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All Acupuncturists at the BAC have completed national requirements for licensure, and passed the NCCAOM board exams.  They maintain annual continuing educational credits per Idaho Bureau of Occupational Licenses.   Our Licensed Acupuncturist have obtained Masters degrees in Oriental Medicine requiring over 3000 hours with 1000 of that spent clinically, and  are trained in both Herbology and proper needle handling.  
Here are the Members and a little info about them.


  DaLyn Greer – Office Manager

 DaLyn Greer

DaLyn Tolman Greer joins Boise Acupuncture Co-op (BAC) with enthusiasm, passion and a love for details. She worked at a bank before getting married and starting a family. She raised three beautiful children all of which live in the Treasure Valley. DaLyn worked as an office manager for a DO in Colorado Springs, Co. Upon moving to Idaho, she began working for Data Imaging, Inc., managing their Document Conversion Center.

After aggravating a chronic back injury a few years ago that prevented her from working full-time, she sought help from the medical community that offered her no permanent solution short of back surgery and drugs. In tears, DaLyn went to The People’s Clinic, here in Boise to seek a “drug free” alternative for the pain. Acupuncture from Stacey Kelsey and Gretchen Huettig and physical therapy from pt180 has changed her life. DaLyn’s back has never felt better, her husband calls it, “her miracle back”. She is honored and excited to be a part of BAC and to be working with Gretchen, Stacey, and all the wonderful volunteers. She believes in community acupuncture because plain and simple, it works and it’s affordable.  When DaLyn is not at the BAC, she is babysitting her grandson’s, and hanging with her family and dog Sophie.

Gretchen Huettig – Acupuncturist

Gretchen Huettig

Gretchen Huettig, L.Ac., graduated from Bastyr University in 2008 with a master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She is a licensed acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist by the state of Idaho.

Since graduating she worked as a community acupuncturist at The People’s Clinic, for 4 1⁄2 years. She decided to leave The People’s Clinic to pursue her dream of working in a cooperative community acupuncture clinic. Gretchen is an enthusiastic and supportive acupuncturist. She enjoys being part of the healing process and empowering patients to heal themselves. She appreciates community acupuncture because of what it has to offer to the healing process, creating an environment that provides more than a treatment alone can offer. When not needling people, Gretchen can be found running around with her two small boys and husband, and often a cat or two. She enjoys the outdoors and connecting with nature.

Shanell Rodriguez -Acupuncturist

received_467886603564517Shanell Rodriguez L.Ac. graduated from Five Branches University in Santa Cruz, CA with a Masters in Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist by the state of Idaho and is certified by the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association.

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Shanell has been receiving acupuncture since she was a teenager! After experiencing quick relief from her chronic foot pain she was completely sold on acupuncture and continued to go to promote her overall wellbeing. It was then she learned about the power of holistic health and preventative medicine. Now as a practitioner, Shanell offers gentle and effective treatments to uncover and treat the root cause of your complaint. She is grateful to be a part of a larger mission to offer regular and consistent treatments at an affordable cost for all. When not at the BAC, Shanell likes to go on hikes, play with herbs, garden and love up on her golden retriever Luna.

Stacey Kelsey – Acupuncturist

Stacey Kelsey

Stacey Kelsey, L.Ac., graduated from Oregon College of Oriental Medicine with her Masters degree September 2009, as a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist.  Stacey has been practicing acupuncture and herbs in Boise for the past 7 years, at The People’s Clinic & Boise Acupuncture Co-op.

After training in Portland Oregon, Stacey returned to the Treasure Valley to offer relief to those in her community. She believes the supportive community setting of group acupuncture allows a person to get regular treatments and get their body back into balance.  She has always been interested in finding affordable healthcare, and has made it her personal mission to help those who suffer find relief from their ailments.  Stacey provides friendly, caring, and individualized treatments to help reach your wellness goals.  When she’s not acupuncturing people, she’s often talking about acupuncturing people.  Stacey values spending time with friends and family, gardening, outdoors, and community events.