Credential:

License# AC140 from Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure

Fellowship trained in Genomics Personalized Medicine

Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, U of New Mexico

Master of Oriental Medicine, Academy for Five Element Acupuncture

Thai Massage certificate, Old Medicine Hospital, ChiangMai, Thailand

Computer engineer turned acupuncturist, Cheng is a radical healer combining holistic wisdom with cutting edge science-based tools. She stays up-to-date on modern nutrition, cellular biology, blood and genetic lab testing, and cellular medicine game-changers (such as anti-aging molecules and peptides). More important than her large toolbox and deep knowledge, Cheng listens to each individual, to arrive at What works. What's most efficacious for You given your lifestyle, genomics, where you are and what you want.

Her specialty is digestive concerns (leaky guts, SIBO, Reflux, bloating), inflammation and pain, autoimmune such as allergy, Hashimoto/Hypothyroid; neurodegenerative conditions, mercury and mold toxin, longevity and optimizing performance. No matter where you are on the road from illness, wellness, fitness to wholeness, Cheng can help. It's her passion to pinpoint the root causes, and solve the puzzle with cost-effective treatment and tools.


A more personal story: Cheng grew up in China and came to the States for graduate school. She earned a Masters in Electrical Engineering, and a second Masters in Computer Science. While writing code in IT and exploring humanitarian interest - serving as a Big sister and a hospice volunteer, she realized her own social anxiety and c-PTSD. In 2013 Cheng quit the programming job to travel in a RV, and gradually came out of “dark nights of the soul”. She started training in herbalism and acupuncture since 2014, and healed herself from digestive and autoimmune illnesses. Cheng is thriving now, deeply compassionate and deeply capable of supporting others on their journey. She resides among homesteading friends near Berea Kentucky, and does what brings her joy: foraging; weaving baskets; giving people tools for health; loving and empowering one another. www.LogicGirl.com



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