Two Locations, Open 6 Days a Week
Our acupuncturists and staff take a team approach to collaborate on patient care, because we believe that several minds are better than one. In addition to being knowledgeable, our practitioners communicate with each other and with our patients to ensure good progress and obtain optimal results. Our clinic stays busy but we are not a high volume clinic. We spend quality time with each patient to listen and diagnose in order to provide the best treatment plans. No matter which practitioner you see, all of us will be intimately involved in your treatments. We provide a supportive, relaxing, clean and caring environment, with great practitioners and staff onboard to make sure that each patient receives excellent care.
Annie specializes in:
Annie treats a broad range of health issues and specializes in female fertility, male fertility, pregnancy wellness, acupuncture for pain, acupuncture for teenagers. She has had extensive education and training in the holistic treatment of infertility and its associated conditions. She works on a variety of reproductive disorders, such as PCOS, anovulation, recurrent miscarriage, IUI and IVF support, elevated FSH, premature ovarian failure, male factor infertility, and other challenges women and couples may face in their efforts to conceive and deliver healthy babies. She works with couples to enhance their natural fertility through nutrition, acupuncture, herbal medicine, and exercise and lifestyle adjustments. She has a good understanding of conventional treatments of infertility and works closely with many reproductive endocrinologists, OBGYNs, internists, and supportive practitioners to provide a team approach to her patients’ fertility, pregnancy, and health objectives.
Annie enjoys working with people and helping them to achieve and maintain their health goals. She grew up in Taiwan, where she was taught that good health and bad health don’t happen overnight, and that it is important to invest in long-term wellness. It is part of the Chinese culture to incorporate prevention care and health maintenance into daily life in order to achieve longevity, avoid disease, and maintain a sharp mind. Her clinical philosophy holds a strong focus on education and communication, because she believes that knowledge empowers patients to make the best decisions for their health.
Annie is a Fellow of the American Board of Reproductive Medicine (ABORM). Annie holds a master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and is licensed nationally and by the California State Board to practice acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. She has participated in acupuncture research studies at the California Pacific Medical Center for stroke recovery, and at the Stanford Treatment Research Center for pregnant women and depression. She has also served as faculty at the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco. She received her bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of California, Berkeley.
Jeannette specializes in:
Jeannette specializes in pain relief, digestion, internal medicine, and fertility. Her commitment to holistic health care began in her teens, and she has spent over 20 years studying health and nutrition. Her focus is on finding the common ground between Eastern and Western medical traditions, and she utilizes the best of both to prevent disease and restore health.
She is a graduate of Five Branches University, including advanced studies at a hospital in Hangzhou, China. She has also trained in large clinics in the United States and was a faculty member at the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine.
Jeannette enjoys helping people reclaim their health and their ability to do what they love in life.
Sophia specializes in:
Sophia specializes in women’s health, pain and stress management. She is especially interested in aiding women experiencing menstrual disorders as well as those suffering from menopausal symptoms. This is because her first experience with acupuncture was through the treatment of her severe menstrual cramps and symptoms, and more recently, she watched her own mother battle with the ups and downs of menopause. Sophia is also well versed in treating acute and chronic muscular pains, as well as stress and stress-related insomnia.
She hold a Master’s Degree from Five Branches University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California, Davis. She enjoys teaching patients ways to incorporate parts of Traditional Chinese Medicine into their lives so that it complements today’s modern world. Sophia is fluent in Korean.
Jennifer specializes in:
Jennifer loves practicing Chinese Medicine because of its subtle yet effective way of encouraging the body’s own healing mechanism and bringing the mind to a place of peace. Chinese Medicine philosophy places a strong emphasis on prevention and lifestyle modification, while taking an individual’s specific constitution into account. She believes that health treatment plans should be tailor-made for every body and appreciates practicing a health system that focuses their treatment on the person instead of the disease.
Jennifer is a California licensed acupuncturist and herbalist. She obtained her Masters of Traditional Chinese Medicine at the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco and her undergraduate degree in Molecular and Cell Biology from the University of California, Berkeley. Prior to studying Chinese Medicine, Jennifer was a Research Associate with a focus on immunology at Genentech.
