Novia Gscheidmeier
Chinese Tea (Tie Guan Yin) with wooden spoon

Did You Know?

Exercise, meditation and nutrition are also vital components to restoring and maintaining balance.

Novia Gscheidmeier, LAc

Diplomat of Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture
Licensed in the State of Wisconsin

Much of my journey has been dedicated to helping others feel better, but it wasn’t until recently that I felt truly empowered to do just that.

After spending 14 years working as a massage therapist, I began taking classes to pursue an undergraduate degree in pre-med studies. The further I progressed, the more frustrated and disillusioned I became with the Western healthcare system – specifically how patients are treated and managed. This disappointment led me to Midwest College of Oriental Medicine, where I graduated in 2013 with bachelor of science degrees in biology and nutrition, and a master of science in Oriental medicine.

I have been fortunate to train with a number of exceptional professionals, including three years with two Chinese physicians. Personal interest has led me to hone my skills in sustainable recovery treatments for food, smoking, alcohol and drug addictions, as well as acute and chronic sports and ergonomic injuries.

Experience, knowledge and desire push me every day to help patients discover the powerful healing properties they have within themselves. I am honored to work with each and every one who asks me to do so, and will always strive to make their needs the foundation of their treatment and healing.