Acupuncture
Address :
1921 Preston Road, Ste 2004 ,
Plano,
75093 - United States.
Tel : (972) 803-4008
Email : [email protected]
http://www.modernacupuncture.com/modadmin/uploads/clinic1.jpg
$

 

Plano Preston Park

  • 1921 Preston Road, Ste 2004
    Plano, TX, 75093 - Directions
    Phone: (972) 460-9282
    Social Media:
    Sun: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM - Expand Hours
    View Holiday Hours

    Book Appointment Intake Form Intro Video

FREE SESSION*

Exclusive Offer: For a limited time, new patients receive their first session on us! Complete form below to claim offer.

*Offer valid for new patients and local TX residents only. Each Modern Acupuncture clinic is individually owned and operated. In some states, clinics are owned and operated by a professional corporation and managed by a Modern Acupuncture franchisee. All professional services are performed by licensed acupuncturists. Individual results and treatment plans may vary. Not intended to constitute medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. By redeeming this offer, the clinic has permission to reach out to the contact info provided.

Modern Acupuncture Plano Preston Park

We offer an approachable, natural pathway, validated by thousands of years of practice, to better health and well-being for all in a convenient, peaceful and modern location.

 

For Modern Acupuncture Plano Preston Park, located in Plano, it's in the delivery. Our nationwide locations offer the natural health benefits of acupuncture in highly accessible locations. You are likely to find us next to your favorite neighborhood grocer. From the moment you walk through our door, all five senses encounter an environment of relaxation and healing. Natural, earthy colors wash over you. The soft lighting allows your eyes to relax.

 

In thirty minutes or less, experience healing, escape, relaxation, and a balancing of your body. In your hectic world, Modern Acupuncture Plano Preston Park in Plano Texas is a necessary retreat into proven wellness.

Meet Our Acupuncturists, L.Ac.

Dr. Kayla DeShane, DAcOM, L.Ac. TX #AC01816, MAcOM, NCCAOM DiplomateDr. Kayla DeShane, DAcOM, L.Ac. TX #AC01816, MAcOM, NCCAOM Diplomate

Kayla has been interested in medicine and helping people heal from a young age, declaring herself “pre-med” in middle school. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition Science from the University of Texas at Austin with focuses in Human Anatomy & Physiology. While applying to medical schools, Kayla worked at a retinal surgery center and realized she wanted to pursue a more holistic approach to treating the imbalances of the body. Kayla received both her Master’s and Doctorate degrees from AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in
Austin, TX. While at school, she was part of the inaugural resident group treating veterans at the Austin Outpatient Clinic as part of a collaboration with the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System. Her doctoral dissertation focused on the importance of acupuncture’s role in pain management for those with opioid dependence. Kayla loves how acupuncture taps into the body’s natural ability to heal itself throughout all the body systems.

 

Kayla decided to join the team at Modern Acupuncture because she loves the idea of presenting acupuncture from a modern perspective. She believes that demystifying this ancient medicine and making it more accessible and affordable to the public will ultimately help so many more people.

 

Kayla has always been active as a swimmer, runner, cyclist, and has been practicing yoga for over 15 years. In her spare time, Kayla loves eating, hiking, and camping around Texas with her husband and their energetic Border collie/Aussie pup!


Jessica Correa, L.Ac., Dipl. OM (NCCAOM)Jessica Correa, L.Ac., Dipl. OM (NCCAOM)

Jessica is a graduate of the Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.  Since she was a young girl she always knew she wanted to help apple. When she initially started college she sought out to become an RN and then it changed to a PA. After working in a hospital setting for a few years she felt more compelled to offer a more preventative and natural form of medicine. When she was 19, she decided to try acupuncture to help with the acne that she suffered from for many years. She had tried almost every potion and lotion and was not ready to commit to the toxic side effects of the common oral medications for acne. After her first treatment, she knew that she wanted to pursue acupuncture as a career. Her acupuncturist was the one who encouraged her to attend school.

 

Jessica really enjoys interacting with her patients and getting to know their unique story that has molded them into the person they are. The most gratifying part of the practice though is seeing her patients live a better quality of life, free from the symptoms that they sought treatment for. 

 

Jessica joined the Modern Acupuncture team because she truly believes in the mission to make lives better. By providing high quality, community style acupuncture at such an affordable price enables her and her colleagues to help a lot of people and that has always been her goal. 

 

Outside of work, Jessica is a very busy mom of three! She enjoys doing outdoor activities with her family like camping in their fifth wheel, swimming, walking in the park or visiting museums. She is a big fan of personal development and loves to read about ways to bring more positivity and success into her life.


Kim Toi Gor (Owens), L.Ac. #AC00876Kim Toi Gor (Owens), L.Ac. #AC00876

Kim is a graduate of the Academy of Oriental Medicine, Austin. Her dramatic personal experience of going through her father's treatment for esophageal cancer is what led her to acupuncture school. Through her relentless queries on the complications and suffering her father went through, she became aware of the mistakes made in the hospital and heard many similar stories. This fostered mistrust in allopathic medicine. With a father who was an herbalist in Oriental medicine, she wishes she would have gone that route for his final stages of life. She feels that becoming a practitioner of Oriental Medicine is kind of a form of self-redemption. A lucrative first career in Information Technology enabled her to make the career change 

Her favorite part of being an acupuncturist is seeing her patient’s results.  They continually reaffirm her trust in the effectiveness of acupuncture & Oriental Medicine.  She loves to hear the remarks of relief: 

"I walked out feeling so different after the treatment!" 

"I can move my neck again!" 

"I took your advice in incorporating walking in my life. Now it is part of my daily routine. And with acupuncture, I had for the last eight years bid farewell to the regular cortisone injections I used to have for my pain." 

"My chiropractor was amazed at the result of your treatment that he asked me to come back to you again." 

Kim joined the Modern Acupuncture team because she grew tired of all the administrative requirements of running a practice. She is relieved to be able to focus on the part that she enjoys the most. 

When she isn’t treating patients, Kim enjoys gardening and is an active participant in her community garden, reading, particularly biographies of US presidents, self-study on areas of research in neural science and general life science, and Learning more about ancient Chinese literature.




Write a Review

please choose a rating

Your review was submitted successfully and will undergo an internal review process before it gets posted online.

There was an error submitting your review.

 

Each Modern Acupuncture clinic is individually owned and operated. In some states, clinics are owned and operated by a professional corporation and managed by a Modern Acupuncture franchisee. All professional services are performed by licensed acupuncturists. More details, including ownership and information about the licensed Acupuncturists at a particular clinic, are available at the clinic. Individual and treatments may vary. Not intended to constitute medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Acupuncture is administered by acupuncturists who are licensed professionals with masters or doctorates of Chinese Medicine. On average in the US it takes more than 2,000 hours to be eligible to earn an acupuncture license. Modern Acupuncture is a proud partner of the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM®) and provides ongoing training.