Hello, I have practiced acupuncture and oriental medicine since 1984 and recently moved to the Bay Area. I also have several certifications in nutritional therapy which is a great adjunct to acupunture. After all, disease begins in the gut. Let's get to the bottom of your condition and find the right diet for your needs.
I love working with people and helping them to find optimal health for themselves.
After much damage to my digestive system from pain medication, Dr. Lane's dietary and supplement remedies restored its good function. In addition, her Chinese herbs helped diminish my allergies. She is extremely knowledgeable, very kind and professional.
Extensive in-office medical review and patient concerns. Nutritional Evaluation if requested.
Or online extensive questionaires, BioIndividual nutritional analysis, and reports. Use of food journals, 1 1/2 hour, skype or phone consultation.Specific recipes, resources to meet your individual needs.
In office-Acupuncture treatment, and/or nutritional goal setting and massage therapy if indicated. Herbal and/or supplement recommendations if indicated.
BA psychology UCSB
Acupuncture Degree, California Acupuncture College, Santa Barbara (since closed)
Doctor of Oriental Medicine, California Acupuncture College, Los Angeles, (since closed)
NTP- Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Nutritional Therapy Association.
BioIndividual Nutrition Institute Practitioner
Office Visit (1 hour) - $110.
Online Nutritional Evaluation (includes, online Nutritional Questionaire and Evaluation/reports, 1 1/2 hour online meeting and patient portal)- $260.00
Accepts insurance (for office visits)
Started as a massage therapist, after BA education in psychology (UCSB), which led me to Acupuncture training. Over the years of acupuncture practice I observed time and again the importance of the diet and the effect that it had on the health of my patients. I have continued to study and research nutrition as more research reveals new information.
All, especially digestive disorders and muscular skeletal disorders.
Live Aware Conference, San Francisco, CA
Look for someone who can give you personal attention and has the skill set to address your needs.
What are their main concerns, what is their emotional life like, what would they like to change, what do they eat, are they willing to change certain habits in order to improve their own health. What do they expect from the practitioner.?