"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better"
One of the fundamental concepts of Traditional Chinese Medicine is an emphasis on being in tune with one's external environment and following the ways and rhythms of nature. The healing power of nature and plants is utilized through herbal medicine. Acupuncture aims to balance the body and its systems so that it can heal itself. Healing Nature Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine offers a holistic and natural approach to healthcare and well-being in New Orleans.
Dr. Kate Iberg values the natural world and maintaining a connection with it. She appreciates that Chinese Medicine offers natural methods to heal the body and mind. Dr. Kate enjoys working with all ages, from infants to the elderly. She speaks proficient French as well as some Spanish, and is happy to work with patients in those languages.
Social justice and equitable access to healthcare are very important to Dr. Kate. She has been working to unlearn racism and better understand the problematic history of our medical system's mistreatment of the global majority. She has attended cultural competency courses and strives to provide a safe environment for all people. Dr. Kate is happy to offer referrals to other practitioners that may better fit people's preferences.
Dr. Kate Iberg enjoys working with pain, mental health, gastrointestinal issues, dermatological conditions, and sexual and reproductive health concerns. She works with many fertility patients, whether they are trying naturally or undergoing fertility treatments, and she particularly enjoys working with LGBTQIA+ fertility patients. Dr. Kate is credentialed to provide acupuncture at Audubon Surgery Center in New Orleans for In vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures. She also provides care for veterans as part of the community care program with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
Dr. Kate Iberg received her Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine from Pacific College of Health and Science (formerly known as Pacific College of Oriental Medicine) in Chicago and San Diego. She is nationally board certified by the NCCAOM as a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine. Dr. Kate served as secretary for the Acupuncture Association of Louisiana. She was awarded the Trudy McAlister Foundation Scholarship during her graduate studies. Dr. Kate is a Licensed Acupuncturist in Louisiana and Colorado.
"Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished"
"Nature is the source of all true knowledge"
-Leonardo Da Vinci
Initial consultation and treatment: $100
Follow-up treatment: $85
Treatment price does not include the cost of herbs, which varies between roughly $8 and $25 for two-weeks worth, should you be interested in herbal medicine.
Funding is currently available to offset the cost of treatment for Black, Indigenous, and people of color, should these prices be unaffordable. This is in response to racial health disparities, systemic racism, and the historic abuse of the global majority by our medical system. I am currently accepting donations to this fund.
Bike Easy members are offered $15 off of the initial visit.