Casey McSweyn, MAc, LAc
Licensed Acupuncturist, Certified Chinese Herbalist
- RESOLVE, The National Infertility Association
- American Board of Reproductive Medicine
Casey has been in practice for over fifteen years. She began her study of Traditional Chinese Medicine after receiving acupuncture and discovering its profound healing benefits first hand, bringing greater depth to her philosophy and abilities as a practitioner.
Casey treats a variety of general medical conditions, including pain, headaches, anxiety, etc., and specializes in women’s health, fertility enhancement, and pregnancy. Casey's treatment approach is based on the ways in which Eastern and Western medicine are now working together. In 2005, Casey practiced at Seattle Reproductive Medicine with women undergoing IVF and continues to work in collaboration with reproductive endocrinologists and OB/GYNs throughout the Northwest.
Casey holds a Master's degree of Acupuncture from the Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NIAOM) where she studied gynecology and obstetrics from both a Western and Eastern perspective. She also holds a certificate of Chinese Herbal Medicine from Bastyr University. Casey is a licensed acupuncturist in the state of Washington and is also board certified by the National Commission of the Certification of Acupuncturists in both Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology.
Over the last ten years she has completed post-graduate training with fertility specialists Randine Lewis LAc, author of The Infertility Cure, Ray Rubio LAc, president of ABORM (American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine), Angela Hywood ND, Jane Lyttleton LAc, author of The Treatment of Infertility with Chinese Medicine, Peter Deadman LAc, and Bob Flaws LAc.
In 2009, Casey completed an acupuncture and herbal medicine internship in the Gynecology department at Shu Guan hospital, Shanghai, China.
- RESOLVE, Family Building Magazine, Fertility Enhancement with Acupuncture, Volume VI, Issue #1, Fall 2006.
- RESOLVE, Lecturer, Annual Washington Conference, 2008, Enhancing Fertility with Chinese Medicine.
- RESOLVE, Representative, Annual Washington Conference, 2010, providing information on how acupuncture and Chinese herbs can enhance fertility.
- Seattle OB/GYN Group, Swedish Medical Center, Lecturer, 2007, Pregnancy and Post-Partum Care Using Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs.