Meet Dr. Rushmore

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Owner, Lindsey Rushmore, DOM, LAc, Dipl. OM, CECP, is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine (New Mexico), a Licensed Acupuncturist (Virginia), and a Diplomat of Oriental Medicine (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine). She is also a certified Emotion Code™ practitioner. Her specialties include pain management, wellness, and emotional health. She is passionate about both physical and emotional wellbeing, and loves helping patients draw the connection between the two.

Lindsey graduated from Southwest Acupuncture College in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and also completed post-graduate rotations at a teaching hospital in Harbin, China. Prior to her acupuncture career, Lindsey was a health care industry and travel business journalist. She holds a BA in English-Professional Writing & Rhetoric, from Elon University. In her spare time, she enjoys ballet, working out, and outdoor adventures.


The Meaning of Hallomai

“Hallomai” is the classical Greek word for “leap” or “spring up like water.” It is found in Acts 3:8 when a man who couldn't walk jumps joyfully to his feet in a miracle healing next to the temple gate named “Beautiful.” Hallomai Healing Arts honors our Great Physician and seeks to be His loving hands and feet. Our goal is to help restore movement in the body and joy in the spirit and allow people to experience the beauty of that temple gate.

Photo of the actual “Gate Beautiful” taken by Lindsey at the Southern Steps of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.

Photo of the actual “Gate Beautiful” taken by Lindsey at the Southern Steps of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.