Ruth Knill studied one year at the Texas College of TCM and completed 3 years of study and clinical practice in acupuncture chinese herbal medicine and craniosacral therapy at the New England School of Acupuncture
Ruth has completed 4 years of advanced herbal training with Dr. Tao at the Pathways to Complementary Medicine and AIDS Care Project, the nation's largest complementary clinic for people living with AIDS and HIV and one of the nations largest nonprofit complementary clinics. She is currently an herbalist and the craniosacral therapist there.
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 acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist at The Arlington Center New England Medical Massage Therapy She is a staff herbalist and the craniosacral therapist at Pathways to Complementary Medicine