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Treatment Options

Dr. Jacklin is certified and deeply experienced in a rich and comprehensive suite of holistic treatments, which is part of what sets her apart in this field. Here is an overview of the 8 primary modalities that she specializes in:


Acupuncture: This ancient Chinese practice involves inserting very thin needles at specific points on the body. It’s believed to balance the body’s energy flow or ‘qi’, promoting healing and wellness. Acupuncture is used to treat a variety of conditions, including pain, stress, headaches, and more. It’s recognized for its ability to stimulate the body’s natural healing processes and enhance overall function.

Acupressure: Similar to acupuncture but without the needles, acupressure involves applying pressure to specific points on the body. This technique is used to release muscle tension, promote circulation of blood, and enhance the body’s life force energy to aid healing. It’s often used for pain relief, relaxation, and overall wellness.

Herbal Medicine: Herbal medicine is a cornerstone of holistic healthcare. Based on the use of plants or plant extracts, it promotes healing and wellness. Each herb has unique properties and benefits, and can be used individually or in combination to treat various ailments or enhance general health.

Homeopathy: This system of alternative medicine works with the essence of substances to treat the root cause of ailments. It’s based on the principle of ‘like cures like’, where a substance that causes symptoms in a healthy person can cure similar symptoms in a sick person. Homeopathic remedies are typically highly diluted, yet believed to retain a “memory” of the original substance, working at a deep level to promote healing.

Chinese Medicine: Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is an ancient system of health and wellness that’s been used in China for thousands of years. TCM is based on the concept of ‘Qi’ (pronounced “chee”), vital energy that flows through the body, and the balance of Yin and Yang, two opposing yet complementary forces that influence health. Practitioners use various methods to restore and maintain health, including herbal medicine, acupuncture, massage (Tui Na), exercise (Qigong), and dietary therapy. The goal of TCM is not only to treat illness, but also to improve overall well-being and prevent future health problems by balancing the body’s Qi and achieving harmony between the human body and the environment.

Moxibustion and Cupping: Moxibustion involves burning dried plant materials, known as ‘moxa’, near the surface of the skin to warm and invigorate the flow of Qi in the body and dispel certain pathogenic influences. Cupping, on the other hand, uses suction cups placed on the skin to create a pressure that sucks the skin inward. Both practices are used to stimulate blood flow, relieve pain, and promote healing.

Electrostimulation: Also known as electroacupuncture, this treatment involves applying a small electrical current to acupuncture needles to further stimulate the body’s healing energy. It’s often used for conditions like muscle spasms, nerve disorders, and pain management.

Gua Sha: This traditional Chinese treatment involves scraping the skin with a massage tool to improve circulation. This is believed to help break up stagnant energy, reduce inflammation, and promote healing. It’s commonly used to treat chronic pain and illnesses, and also for maintaining overall wellness.