740 Waukegan Road, Suite 107, Deerfield, IL 60015
Cinamon Kimbrough LAc, LMT. I pursued my TCM degree and graduated from The Midwest College of Oriental Medicine (2015) and have implemented these doctrines and treatment to my therapy. I address the muscular, visceral, meridian and nervous systems disruptions, thus assisting the whole person’s innate healing response.The fascia, tendon and muscle tissue are a great indicator of dysfunction and health. Deficiencies, poor nutrition/absorption, decreased circulation, adrenal/energy fatigue, hormonal changes, trauma and excessive environmental conditions can lead to rigid muscles, inflammation, atrophy and/or pain. This can inhibit blood flow, lymph, waste elimination and eventually affect organ functions. Muscle balance is also important in pain management especially with lifestyle conditions including sitting, lifting, poor sleep habits and long hours. This is where we begin. I assess the body using orthopedic testing, palpating musculoskeletal findings, TCM diagnostics and environmental factors, trauma and medical history to create a treatment custom to the individual, integrating with the patient’s physicians and current treatment plan. Optimizing the best possible journey to health and wellness. Shalom.


I care for a patient in the place they are at. The body, mind and spirit have the innate ability to heal and transform. I include my 15 years of bodywork and education in each individual, yet allow the patient to be my teacher in its own process.

I believe with this wellness relationship we find a balance and plan that works for them.

My therapies have centered on pain management for over 10 years. Working closely with patients and their physicians to find the best customized treatment for the individual. My philosophy is rooted in a holistic childhood which included cranio-sacral, nutrition, spiritual discipline and wellness as a lifestyle. Later, I learned from my father, Dr. Harris M. Kimbrough, Jr. D. D.S. co founder of the WGSTD dental group, after attending The Chicago School of Massage (Cortiva-2007.)