Dr. Reggie Stout, OMD, DAOM, MAcOM, B.A., LAc
Traditional Chinese Medicine encompasses Asian bodywork, acupuncture, lifestyle management, and herbology. The Five-Element Theory is based on observation of natural phenomena (seasons, colors, tastes, etc.) and how they affect every aspect of the individual. Health and well being depend on balancing the Five Elements and in the smooth flow of Qi (energy) along meridians (energy pathways) throughout the body. Benefits of Asian bodywork and acupuncture include pain relief, improved flexibility, increased energy, smoother digestion, soothed nerves, and enhanced immune system function. Contact our office at (520) 320-1953 for information on fees and practitioner availability.
Dr. Reggie Stout is an Arizona Licensed TCM Acupuncturist and Chinese Medicinal Herbalist. Graduated with Highest Honors with doctoral and masters degrees in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, as well as Integrative Homeopathy. Earned a B.A. in Social Work and Behavioral Studies at Tucson University, and B.A. in Holistic Health from Prescott College. Studied with full scholarship at the Open International University for Complementary Medicine (USA Campus) - one of only two World Health Organization (W.H.O. founded 1962) programs in Alternative Medicine, the other is in Beijing, China. Studied at the American Medical College of Homeopathy. Completed studies as a Post-graduate Fellow of the Florida School of Complementary Medicine and Arizona School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Studied for 3 yrs and is a former Board Member Emeritus in the Post-graduate Program in Homeopathy for Physicians with the Complementary Medicine Association directed by Dr. Michael Loes, MD. Studied with prestigious doctors such as; Dr. Andrew Weil, MD, Dr. Todd Rowe, MD, Dr. Trevor Cook, MD, Dr. Steven Sobutnick, DPM, Favarti Kim O’Haire, Dr. Samuel Flagler, NMD, DHANP and many others. President of the Asian Medicine and Acupuncture Society of Arizona (AMASA). Over 19 yrs as Senior Instructor, Clinic Supervisor at the Arizona School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Moved his 22 yr. old practice to Peaceful Spirit in August of 2008.