About Dr. Wilsey
Dr. Jenna Wilsey’s credentials include being a nationally board-certified, licensed acupuncturist, as well as being a NCCAOM Diplomate in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology.
Prior to studying East Asian medicine, Dr. Wilsey received her M.Ed from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA. She was a teacher for many years at Perkins School for the Blind and in the Boston Public Schools.
As both a practitioner and an educator, Dr. Wilsey focuses on understanding each person as an individual, in order to meet his or her needs. She believes that interpersonal communication, relationship building, listening, and compassion are integral to educating and healing.
Education and Certifications
Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, Pacific College of Health and Science, 2023
Special certifications in Cosmetic Acupuncture and Microneedling, 2021
Diplomate of Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)® 2020
Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Dragon Rises College, 2019
Bachelor of Health Sciences, Dragon Rises College, 2019
Meet Diane Young, LMT
Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
Licensed Massage Therapist
After running Centered in Georgia, a successful massage therapy practice with a five-star Google rating, Diane Young launched Ever Forward Healing in Gainesville, Florida. Continuing her philosophy of "Spreading Healing through Kindness," Ever Forward Healing seeks to assist patients as they make small, consistent changes for long-lasting growth and wellness.
With Degrees from Miller Motte Technical College and Dragon Rises College of Oriental Medicine, Diane has studied many modalities to address an array of conditions. Her specialties include the following:
Migraines and Headache Relief
Put a spring in your step!
With treatments by Dr. Jenna Wilsey, you will experience health and wellness care, pain relief, natural Chinese herbal remedies, and much more. The practice of acupuncture goes back over 3,000 years, and as a tradition, its knowledge respects the mind and body as a unified system. To an Acupuncture Physician, both your physical and emotional well-being are a priority.
Many people will agree that pain can limit our lives and crush our sense of well-being. Acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, Qi Gong, nutritional counseling, meditation, and other modalities not only help with physical pain, but can lift your spirits, calm your mind, and help you get better sleep. Many people search high and low before they find something that really works. Are you ready to move towards healing your mind and body? Acupuncture can help.