"I love to utilize the wisdom of the east and blend them with the innovations of the west to create a holistic healing experience for my patients. I focus on pinpointing and unraveling root causes of pathological disease patterns to create lasting and practical changes for my patients.”
Kathleen Lee L.Ac. is an acupuncturist who empowers patients who are ready to take an active role in their own health. She is a licensed and registered CTCMA (College of Traditional Chinese Medicine) acupuncturist who uses the combination of traditional acupuncture, Five Elements acupuncture (mind-body), manual therapies, nutritional/supplement/lifestyle counseling and herbal prescriptions.She is well-versed in western lab testing and offers functional interpretation and counseling to help you make significant changes to bring you to your most optimum health.
HOW CAN ACUPUNCTURE HELP YOU?
As a Fellow of the ABORM (American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine), she specializes in the treatment of hormone and endocrine imbalances, particularly those affecting women such as infertility, uterine fibroids, uncomfortable menstrual cycles and pre-and-post-menopause. She is also interested in working with patients who are suffering from endocrine disorders such as thyroid imbalances, adrenal fatigue, chronic fatigue, and blood sugar issues. Her extensive training in diet and nutrition makes her an ideal practitioner for tackling digestive issues. She has a deep-rooted belief that we as humans are holistic beings and it is impossible to make physical changes without addressing the mental, emotional and spiritual facets of her patients.
She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology at University of California, Santa Cruz. After graduation, she enrolled at Five Branches University to obtain her Masters in Traditional Chinese Medicine with a certificate in Five Elements Acupuncture. While in school, she took on Teaching Assistant roles in the Herbal Department to gain a deeper understanding of the applications of herbal treatments used with Traditional Chinese Medicine. Much of her clinical rounds were in the Five Elements Department which deals mainly with mental and emotional disorders. After graduation, she continued to hone her skills through teaching at Five Branches.
ACCREDITATIONS AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
R.TCMP - Registered Practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Canada)
FABORM - Fellow of American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine
L.Ac. - Licensed Acupuncturist (California)
MTCM - Master of Traditional Chinese Medicine
5E - Certification of Five Element Acupuncture
B.S. - Bachelor of Science, Biology