feel better, naturally, with Chinese medicine
Welcome to Acupuncture for Women, the boutique Chinese medicine practice of Lexington acupuncturist, Dr. Virginia Mims. Treating a wide variety of health and wellness issues, Dr. Mims specializes in women's health, menopause, and integrative cancer treatment support.
"As both a Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, as well as a Certified Menopause Practitioner, I am passionate about helping women. I offer safe, natural treatments for many different health & wellness concerns, both physical and emotional. Whether you want relief from hot flashes, cancer-related fatigue, painful periods or other issues, acupuncture and herbs are a safe and effective way to feel better, naturally."
A graduate of Duke University, Dr Mims trained in oncology acupuncture through Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and her menopause certification is through the North American Menopause Society. Her women-only practice is located in a peaceful country setting, just south of Brannon Crossing, easily accessible from both Harrodsburg Road and Nicholasville Road.
"I love speaking with women about how Chinese medicine can help them feel better, naturally. I would be delighted to talk with you about your specific symptoms, and to discuss what a customized treatment plan might look like. Please feel free to reach out for a complimentary phone consultation."
I noticed a big difference in how I felt after my chemo treatments once I started doing the acupuncture... It helped soothe my aches, lower my stress level, and make me feel more "normal" while undergoing my treatment. She is always a joy to talk to, and I couldn't recommend her services enough. I'm very grateful to have found her!" (read more)
As I navigate through a complicated, multi-systemic condition, I deal with chronic pain and unpredictability on a daily basis... Virginia is a unique practitioner as she is very professional, yet she has a warm and nurturing approach to healing, yielding amazing results. Spending time with Virginia along the way has been a genuine source of hope for me. When you're sick, who can ask for more?"