Meet Christa

Christa Wroblewski, LAc, MSTOM, Dipl. of OM, RYT

My name is Christa Wroblewski and I am a licensed acupuncturist and board certified herbalist. From a young age, I was exposed to Chinese Medicine. My mother is an MD specializing in palliative care who became certified in acupuncture when I was nine. Often, I was the guinea pig in her learning process. In my early twenties, I rediscovered the profound healing effects of this medicine when I sought out treatments during a period of physical and emotional unease. Through experiencing first hand the body’s miraculous capacity to heal, I chose to go back to school and devote myself to this work. My motivating principle as a practitioner is to encourage patients to rediscover the magic of the human body and to utilize practical tools for self-healing.

I graduated valedictorian from one of the top Chinese Medicine Master’s programs in New York City. Upon completing this rigorous program, I went to work for a leading Chinese Medicine clinic in NYC.  Recently, I relocated to Hillsborough, NC to be closer to family.

In practice, I excel at treating stress and emotional imbalances, pain management, digestive concerns, sleep issues, women’s health, and neurological disorders. I aim to assist each patient in balancing their body, mind, and spirit comprehensively. When treating patients, I utilize not only acupuncture but other appropriate Chinese Medicine modalities and plenty of lifestyle recommendations to empower each patient with agency in their own healing process.

Alongside practicing Chinese medicine, I am a registered yoga teacher and meditation instructor. I gravitate towards gentler practices that encourage deep rest including gentle vinyasa, restorative yoga, and yoga nidra. On a cellular level, these practices help to shift the body out of a state of chronic stress and into one of deep relaxation and healing.  In moments of free time, I can be found exploring a nearby trail, cooking a new recipe, or engaging in my meditation community.

I am both honored and thrilled to be joining the team at A&A. Contact me or schedule an appointment so we can explore your wellness path and potential treatment options. I look forward to the privilege of supporting you on your health and wellness journey.

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What do all the letters mean?

This means an acupuncturist has earned a Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine.

LAc means an acupuncturist is legally licensed to practice. Christa is licensed in the state of New York through the University of the State of New York Education Department and in North Carolina through the North Carolina Acupuncture Licensing Board.

This means an acupuncturist is nationally certified as a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine. This is the highest level of national certification and indicates one has passed all of the national board exams, including Biomedicine, Foundations of Oriental Medicine, Acupuncture, and Herbal Medicine. More info at National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

A Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) credential is earned by yoga teachers whose training and teaching experience meet Yoga Alliance Standards.