Robert Turchyn, RH, RA, AET
Robert Turchyn, owner of Kauai Island Health (PFNS), has extensive training in the safe use of herbs and essential oils. He is fluent in their applications in healthcare, ranging from traditional indigenous models of herbalism to modern clinical phytotherapy. His certification as a professional herbalist (RH) by the American Herbalists Guild (AHG) is a recognition of competency in botanical medicine. The AHG is the only peer review organization in the United States for professional herbalists specializing in the medicinal use of plants. The Aromatherapy Registration Council (ARC), only certifies as Registered Aromatherapists (RA) those professionals who sit for an exam, administered by a national testing company (PTC) demonstrating knowledge in the safe administration of essential oils. Mr. Turchyn is the only ARC certified essential oil therapist in the State of Hawaii, and one of fewer than 100 nationwide.
“Our clinic is set up around the idea that physical activity is essential for optimal wellness. “I’ve yet to see any form of foundational training as effective for chronic pain and musculoskeletal issues as Postural Therapy, certified by Egoscue University. Twenty years experience, both as a client and a practitioner, convinced him that this unique form of postural therapy merited a prominent place in the clinic, “there is no system in the human body that regular functional movement, in the form of exercise, doesn’t benefit.”
Holistic Healthcare Practitioner
Registered Aromatherapist (RA)
Certified Herbal Clinician
Advanced Exercise Specialist (AET)
Registered Herbalist (RH)
National Association of Holistic Aromatherapist
The American Botanical Council
Victoria Wright has been practicing Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine for more than 33 years. She received her Bachelor of Science and Doctorate in Oriental Medicine at SAMRA University of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Los Angeles (also, B.A. from University of Washington, 1967)
Licensed in California in 1983, Victoria established a private practice and worked with a Pain Management Team at San Pedro Peninsula Hospital. She later developed the Acupuncture Department at South Coast Medical Center Hospital in Orange County, California, where she worked with pain, substance abuse and post-surgical problems.
Wright taught at Emperor's College of Acupuncture and SAMRA University, including special seminars to prepare graduating classes for the State Board Exam. A founding member of the California Acupuncture Association, Wright served on the State Board of Directors and was founder and Executive Editor of the CAA Phoenix Journal for five years. She helped to develop and teach an acupuncture program for dentists at the University of California (UCLA) before moving to Kauai in 1991. Her current practice specializes in women's health, pain management and traumatic injury recovery.