Dr. Ann Doggett
Doctor of Chiropractic
MS Human Nutrition
Dr. Ann has helped countless patients across the country through nutrition counseling and chiropractic care. She focuses on analyzing the origin of health issues and identifying underlying causes of symptoms, allowing her to formulate individualized plans for each patient.
Dr. Ann has over 30 years of clinical experience, and is the owner of WholeBody Solutions. She received her Doctorate of Chiropractic from the New York Chiropractic College in 1989. After she began her solo practice in 1989, she completed her Master’s Degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport in 2000, Advanced clinically trained in Nutrition Response testing from Ulan Nutritional Systems in 2006, Certification in Practical Herbal Therapy from the Australian College of Phytotherapy in 2008, and Certification from the Energetix College of BioEnergetic Medicine in 2013.
Dr. Ann’s areas of expertise:
- Energetic Muscle Testing
- Whole Food Supplements
- Certified Clinical Herbalist
- SOT basic
- Applied Kinesiology, Extremity Adjusting
- State-of-the-art chiropractic instrument assisted technology
Dr. Ann’s education:
- New York Chiropractic College, Glens Falls, NY
- University of Bridgeport in Connecticut, MS, Human Nutrition
- Undergraduate studies at Bowdoin College, ME
Patrick is a licensed acupuncturist who graduated from New England School of Acupuncture (NESA) in 1987, where he also served as a faculty member, teaching Ear Acupuncture and Clinical Internship Prerequisites. He also supervised at the school’s Student Clinic.
Patrick’s goal is to help strengthen, balance, and maintain regained health for every patient he works with. He believes health is a key factor in maintaining a balanced mind and body.
A Quincy native, Jen fell in love with acupuncture and Chinese medicine as a young adult and decided to make it her career. She attended the New England School of Acupuncture in Newton, MA and graduated from Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder, CO. Jen also holds a Bachelor’s degree from Bridgewater State University and a Master’s degree from Boston College. Before she moved back to Boston, Jen co-founded Left Hand Community Acupuncture in Lafayette, CO. In addition to her work at WholeBody Solutions, Jen also manages the detox acupuncture clinic at Fenway Health in their Addiction Recovery & Wellness Program. On her days off, she enjoys running, discovering new eateries around town and spending time with her friends and family.
Chinese Herbal Medicine
Meghan K. McGonagle, LAc, MAOM, Dipl. OM (NCCAOM), is an interdisciplinary practitioner who combines different modalities to create a unique and powerful healing experience. She is a board-certified, licensed acupuncturist, registered with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. She is a Reiki Master Teacher in the Usui tradition, who has been attuned since 2008. Meghan is also a craniosacral practitioner who specializes in the Parson’s Method.
Meghan graduated from New England School of Acupuncture (NESA) in 2014, the oldest accredited institution for Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine in the United States. She studied Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chinese Herbal Medicine, and Japanese Style Acupuncture. NESA has since become part of the Massachusetts College of Pharmacology and Health Sciences (MCPHS), where Meghan has been an adjunct faculty member. She is a past Board Member of the Acupuncture Society of Massachusetts.
Although Meghan has experience treating a wide variety of conditions, she specializes in Mental Health and Stress Management, Women's Health and Fertility, as well as Headaches and Migraines.
Zhuojun Chen (Betty)
Licensed Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist
With 5 years of Traditional Chinese Medicine training and 3 years of Orthopedic training in China, Betty has followed hundreds of patients in three hospitals during her training. She has a very good understanding of treating pain, infertility diseases and respiratory diseases by using acupuncture and traditional Chinese herbal medicine. She also graduated from New England School of Acupuncture with a Master’s Degree in Acupuncture, Herbs and Japanese Acupuncture. Betty found the Japanese style of acupuncture very effective in treating pediatric diseases and anxiety.
Nancy Loedy, B.M.
Nancy’s previous career was in music, where she was a saxophonist, teacher, composer, band leader and conductor. A Bachelor of Music in Saxophone Performance from the University of Denver, Nancy started practicing yoga, after long years on the road touring the east coast left her with migraines and back problems. She began her career in health by completing a 200-hour yoga certification with Marianne Wells in 2009.
BIT helped Nancy recover from two car accidents. She experienced first-hand how effective the BIT process can be on someone who has gone through a traumatic experience, which makes her a skilled practitioner of the Brain Integration Technique.
- 2011 Certified Crossinology Brain Integration Practitioner
- 2011 Muscle ReActivation
- 2011 Applied Physiology
- 2011 Advanced Brain Integration
- 2009 RYT-200 Registered Yoga Teacher Certification
- 2009 Reiki Level I
Elizabeth previous career was in healthcare. An Associate in Psychology, Liz started practicing touch for health in 2017. Liz had a strong interest in Eastern medicine, and wanted to start pursuing Brain Integration. BIT helped Liz strengthen her relationships with her family and friends, and wanted to help other people.
2017 TFH Level 1
2019 Master Level Reiki
2021 Certified Crossinology Brain Integration Practitioner
2021 Muscle ReActivation
2021 Applied Physiology
2021 Advanced Brain Integration
Holistic Health Coach
Suzanne Falco is a Holistic Health Coach and a graduate of Bridgewater State University (1984) and the Institute of Integrative Nutrition (2010). Since graduating in 2010, Suzanne has counseled patients in nutrition at several South Shore medical offices in addition to working for WBZ radio as a nutrition expert, working on the set of a television pilot as a holistic caterer, and taking care of her six children and four grandchildren.
Suzanne is a passionate advocate in the recovery community since the passing of her son Bo, who died in 2008 after struggling with addiction and depression. She has been a voice for other parents who have had to deal with this disease and has worked diligently to combat the stigma of addiction by hosting speakers at South Shore schools and providing interventions to families when needed.
Suzanne is the President of and holistic nutrition counselor for the Bo Foundation which offers services to young people in recovery, including summer evening leadership camps.
Suzanne is highly skilled, seasoned nutritionist, who believes in whole foods as a way to support the body towards healing and wholeness. She helps guide clients to optimal health and wellness through proper individualized nutritional counseling and supplementation. Suzanne also writes a weekly recipe column for the Quincy Sun.