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East Troy Acupuncture

Brandon LaGreca, CAc, MAcOM

Brandon LaGreca is a 2005 graduate of the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine, a certified acupuncturist in the state of Wisconsin, and is nationally certified in the practice of Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).  

Having been exposed to acupuncture at a young age, Brandon began his formal study of traditional Chinese medicine through the practice of Qigong at age thirteen. Following the completion of his masters degree in Acupuncture and Oriental medicine, he continued his education with post-graduate clinical work in Nanjing, China.

Brandon is the founder and director of East Troy Acupuncture, an integrative medical clinic serving southeast Wisconsin, where he specializes in whole-food nutrition and ancestral health.  

With a strong commitment to holistic health, Brandon is a thought leader in the synthesis of traditional and functional medicine, authoring numerous articles on the subject.  When not researching and practicing holistic medicine, he studies the healing power of traditional diets and is a chapter leader for the Weston A. Price Foundation

Fee Schedule


  • Initial Consultation & Treatment – $85
  • Follow-up Treatment, private – $60
  • Follow-up Treatment, community – $20-$50 (sliding scale)

Laser Acupuncture

  • Initial Consultation & Treatment – $85
  • Follow-up Treatment, private – $60

Herbal/Nutritional Consultation

  • 60 minutes – $90
  • 30 minutes – $60

Phone Consultation

  • 60 minutes – $120
  • 30 minutes – $90

Weight Loss Program

  • Consultation + 21 Day Purification Kit – $295

Smoking Cessation Program

  • 5 treatments – $100

Brandon’s Portfolio

Empowered Patient Blog

Oriental Medicine Journal – The Successful Application of Distal Acupuncture for Head Pain
Medicinal Roots Magazine – Advertising Critical Thinking
Weston A. Price Foundation – Tostones (Recipe)

SP News – Streamline Office Processes by Prompting Patient Action
SP News – Change Excuses to Action With Incentives
SP News – 3 Things Your Patients Need to Have a Successful Outcome
SP News – The Disservice of Sympathy
SP News – Empathy Makes a Difference in Complete Care
SP News – Draw Upon Collective Expertise to Garner Confidence
SP News – Conscientious Word Choice Can Illuminate Path to Positive Outcome
SP News – Make Office Life Easier for Staff and Yourself With Scripts
SP News – Encouraging Comprehension and Compliance With Scripts

Columnist for Acupuncture Today
Acupuncture Today – The Qigong Master
Acupuncture Today – An Algorithm for Lower Back Pain
Acupuncture Today – Apps for the Modern Acupuncturist
Acupuncture Today – Heat or Cold? Choosing the Best Option for Pain

Acupuncture Today – Treating the Terrain of Chronic Sinus Infections
Acupuncture Today – Flirting with Alternative Therapies
Acupuncture Today – A Simple Protocol for Holiday Stress
Acupuncture Today – Distal Style Treatment of Neurogenic Pain
Acupuncture Today – The Name Game

The Illinois Acupuncturist – Treating Neurogenic Pain

Contributing Work

Epoch Times – Prolong Your Life by Balancing and Preserving Your Life’s Essence
Epoch Times – Understanding the Heart of Chinese Medicine
Epoch Times – For Faster Healing Use Heat, Not Ice
Epoch Times – Why Cold Weather Causes Colds


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