Bridget Schrank, LAc
Bridget is a Licensed Acupuncturist with over 10 years of experience. She began her career in the healing arts as a graduate of Oakland University, with a Bachelor's of Science in Psychology. She went on to receive her Masters in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine – Chicago. Throughout her education, she had the privilege of experiencing acupuncture internships in off-campus clinics, treating underserved communities in places such as Project VIDA and Chicago Women’s Health Center.
It is her goal to inspire a holistic approach to the health and wellness of the mind-body-spirit connection in each one of her patients. Bridget strives to provide insight, awareness and treatment strategies addressing the root causes of common health disharmonies on an individual basis.
When she is not treating patients in the clinic, you can find Bridget training her dog in different sports activities, teaching yoga at her local gym or finding some creative project to get her hands on a set of power tools!
When Bridget began receiving acupuncture in her early 30's she realized how beneficial this medicine was to her own health journey. She had always suffered from severe menstrual cramps and PMS symptoms. After a series of treatments her symptoms were much less severe and she not longer felt like she had to schedule her life around her cycles. This is when she decided she wanted to help other women experiencing reproductive issues.
Healing is not always an easy journey. Often times you find yourself taking two steps forward and a step back when it comes to a health concern. Bridget understands all too well the emotional rollercoaster that can occur when you're trying to make changes in your health. She believes it is important to have allies on your side to support and guide you in the direction that best fits your needs. It is her vision to create a community of women who support, encourage, uplift and cheer on each other's successes while also allowing themselves the space to heal and receive the same nurturing care that they give.