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Oriental Medicine Associates
212 W. 10th Street (Corner of Rock and 10th, 2 blocks from the Square) Georgetown, TX 78626

Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday
8 AM to 7 PM
Saturday 9 AM to 12 NOON
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Kathy Kerr, MAcOM, L.Ac., opened the doors of Oriental Medicine Associates in 2008 after spending many years working in Georgetown and the surrounding area. Recognizing a growing and underserved market – active seniors and maturing "baby boomers" - Kathy structured her practice toward serving this market as well as the needs of Georgetown residents of all ages. Kathy's clinic grew extensively in just a few short years, and she happily welcomed Julie Carr, L.Ac. to her practice in the Summer of 2012.

Kathy and Julie are both graduates of AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine and have a Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. They are licensed by the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners and are Nationally Certified through the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. The extensive program at AOMA included over 1,000 hours of supervised clinical internship, 500+ hours of Acupuncture & Techniques courses, 600+ hours of Chinese Herbal courses, and 500+ hours of Biomedical Science.


Kathy Kerr (TX L.Ac. #AC01066)

Although Kathy has special interest in Baby Boomers and active Seniors, she also treats a variety of illnesses and injuries in patients of all ages, from infants to end-of-life care. She offers gentle, effective therapy for Seniors suffering from sequella of stroke and its neurologic complications. Kathy is a certified American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia (AOBTA) Practitioner and effectively incorporates Asian Bodywork into her treatment sessions. She also holds the rank of Sandan, third degree black belt in Aikido, the study of the flow of Ki (Qi).


Julie Carr (TX L.Ac. #AC01104)

Since 2009 Julie has been serving the north Austin, Pflugerville, Round Rock, Georgetown and surrounding communities. Julie's passion with Traditional Chinese Medicine began when she became a patient of an acupuncturist. She was so pleased with her turnaround of health that she decided to pursue a degree in acupuncture. Julie treats a variety of issues including pain, stress and anxiety states, digestive disorders and allergies, side effects from chemotherapy and women's issues like PMS and menopause. Her other passion is the healing power of food and nutrition, and Julie helps patients in their healing process by talking to them about ways to incorporate beneficial foods and a healthy diet into their lifestyle routine.

In addition to her studies at AOMA, Julie studied for six weeks at the International TCM Training Program at Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China.