Acupuncture. Cupping. Gua Sha. 


1st Visit $65 (Includes Consultation)

$50 Each Visit Thereafter



CLASSICAL ACUPUNCTURE utilizes 62 meridians or energy pathways. Each needle manipulation can elicit profound changes in the health of Acupuncture patients.  

CUPPING is a therapy in which heated glass cups are applied to the skin along different meridians of the body.  The suction stimulates the flow of energy and draws toxins out of the muscle.

GUA SHA (aka Scraping) is a traditional Chinese Medical Treatment in which the skin is scraped to produce light petechiae.  This increases the blood flow to the treated area.

The Cryo House is now offering Acupuncture, Cupping, Gua Sha.

Please Call (859)221-0243 for details.

Evan Brown L.Ac., Dipl. Ac. (NCCAOM)

Evan attended The Jung Tao School of Classical Chinese Medicine, one of the few classical schools of Chinese Medicine in the United States.  He is licensed and board certified in Kentucky and, at the national level, by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM), as a Diplomate of Acupuncture.  In addition to a four year, graduate degree in Classical Chinese Medicine, Evan also has degrees in Biology and Forensic Science, from the University of Kentucky and Eastern Kentucky University, respectively.

Evan specializes in a classical style of acupuncture called I-Ching / BaGua acupuncture, which is a highly effective form of ancient acupuncture that excels in treating almost any ailment.  He regularly and effectively treats back, joint, and neuropathic pain, such as; sciatica, carpal tunnel, and peripheral neuropathy.  Evan also treats many chronic conditions, such as; autoimmune conditions, digestive issues, and hormonal imbalances.  While most patients will require a series of treatments to fully resolve or manage their issue, they will usually get relief from just one treatment and know that acupuncture works.

A unique aspect of this style of acupuncture is the treatment points and their location.  Many of the treatment points used in I-Ching / BaGua acupuncture are less well known in other styles of acupuncture, while the points chosen will almost always be on the patient’s extremities, from the knees down and the elbows down.

It is a common misconception that acupuncture should be given to the affected area of a patient’s problem. This concept of “local” treatment is usually less effective and requires prolonged treatment to achieve full resolution of symptoms.  

Another advantage of using points on the extremities is their accessibility. You don’t have to change out of your clothing; after removing your shoes and socks, you can rest comfortably, face up, on a treatment table with only your lower arms and legs exposed.

Evan has spent the last few years studying and practicing overseas, primarily in Asia and Europe, before returning to Kentucky.