Erin N. Moore, MD graduated medical school in 2006 and completed her internal medicine residency in 2009 at the University of Kentucky. She practiced primary care in the university setting, then later at the Veteran's Affairs Hospital, serving as the Medical Director of Women's Health. After seeking acupuncture for treatment herself and receiving amazing results, she became passionate about acupuncture and alternative medicine.
She sought acupuncture training with Dr. Joe Helms at Helms Medical Institute, completing her training in 2015. After moving to the Richmond, Virginia area, she decided to focus on providing acupuncture only, opening Commonwealth Medical Acupuncture in 2017. She is a member of The American Academy of Medical Acupuncture.
Dr. Moore became certified in Plant Based Nutrition through the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies at eCornell in 2016. She believes eating a predominately whole food plant based diet is healthiest for the body.
In her spare time, she enjoys long distance running, yoga, reading and spending time outdoors in beautiful RVA. She also serves as a board member for the nonprofit Girls on the Run of Greater Richmond.
Mattie works part time as the customer service representative. She is not that great at answering the telephone, but excels at greeting patients when they come into the office. She especially loves to hang out in the treatment room. In her spare time she enjoys chasing squirrels and playing ball.