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Dina graduated from Brian Utting School of Massage, and has been practicing massage since 1996. She specializes in results-oriented treatment work, including injuries, sports performance, post-surgery, and chronic or repetitive injury treatment. She also has extensive training in a variety of other modalities, including relaxation and hot stone massage, neuromuscular techniques, and several Asian modalities. Dina wanted to take her massage training even further, and completed her Master’s degree at Bastyr University in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2007. She has extensive experience with working with people dealing with pain and helping them on their path to regaining full capability.Dina Gosse hung out her shingle in 2000, and hasn't looked back. After 5 years working in mental health care, she got serious about pursuing additional training in health care that would both benefit patients and sustain a healthy balance in her own life. Achieving a massage therapy education in 1996 was just the beginning of a lifetime of body-centered knowledge based on the idea that health and healing information should be accessible for anyone in need of it. She then tackled the Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine program at Bastyr University in 2007, traveling to Shanghai to complete clinical training. Bringing this knowledge back to her practice in North Bend has benefitted her patients in many ways. "I can speak about an illness or injury from several different perspectives, and draw from 5,000 years of wisdom of the Chinese medical traditions." Dina continues to grow through volunteering and through speaking to patients themselves. We have a lot to teach each other.Dina Gosse is a Washington State licensed acupuncturist and licensed massage practitioner. She has over 15 years' experience treating pain and injury. With techniques rooted in an extensive knowledge of anatomy, injury, and healing, she takes the time to make sure that the patient fully understands both the dysfunction and the treatment goals so as to be true partners with each patient in their recovery process.

She studied acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine at Bastyr University, where she traveled to Shanghai, China to complete her clinical training. She volunteered in Port au Prince in 2010 to provide acupuncture for those affected by Haiti's earthquake.

Acupuncture and Chinese herbs are an amazing addition to patients' health care options. Many people struggle with symptoms that haven't been addressed satisfactorily with other treatment methods. Dina makes this information more approachable for new patients to consider. Become reacquainted with your health.

Cascadia Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine