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Bonnie M. Abel Bolash, MAc., LAc., earned her Masters of Acupuncture degree in 2001 from the Minnesota College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MCAOM) at Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, MN. She holds a certificate from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) in Acupuncture and is licensed by the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice. Bonnie is a past board of director and Legislative Chair for the Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Association of Minnesota (AOMAM).

If you are looking for professional personal real life healthcare I am available in non-institutional settings in either my home office in Crystal or my profession office in Osseo for your convenience.  Healthcare is an every day event for most of us and I hope that the environment that I provide offers you answers to your questions and real life solutions.  My primary area of experience involves back, neck and other pain.  So give me a call and let the healing begin.  Acupuncture should be part of any chronic pain treatment plan.


Articles that Bonnie has been interviewed for:
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My Sun Post Ad sponsored by the Crystal Business Association:
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As an Acupuncture advocate for the last several years I encourage you to help me in my efforts to support acupuncture coverage.  Please sign up for my mailing list and get up to date information on how you can help!


Acupuncturists for a Healthy Minnesota was created to keep people up to date of the ongoing advocacy efforts. Please like the page and keep up to date and share with people to get the word out.

News stories that I participated in.
Minnesota House floor discussion on the acupuncture bill. Please start listening at 4 hours 21 minutes 00 seconds.
Channel 5 a story of acupuncture in the Emergency Room and the bill I wanted passed.
Channel 12 about my advocacy to expand acupuncture coverage and require opioid prescribers to receive continuing education in non-pharmacological treatment for pain management.
Sun Post Story about the introduction of the bill.

 

 


 

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