Jennifer’s background in science has driven her to stay on top of both Eastern and Western health news, medical literature, and following ongoing acupuncture and herbal medicine research. She also enjoys cooking and experimenting in the kitchen.
Emily specializes in:
Emily Edmonds L.Ac. believes in treating the individual to treat pain and disease. Emily’s clinical focus is on orthopedics, women’s health and endocrine disorders. She provides her patients with dietary and lifestyle recommendations to attain their treatment goals. Having struggled with migraines and endocrine dysfunction, Emily seeks to help patients achieve balance with their health and well-being.
Emily holds a Master’s of Science in Oriental Medicine from the Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College in Berkeley, California, and a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey. Emily has worked at the UCSF Benioff Children’s hospital in Mission Bay providing community style acupuncture to hospital staff. Additionally, she has completed post-graduate training working with the UC Berkeley Athletics department treating sports injuries and orthopedic conditions for college athletes.
Carla specializes in:
Carla specializes in Fertility, women’s health, postpartum wellness, mental health, chronic pain and stress management. She grew up in Hong Kong where acupuncture and Chinese medicine are widely used and well integrated with modern western medicine. The culture has paved a path for her to seek for holistic treatment whenever it is available. She has many remarkable first hand stories about how Chinese Medicine shaped and changed her life. She has a furry 4 paws at home named Jazzie who turned 14 in Oct ’18. Like Carla, Jazzie is also a beneficiary of acupuncture. She survived from 2 strokes, seizures and a brain tumor. Jazzie receives weekly acupuncture and daily Chinese herbal medicine.
Carla earned her Master’s degree of Traditional Chinese Medicine at American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco, and her undergraduate degree in Finance at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. Before becoming an acupuncturist, she worked in corporate finance management with S&P 500 companies. She understands how stress can impact our well-being and leads to many chronic problems including infertility and mental health. Therefore, the focus on her study has always been on any stress induced illness and women’s health.
Carla loves to travel. She’s a backpacker and hiking enthusiast. Her footprints have covered all continents over 50 countries. The highest point she reached was 17,800 ft. She’s also passionate about and dedicated to non-profit work. She is a member of Acupuncturists Without Borders (AWB) and also a board member of Nepal Education Initiative Organization (NEIO).
Brittany specializes in:
Brittany specializes in fertility, anxiety/depression, dermatology and digestion. Brittany enjoys guiding patients through TCM because she respects the results that have helped her patients as well as herself! The instant calming effects of acupuncture treatments of her own experience led her journey of medicine. She believes that the human body should be recharged and re-calibrated regularly in order to function properly. She enjoys educating patients on different modalities of self-care, self love, and most importantly, self-consistency. She uses the following techniques based on the patients needs: acupuncture, cupping, herbal formulas, food therapy and lifestyle recommendations. She strives to achieve a deep relaxation reset for each patient. She enjoys her line of work because helping others gives her great pleasure. In her spare time she likes making herbal formulas for beauty and wellness, practicing yin yoga, Qi Gong, hiking in the redwood forests, preferably in Yosemite National Park.
Brittany Pickett-Rose is a Doctor of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (DACM). She graduated from American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM) in San Francisco, CA. During Chinese medicine school, Brittany studied abroad in China at the Zhejiang Provincial Hospital where she gained first hand knowledge and experience focused on gynecology, rheumatology, mental health, and dermatology. Prior to medicine, she obtained a Bachelor of Art in Communications and Music Theory from University of San Francisco. She enjoys hiking, yoga and spending time on the coast of California with her family. Her priority in life is to mother her son and dog, and continuing to educate herself on new healing modalities for the mind, body and spirit.
Sandi specializes in:
Sandi’s work focuses on enabling clients to reduce stress, manage pain, relieve anxiety and feel better without medication.
Sandi has been involved in integrative health practices throughout her life and believes that there are multiple approaches to healthcare and well-being. Growing up in Hong Kong, she was introduced to the benefits of Chinese medicine, complementary approaches and Western medicine at an early age. Her association with Dr. Carl Rogers and collaboration with colleagues at the Center for Studies of the Person in the 1970’s have infused all of her work with a person-centered and unconditional listening approach.
