Ruth Knill Bio
Ruth received her Doctoral degree in applied Mathematics
from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology,
and was a researcher in the field of Astronomy
publishing over 30 research articles. During this time she started to practice Iyengar yoga
and became interested in alternative healing arts.|
She received her Masters of Oriental Medicine from the New England School of Acupuncture, the nation's oldest college of Chinese medicine. She is a National Board Certified Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist.
She is passionate about assisting people to take control of their health through natural healthcare. She has received advanced training in Craniosacral therapy, Chinese herbal medicine, orthopedic massage, western herbal medicine, and nutritional cleansing coaching.
She supervised interns in an herbal clinic at the Aids Care Project and Pathways to Complementary Medicine, a busy not for profit clinic in downtown Boston.
Ruth currently teaches a class on herbal formulas at New England School of Acupuncture.
Having specialized in the herbal Chinese medicine, Ruth can thus combine two powerful healing therapies to the benefit of her patients.
With a strong background in science (Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics), she is able to analyze and assess patient needs with clarity and precision.
Ruth is the founder of the Arlington Acupuncture and Wellness Center