Why Metapoint?

Personalized treatments using a variety of modalities.

The methods used at my practice are aimed toward giving the body synergism—not just treating symptoms temporarily or numbing pain with numerous medications.  I strive to help the body heal itself from within, by treating the root and not just the branch of a problem.  I use a wide variety of modalities that best serve the individual needs of the patient:  acupuncture, cupping, gua sha, herbal formulas, Tui Na (Asian Bodywork), and Kinesiotaping. These methods can be integrated with Western approaches as well.

Be treated like a partner, not just a patient.

Your treatment will be a partnership: discussed, understood, and agreed upon.  While a particular procedure may be indicated for specific purposes, I believe the path to health is best navigated complemented by knowledge and awareness of a patient’s needs and goals.

Experience, Certification, and a Healing Presence.

I am a diplomate of the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. I received my Master’s degree from AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine, one of the most respected acupuncture schools in the United States.  My coursework involved 3,000 hours of study in acupuncture, Chinese herbs and herbal formulas, as well as Western medical training, including over 900 hours of supervised clinical training.  I am licensed through the Texas State Medical Board (lic# 01599).

K.J. Sauer

LAc, Diplomate NCCAOM

K.J. realized her interest in acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine while dealing with her own health issues. She was in the midst of a long insomnia spell due to shifting hormones after the birth of her second son, as well as neck and back strain from breastfeeding. She sought help through an acupuncturist when traditional Western methods had failed to help her, and found almost immediate relief from her issues. She has since graduated from a four-year program at the AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in Austin, receiving her Masters of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. AOMA is one of the most respected acupuncture schools in the United States.

While attending AOMA, K.J. participated and completed seminars specific to Sports Acupuncture and Kinesiotaping, as well as earned certification in Asian Body work from the AOBTA.