Penny George Institute for Health and Healing – Michael Egan, LAc, MaOM, Dipl OM
He uses acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine to help people with a wide variety of health concerns such as chronic pain, migraine headaches, sports injuries, menopause, post-stroke recovery, insomnia, cancer support and chronic stress.
Egan is a former adjunct faculty member at the College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at Northwestern Health Sciences University. He has served as a board member for the Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Association of Minnesota.
He has also done advanced training in acupuncture orthopedics, sports medicine acupuncture and integrative oncology.
He is co-founder of the Penny George Institutes’ Integrative Pain Program at West Health.
Egan is passionate about educating and empowering his patients to become active participants in their own health and healing.
At the Penny George Institute for Health and Healing, you will find a consistent philosophy regardless of whether you visit an integrative and functional medicine provider, have an acupuncture treatment, consult with an integrative nutritionist or health coach, or take a wellness class.
We work with you to help you access your body’s innate healing abilities and provide you the education and coaching you’ll need to become the best YOU.
What does this all mean for you?
— When you are healthy, our providers can help find ways to strengthen your immunity, improve your sleep and digestion, help you reach your ideal weight, or move toward any health and fitness goal you have.
— If you become ill or just feel unwell, we will be here to support you with natural treatment options that work with your body to optimize your healing potential.
— If you are looking for solutions for a specific problem, such as chronic pain, digestive difficulties, hormone imbalances, fatigue or stress, we work with you to identify the best treatment options within the Penny George Institute for Health and Healing family of providers.
We offer integrative medicine services in more than 20 locations statewide.