Patti Haught works with each person as a whole and views them as an energetic system rather than individual parts. She specializes in natural integrative remedies to bring the body, mind, and spirit back into balance. Along with a conversation, Patti uses a variety of tools such as a microscope to look at your live blood to see what is actually in the blood, RBTI testing of urine and saliva to see the actual pH of your body, and BioEnergetic assessment tools like ‘ZYTO’ to determine the nutritional support a client could benefit from most efficiently. She focuses on root cause corrections and foundational healthy practices, rather than diagnosing and treating disease. Patti is not a doctor and does not diagnose or treat disease.
Patti offers various BioEnergetic modalities such as Rife technology for gut health and parasites, Neurofeedback for brain issues, Frequency Specific Microcurrent for nerve and muscle pain, TRE for natural stress and trauma release as well as energy healing of the entire being.
She has a passion for helping others find balance, understanding, and gain control over their own well-being. After extensive research and 7 years of training in Trauma Therapy, Energy Healing, Neurofeedback, and Naturopathy she brings a new and growing modality of self-care to Cookeville. Art to Zen Wellness Center is the result.
Dr. Kil-Young (Ky) Yu has been practicing Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine for 15
years with a specialty in Orthopedics and Sports Medicine. He graduated with a Masters’ degree
from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco in 2006 and a
Doctoral degree from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego in 2020. He
received his Bachelor of Science in Biology and Chemistry from the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Dr. Ky was the Team Acupuncturist to the Golden State Warriors for five seasons (2013-
2018), which included four NBA Finals and winning three championships. He traveled
extensively with the Warriors as a core member of the Medical Team during the regular season
and all throughout the playoffs. He was the Team Acupuncturist to the San Francisco 49ers for
four seasons (2014-2018). He worked for five years (2013-2018) at the Facebook Wellness
Center at their main headquarters in Menlo Park, CA working alongside Physicians, Nurses,
Psychologists, Physicals Therapists, Chiropractors, and other specialized providers and was one
of the first acupuncturists hired. He worked for seven years (2011-2018) at Highland Hospital in
their Division of Integrative Medicine providing in-patient and out-patient care for the
underserved community in Oakland, CA. While at Highland Hospital, he was involved in a
“Feasibility Study of Acupuncture in the ICU for Pain and Nausea”.
Dr. Ky moved to Tennessee in 2019 to be closer to family and to enjoy a slower pace of
life, but most importantly to spend more time with his wife and three-year old daughter. He
currently has a private practice and works as a Community Care Provider with the Department of
Veterans Affair providing acupuncture services for veterans in the surrounding areas of
Cookeville, TN. He’s currently accepting Veterans Affairs and BCBS TN insurance.