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Jen is a licensed and board certified Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine with over 15 years experience.  She has had a fascination for the cultivation of health since her early teens and experimented with many facets of the adventure before settling into Chinese Medicine.  She is super enthusiastic to help patients of all ages co-enhance physical, emotional, social and environmental wellbeing, and continues to study many approaches to health care.  Using acupuncture, herbs, nourishing traditional diets, exercise therapy, tui na organ and body massage, Holistic Pelvic Care pelvic PT, cupping, gua sha, motor point therapy, moxibustion, electro-stimulation etc, she serves in a general family practice.  Through active listening, inter-professional collaboration, strategic diagnosis, treatment planning and lifestyle education, she optimizes self-help tools, builds inter-professional bridges and helps people feel better.  Jen’s mission is to provide convenient and cost effective integrative East Asian Medicine to all ages with detectable results.

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Jen received her Doctorate from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, her Master’s degree in Chinese Medicine from Touro College in NYC and her BFA from New York University, where she previously worked in film and television.  She has received certifications in Zheng Gu Tui Na and Bone Setting (Chinese medical massage and manual therapy), Holistic Pelvic Care (pelvic physical therapy) and has advanced training in the areas of pain, orthopedics, dermatology, pediatrics, allergy and auto-immune disorders, perinatal health, including pre and post natal care, labor preparation and birth assistance, and traditional diets for health and longevity. Jen recently traveled to China, where she studies Daoist medicine with some of the most renowned practitioners internationally.  She has additional in-patient hospital experience in the departments of Anesthesia, Oncology, Neuro-Ortho Rehabilitation, General Medicine and Labor and Delivery.  She is also a long time practitioner and teacher of yoga, meditation and qi gong and can regularly be found out and about in the neighborhood with her 2 kids, doing cartwheels in a park, hiking anywhere and everywhere, on a paddle board or at home involved in overly ambitious DIY projects, gardening and fermentation experiments. – How D-Aspartic Acid Affects Testosterone Levels