Kayla was introduced to acupuncture at ten years old to help treat migraines and digestive issues. Since then, she has been a regular patient, with acupuncture helping her “in countless ways.” Wanting to “work in a field where I could help people,” Kayla decided to pursue a degree in acupuncture “because of how it looks at the body holistically and can treat mind and body together.”
Kayla received her Master's Degree in Acupuncture from the New York College of Health Professions. Since graduating, she has practiced in New York City and Long Island and enjoys working with women’s health, mental health, migraines and headaches, insomnia, pediatrics, and pain management patients.
Kayla looks forward to working in Olo’s “warm and welcoming environment, with the option for both community and private rooms…. patients can have the type of treatment that feels comfortable for them.” Outside of acupuncture, Kayla is passionate about music–singing as well as playing the guitar and piano. She also loves animals, especially her cat Luna.