Our Acupuncturists

Kim Fong, MSAc, MAPT


Kim has been practicing as a progressive healthcare professional for over fifteen years. She started Health in Motion over 17 years ago, offering Westfield NJ Acupuncture,  Holistic Physical Therapy, Yoga and Pilates!

She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in biological sciences with a minor in psychology from Rutgers College in 1991. She furthered her interest in the human body and movements with a Master’s degree in physical therapy and a Bachelor’s degree in health sciences from Touro College in 1995.

Kim then pursued and received a second graduate degree, the Master’s in acupuncture and Bachelor’s in professional studies from Tri-State College of Acupuncture in 2001. ​Her continuing education studies focus on Neuro-muscular Development Technique training with Lois Bly; TAMO techniques; MFR (myofascial release) techniques with the renowned John Barnes; Muscle Energy Technique with Shirley Sahrmann; Craniosacral Therapy from the Upledger Institute, Yin Yoga with Sarah Powers and Tai Chi/Qi Gong studies.

Kim holds certifications in Advanced Acupuncture Training from the nationally recognized Institute of Integrated Medicine of Fu Dan University (formerly Shanghai University) in Shanghai, China (2001), Facial Rejuvenation with Acupuncture (2003), Yin Yoga (2007), Yoga RYT 200hr (2015) and Pilates Reformer 1 (2016). 

David Dias, MSAc


  David Dias is the newest addition to the Health in Motion team. Prior to joining us, he worked as a physical therapy aide/rehab specialist for twelve years. His extensive background in the physical medicine field brought him to Traditional Chinese Medicine as an additional skill set to treat patients with acute and chronic pain. Once David became immersed in his TCM studies he learned of the significant benefits it provides for neurological and mental health conditions tying in his undergrad studies.

David maintains his BLS/CPR certifications through the American Heart Association and is a certified Strength and Conditioning specialist through the NSCA. He is also a Functional Movement Screen specialist, as well as an American Council on Exercise (ACE) orthopedic and Corrective Exercise Specialist and personal trainer. David is an NCCAOM Diplomate of Acupuncture and is licensed by the New Jersey State Medical Board in acupuncture.

David received a dual bachelor’s degree in Biology/Psychology from Kean University and a master’s degree in Acupuncture from The Eastern School of Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine. 


Meg Coons, MAcOM


 After many years of struggling with a myriad of health issues, Meg participated in a health and wellness program based on traditional Chinese medicine principles – Dragon's Way Qigong. To her surprise, she noticed her health improving for the first time in years. Curious about the power of traditional Chinese medicine, Meg became a patient and her health returned. Because of this life-changing experience Meg enrolled in acupuncture school.

Meg received her Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from AOMA The Graduate School of Integrative Medicine 14 years ago. She is NCCAOM board certified in acupuncture, herbology and biomedicine. Her areas of specialty are digestive disorders, emotional health, women's health, allergies and weight loss.

Meg continued her Qigong energy practice and became a student of Grand Master Nan Lu, creator of Dragon's Way Qigong and Doctor of Oriental Medicine. He is an internationally recognized Taiji and Qigong Master and founded Traditional Chinese Medicine World Foundation and the Tao of Healing centers of NY. Not wanting to keep things to herself, Meg wanted to share the wisdom of this ancient energy practice and sought Dragon's Way Qigong instructor certification which she received under the direct guidance of Grand Master Lu. Meg has been a student of Grand Master Lu for 20 years and continues to study with him. She is also a Level II certified Medical Qigong practitioner and certified Breast Cancer Prevention Project Trainer, also a Qigong-based wellness program for women.

When not treating patients, Meg can most certainly be found in her kitchen experimenting with world cuisine to share with her husband, sisters and friends.