Adam Gloyeske, L.Ac.
A lot of education was required to get where I am today, with it all starting upon graduation from Badin High School in 2008. I graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science from Northern Kentucky University in 2013. For my Acupuncture training, I completed my Masters in Traditional Chinese Medicine at the American Institute of Alternative Medicine (AIAM) in Columbus, OH in 2016, graduating Magna Cum Laude. I first became interested in acupuncture in 2010 when a toe injury sidelined me from competing in Cross Country. With the help of other integrative medicine, acupuncture was the modality that allowed my toe to make a full recovery. I was so thrilled that I decided to become an acupuncturist to offer this great medicine to others. At AIAM, I was trained by some of the best practitioners in Ohio and China. I gained invaluable clinical experience by treating complex cases, and gained a reputation of being a present, compassionate, and knowledgeable practitioner.
I believe acupuncture can treat many conditions, especially when combined with other modalities. I will always give my time and energy to those in need and would love to work with you!
I became interested in acupuncture the way most practitioners tend to become interested in any kind of healthcare. Getting it done. I had run cross country and track in high school and was fortunate enough to continue to compete at the collegiate level. In 2010, I suffered a big toe injury in a car accident, which also led to plantar fasciitis. The pain sidelined my 2010 cross country season, but, had I known how much acupuncture would have helped, I would have been able to compete. My first acupuncturist helped heal my toe in 3 weeks. While other modalities certainly helped, there was still something missing. Acupuncture was that missing link!
During my time at AIAM, I became interested in marathons. If I wasn’t studying or treating patients in clinic, then I was typically out running in nature. With the demand that marathon training places on the body physically and mentally, I was able to remain healthy by being treated in clinic at AIAM with acupuncture, getting chiropractic care, and Muscle Activation Therapy. I was able to win the grueling 2015 Flying Pig Marathon in 2:32, which ended up being an unforgettable experience. The love and support of my family, friends, and healthcare practitioners were vital for that memory.
The experience I have had with acupuncture has taught me just how much it’s needed today and how many diverse conditions it can treat.