Brigitta Moskova, L.Ac.

“Health is a state of optimal physical, mental and emotional well-being, not merely the absence of disease and infirmity”
– Dorlands Medical Dictionary, 26th edition.

Brigitta Moskova, L.Ac., studied at Tartu University, in The Republic of Estonia in Northern Europe, Medical Program. She spent five years focused on medical disciplines which included anatomy, neurology, pediatrics, pharmacology and psychiatrics. She worked in the Emergency Room at Tallinn Central Hospital where she grew to enjoy taking care of patients and helping them feel better about their situation. Her interest in acupuncture came during her second year in medical school where Brigitta was given the opportunity to experienceacupuncture for the first time. She was amazed at how well she felt afterwards with less aches and pains, more relaxed and a sharper clarity of focus.

Brigitta came to Central Ohio nine years ago to visit her future husband. Three months later, they were married and decided to make Central Ohio their home! She now resides in Westerville, OH with her family. Following her passion for helping others she decided to become a Licensed Acupuncturist in August of 2007.
Brigitta graduated from the American Institute of Alternative Medicine in 2009, summa cum laude, with Professional Master’s Level. She is a Licensed Acupuncturist by the Ohio Medical board and a Nationally Certified Acupuncturist through the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine(NCCAOM). In addition to traditional acupuncture Brigitta uses such techniques as Cupping, Tui Na, Guasha(Chinese Massage), Moxibustion, Electro-Acupuncture and Auricular therapy.

She is a Bureau Worker’s Compensation Certified Practitioner and in the process of becoming a provider for major insurance companies. Brigitta is committed to bring awareness toHealth Savings Accounts and using them for treatments. Brigitta also teaches classes on the benefits of acupuncture for chronic pain, allergies and as a tool to quit smoking.

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