About Minnesota Acupuncture, Nutrition, & Chinese Medicine

Peak Life Clinic

At Peak Life Clinic, it is understood that everyone has a unique healing process. There is a difference between healing and health and our goal is to support each and every patient on their path to peak health. We provide individualized care for all lifestyles and health needs. We will help guide you to find the best blend of all types of medical care. Our goal is support you in optimum health.

About Kate Moksnes Bowman, MAcOM, Dipl. OM., LAc.


Kate is an acupuncturist and herbalist certified by the Minnesota Medical Board and the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She is also certified by the National American Detox Association. Kate moved from Minnesota to Portland in 2008 to attend the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine. After graduating she continued on to Nanjing China, working in the hospital system and studying at Nanjing University. Kate is currently finishing her Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine with an emphasis on integrative care at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. Kate has a passion for nutrition, health care, and is excited to be part of bridging eastern and western medicine. She enjoys the outdoors, traveling, cooking, photography, and dance.

From a Chinese Medical Perspective:

For thousands of years Chinese Medicine has acknowledged that there is a vital life force that flows through all things which is called “Qi” (pronounced “chee”). In Western culture, it is often referred to as “energy.” Energy (Qi) flows along pathways in the human body, which are related to the organs, the muscular system, and nervous system. When the balance of this energy is disturbed due to trauma, poor diet, medications, stress, hereditary conditions, environmental factors or excessive emotional issues, then pain or illness results. Acupuncture focuses on correcting these imbalances, which stimulates the body’s natural ability to heal itself. In other words, Acupuncture focuses on treating the factors that cause disease.

How many treatments are needed?

Generally, men’s health related issues, including ED, prostate issues, infertility, and premature ejaculation, respond really well to acupuncture. Most men will generally notice a difference within the first treatment. The quantity and frequency of treatments you may need are based on the severity and the duration of your symptoms.

The framework surrounding Chinese Medicine believes that every individual person is different and will respond uniquely to acupuncture, based on ones particular lifestyle, diet, exercise, work, and sleep habits. Emotional, environmental and genetic factors will also play a role and are a necessary consideration. Kate will be able to give you a better understanding of treatment planning once we have met you and gone through the initial intake.

About Meghan Mabe L.Ac, M.CM, Dipl. Ac, L.MT   Acupuncturist near me in Minneapolis Meghan Mabe L.Ac, M.CM, Dipl. Ac, L.MT Acupuncture, Herbs, Cupping, Food Therapy, Craniosacral, Massage Therapy

Meghan Mabe, L.Ac, M.CM, Dipl. Ac, L.MT
Meghan holds a Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Chinese medicine from Northwestern Health Sciences Univeristy in Bloomington, MN. She is licensed with the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice and is certified through the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).
Meghan has clinical experience treating patients with a full range of conditions and diseases. She has supported patients going through cancer, PTSD, digestive disorders, women’s health concerns, and chronic pain. When not treating, Meghan likes to spend her time in nature, gardening, cooking and traveling.
Additional specialties include a license in Massage Therapy, certifications in Craniosacral therapy and Reiki, and birth doula work.

Meghan’s first encounter with acupuncture and herbs came after years of searching for a solution to her SIBO diagnosis, a condition that compromises the small intestine and causes digestive weakness and pain. Through an integrative approach that combines herbs, acupuncture, mindfulness practice and food therapy, Meghan has found relief from the severe symptoms of SIBO and a renewed sense of health. Following the introduction of acupuncture and Chinese medicine for these digestive issues, she has since used acupuncture for musculoskeletal pain, menstrual and reproductive support, and anxiety.



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