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About Ingri Boe-Wiegaard and Wilton Acupuncture Center


Ingri Boe-Wiegaard has been a licensed and fully-insured acupuncturist serving Wilton, CT for over 25+ years

Ms. Boe-Wiegaard has appeared on twenty radio shows and five television shows, and is a member of several acupuncture associations including CSAOM (Connecticut Society of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine) and NGAOM (National Guild of Acupuncturists and Oriental Medicine). She is also a member of Mensa. In addition to practicing acupuncture, Ms. Boe-Wiegaard also conducts three weekly meditation classes and is also available for lectures.

Ms. Boe-Wiegaard holds degrees from:

  • The International College of Oriental Medicine (UK)

  • The Norwegian Academy for Natural Medicine (Naturopathic-Homeopathic)


She has also done post-graduate work at:

  • The Norwegian Art School

  • University of Oslo with a concentration on Science

  • The University of Massachusetts at Amherst

  • Hollins College

  •  College in Connecticut.

Ingri Boe-Wiegaard, L.Ac. CT #000016.

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What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is a centuries old form of Chinese medicine that has found a strong footing in today’s holistic approach to modern medicine. Practitioners of acupuncture have used this noninvasive form of medicine to treat millions of people. It is a painless, safe and effective way of treating a host of medical problems.

Acupuncture focuses on the philosophy that Qi (pronounced “chee”), or Life Energy, flows throughout the body. This Qi protects the body from illness and pain. The quality, quantity and balance of Qi influence the overall health of the individual.

Qi flows through the body along meridians. Each meridian is connected to specific organs and glands. An accurate analogy of Qi is that of a river. Where a river flows, the area surrounding it is fertile and well nourished. Like a river, Qi provides nourishment to the human body. When Qi is blocked in one part of the body, other parts of the body can be affected and cut off vital nourishment.

Many factors can interrupt the flow of Qi through the body: physical and emotional trauma, stress, lack of exercise, overexertion, seasonal changes, poor diet, accidents or excessive activity. When a blockage or imbalance occurs, the body usually heals itself. When blockages are prolonged or excessive, or if the body is in a weakened state, illness or pain may occur.

Acupuncture works by relieving the blockages and returning the flow of Qi to the body.

Get your Qi moving. Book an appointment today!

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