Patty McDuffey is the owner of Mt Bachelor Acupuncture and Herbal Clinic. She is a licensed acupuncturist and certified Chinese herbalist. Originally from New Hampshire, today she is happy to call Central Oregon home. Please swing by her downtown office next time you are in the neighborhood!

Patty McDuffey is the owner of Mt Bachelor Acupuncture and Herbal Clinic. She is a licensed acupuncturist and certified Chinese herbalist. Originally from New Hampshire, today she is happy to call Central Oregon home. Please swing by her office next time you are in the neighborhood!

Acupuncture, Custom Chinese herbal Formulas and Cupping in Bend, OR

Welcome!

Mt Bachelor Acupuncture and Herbal Clinic shares space with Earth Touch Therapeutic Massage in beautiful downtown Bend. Chinese medicine is an ancient form of medical care that can treat a vast array of disorders and conditions. We strive to work closely with and complement the care of your other health care providers, further fostering the growth of integrative medicine in America. Though the clinic treats a number of conditions, our specialties lie within the realm of pain, addiction treatment, mental/emotional disorders and internal medicine (Chinese herbs). As a student of Susan Johnson, LAc, Patty practices in the Master Tung style of acupuncture and cupping. Currently, she is in the process of building a single herb dispensary, which will allow her to prescribe custom formulas, in addition to her patent dispensary, for her patients. Please call or email today to set up a 15 minute complimentary consultation and get your questions answered. Don’t forget to inquire about our current specials. We’ll see you soon. 

Adrenaline in the form of a “stream” crossing…

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10/18/13

Here we are at the end of our 9 day trek. What an adventure it has been! Not the hardest thing I’ve done, but definitely up there on the list of one of the most challenging. The Himal mountains are inspiring! Unfortunately, we didn’t make it Kyanjin Ri and the glacier due to the typhoon in India [...] » Continue reading

Thoughts…

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Tomorrow is the last day of our second week of clinic. My experience living and working in Nepal has seemed slow to evolve, but I realize is actually evolving very quickly. Last week was extremely difficult. The weather here in Bhimphedi was hot and sticky, the clinic was brand new, I was seeing more patients in one [...] » Continue reading

Wild Dogs and Giant Spiders!

Joy trying to escape the spider!

Day 3 in the clinic has brought us to 2 practitioners, 2 interpreters with 1 doubling as the receptionist, 40 patients and a pre-breakfast visit from the “director” of the nearby prison. Later in the day, we had a couple of loud “breaks” in the clinic while patients, nearby curious and nosy onlookers and interpreters paused to shoo a cow [...] » Continue reading