Sandi’s commitment to multi-modal support integrates 30+ years as a corporate executive & leadership coach with advanced practices in energy medicine to address factors affecting her clients’ physical/emotional health, interpersonal/team dynamics, and work/life balance. Sandi leverages her broad academic and professional expertise to address the whole person, providing both insights and practical approaches for personal growth and healing. All her approaches are safe, non-invasive, and specifically designed to meet your needs.
Sandi is an Advanced BodyTalk Practitioner, a BodyTalk Access Trainer, a Reiki Master/Teacher, a Tapas Acupressure Technique® Trainer and an Executive Coach. Sandi initiated and leads the Reiki program at Stanford Health Care since 2007. Sandi obtained her Ph.D. (Cultural Anthropology) and both master degrees (Asian Studies & Cultural Anthropology) from Stanford University.
Sandi can be reached at (650) 867-6821, email@example.com, www.en-tegrate.com
Teresa specializes in:
Teresa uses a variety of methods to enhance people’s alignment, increase their movement flexibility, and improve energy flow.
Teresa has a long-term interest in integrative health. She is inspired to help people live in physical, emotional and spiritual balance, enabling them to bring out their best. She enjoys helping people improve their range of motion and to feel better as a person.
Teresa’s sessions will help you feel more relaxed, energized and centered. She is particularly skilled in working with special population groups, such as cancer patients, people with compromised physicality, fibromyalgia, Alzheimer’s, chronic pain, special needs kids and eating disorders. A practitioner with a broad portfolio of treatment options, her sound healing sessions (private or small group) are specifically designed to align and calm the bodymind. Teresa also enjoys working with animal clients, supporting with dogs in training at Guide Dogs for the Blind, as well as with cats at Nine Lives Foundation.
Teresa is a Certified Instructor in pilates, yoga, dance & movement, a Reiki Master/Teacher, a BodyTalk Practitioner and a Certified Wellness Coach. Teresa obtained her MA in Integrative Health from California Institute of Integral Studies and a BA in Dance from Chapman University.
Teresa can be reached at (650) 787-8449, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.movingtoheal.com
Jenny specializes in:
Healthy eating has been important to Jenny throughout her life, carrying on what she learned from her parents who entered the health food industry when whole wheat bread was an anomaly.
Jenny is a nutrition consultant, working with private clients as well as leading interactive workshops. She works with digestion, weight management, stress reduction and fertility as well as overall wellness. Many health imbalances like mood and skin problems can stem from these issues.
She provides clients with practical information that helps instill confidence in choosing foods that work for them as individuals, allowing clients to transition to conscious eating that becomes an enjoyable, easy-to-maintain lifestyle. Jenny is very passionate about food and makes it a point that her clients feel satisfied, not deprived. She is thrilled to share how healthy food choices can be delicious and energizing!
If you are interested in fine tuning your diet and learning how to make your food choices sustainable for long-term health, often times a package of 4 sessions is just right. Generally a consultation at least every 2 weeks is recommended in order to follow up with changes as well as keep your momentum going. Thereafter, monthly or seasonal maintenance sessions can be helpful to stay on track.
If you are looking to work with fertility or chronic health issues, more sessions may be necessary. If this is the case, a package of 4 is recommended to start and from there, depending on the issue, you may decide to sign up for another package and continue every other week, or spread out the sessions to once a month as a maintenance program.
Single sessions are available as well although it is recommended to have more than one session total to be able to have the follow up with changes you make.
Jenny will make an individualized meal plan for you based on your food likes and health needs. In each session, you’ll discuss changes that were made and what worked for you and what didn’t. This is very individualized work and Jenny makes sure that you are comfortable with the changes you are making and that you understand why they are being made. This is key to making lasting changes that will stay with you.
Jenny is certified in holistic nutrition through Bauman College in Berkeley and is a member of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals. She has her B.A. in International Business from San Diego State University.
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Jenny offers a complimentary 15-minute consultation (phone or in person) to discuss your health needs and to see how her work can benefit you as a client. Schedule your complimentary consultation at (415) 717-7470 or email@example.com