Megan Bartelt Clinic Director/Acupuncturist L.Ac., MSOM, Dipl. Ac. Megan graduated with a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine from Midwest College of Oriental Medicine. She has given many patients relief from a variety of health issues including:
anxiety and depression
Megan has extensive training in a specific type of scalp acupuncture which she finds to be incredibly helpful with diseases such as Parkinson's and Multiple Sclerosis, and especially enjoys the challenge of working with these difficult cases. Megan has particular specialization, education, and experience in dealing with Women's Health, fertility, and issues relating to pregnancy. During her Masters program, Megan's studies had focus surrounding the implementation of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture relating to infertility. As a new mother, Megan has developed an even stronger interest in the use of acupuncture and Chinese medicine during pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum.
Favorite Acu-point: Du 20 - Bai Hui Favorite Herb: Bai Shao Favorite Essential Oil: Chamomile
Corrine Rathbun Acupuncturist L.Ac., MSOM, LMT Corrine has been training in the Chinese healing arts since 2001. Ms. Rathbun received her formal training in Massage Therapy at The East-West Healing Arts Institute, Madison, WI and holds a Bachelors of Science in Nutrition and a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine from the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine, Racine, WI where she trained in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbalism. She is a Certified Clinical Aromatherapy Practitioner and Qigong, Taiji, and meditation teacher. Corrine has special interest in helping patients with:
stress and mood disorders
headache and migraine care
In addition to acupuncture and massage, Corrine finds that gua sha and cupping are two of the most effective tools she uses. She is dedicated to helping patients find peace, healing and well-being through Chinese and Integrative Medicine in a safe and nurturing environment. After working in a large medical institution for a decade, Corrine joined Bartelt Acupuncture in Fall, 2015. Working for a small, private practice has given her the freedom to provide each of her patients with personalized care.
In her spare time, Corrine enjoys traveling, antiquing, and entertaining friends and family. She lives with her daughter in Oshkosh, her hometown, joyful to be serving the community she loves.
Favorite Acu-point: PC6 - Nei Guan Favorite Herb: Valerian Favorite Essential Oil: Rose
Clinic Support Staff
Aleshia Olson Office Manager Health Specialist and Nutritional Consultant Certified Personal Trainer As the Office Manager Aleshia oversees the daily business functions of the office, offering clients superior customer service in handling scheduling, billing, and more. Aleshia holds a certificate as a health specialist and nutritional consultant from Trinity School of Natural Health. In 2013 she also added a certificate as a personal trainer from the American Council on Exercise. Aleshia has spent the past five years working in the natural health field. Her main focus is in aromatherapy and therapeutic use of essential oils. She enjoys teaching classes and educating people on the benefits and uses of essential oils in their daily lives.
Aleshia strongly believes in the benefits of Acupuncture as she has seen first hand the gifts it has brought to her life. She and her husband recently welcomed their first child. After years of struggling to conceive, Aleshia sought out Megan's help. Through regular acupuncture treatments, and Chinese herbs, she and her husband were able to welcome a beautiful little girl to the world. She loves being a mom. Also in her spare time she enjoys walking, gardening, and cooking.
Brynn Rathsack Patient Access Specialist B.S. Biology - Healthcare Business Emphasis Psychology Minor
In the spring of 2014, Brynn received her degree from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. While attending college she was chosen, along with four other students, to travel to Allendorf, Germany and take part in a two month internship at Viessmann. Viessmann is a top company in sustainable heating, industrial, and refrigeration systems and has a relationship with UWO since the university is a proactive leader in the Green Initiative. While she was there, she worked beside a German intern who was also in college and studied Health Management at the time. Brynn was able to further develop her communication, business, and computer skills over the course of the internship.
Brynn has a passion for anything health related and is always eager to learn something new when it comes to the human body. She tries to incorporate healthy decisions in her everyday life. Brynn loves cooking and enjoys learning how to not only make dishes that taste delicious, but are also nutritious to eat. Brynn's other interests include traveling, attending concerts, and spending time with those closest to her.