the symptom continues to persist.  Other benefits of Eastern medicine include more time one-on-one with your practitioner, a wider approach to healing, and alternative types of treatment.  I also rarely see side effects with this medicine.  Integrative medicine is a fresh perspective on healing that can provide balanced and effective healthcare.