Nicole Fillion-Robin is a solution-focused practitioner who believes in meeting patients where they are and helping them live as they aspire to. After a career of helping others in the non-profit sector for almost a decade, she found acupuncture as a solution for her own chronic health problems and was immediately drawn to it. Her specialties include gastrointestinal health, hospice, mental health and pain management.
Nicole is currently a student of acupuncture and herbal medicine at AOMA School of Integrative Medicine in Austin, TX, and graduates in April 2020 with a Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
She completed her studies and approximately 1,000 supervised clinical hours at AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine (Austin, TX) and Chengdu TCM Hospital (Sichuan, China), as well as providing care at Austin Recovery Center, Seton McCarthy Community Health Center, and Kerrville Folk Festival.
She has taught community Qigong classes at Seton McCarthy Community Clinic and AOMA's campus, and loves introducing patients to mind-body movements they can use at home.
She also hosts informational wellness series online with Jenna Valentine of www.valentinecare.com called "How the Heck?".
Continuing Education and Certifications
National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA)
Battlefield Acupuncture Certified
Acupuncture on Musculoskeletal Disorders & Soft Tissue Injuries
Facial Acupuncture (Dr. Wu style)
CNT (Clean Needle Technique)
Mental Health First-Aid Certified
CPR Certified (Adult and Infant)
Professional Awards and Activity
Texas Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Member (TAAOM)
ROUNDUP newsletter author
Two-time Trudy McAlister Foundation Award Recipient
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer