Alana Maddox returned to Louisville after living in Hawaii, Texas, Georgia and West Virginia. Her education includes a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Henderson State University and a Master’s degree in Public Administration from U of L. She worked many years in social service administration, and now does part time work and contract work with two different social services agencies. She enjoys reading, tai chi, theatre and spending time with her two adult sons. Alana is passionate about acupuncture and especially Community Supported Acupuncture because it changed the quality of her life.
Cyndi is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Kentucky and holds a Master of Science in Social Work from the University of Louisville. She has earned certification as a Compassion Fatigue Professional through the International Association of Trauma Professionals and is a member of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science. Cyndi shares her knowledge with others by providing supervision, consultation, and workshops. She volunteers with Give An Hour.
Dr. Rex Lagerstrom, MD
Dr. Lagerstrom has been practicing medicine since 1985 and has been in private practice in Internal Medicine from 1998-2021. He is generously offering his expertise at Community Supported Acupuncture for any patients interested in learning more about how to navigate their complex health concerns.
Stepheni Wilson is a long time resident of Louisville. She is a retired IT professional and currently, an avid gardener. Stepheni became acquainted with Community Supported Acupuncture in 2014 when she fell and broke her knee cap while working in her garden. She quickly saw the benefits and value of acupuncture as practiced by Matao Bernal. Since then, she has become a regular patient of his. Her appreciation of the practice has grown over the years and she now clearly sees what a valuable resource Community Supported Acupuncture is to the Louisville Metro area. Stepheni began serving on the board of directors for Community Supported Acupuncture in 2018. Recently, she accepted the role of president and is looking forward to helping to guide the organization into the coming year.