“I got into Oriental Medicine in the late 1990s when I was suffering from a bunch of health conditions that Western medicine was unable to fix.
I had skin problems, fatigue, headaches, and abdominal bloating. And I was only 20 years old! The acupuncturist I saw helped me fix my diet (which I thought was very healthy, but I was very wrong) and relax. Within a month I felt completely transformed. Then I knew I had to learn how to do this seemingly magical system of medicine myself.
So after I finished my undergraduate degree at the University of Texas, I went to Acupuncture School at the Texas Health and Sciences University and received my Master’s in Oriental Medicine in 2003. I love what I do and am so excited to help people get healthier every day. ”
Since arriving in the United States, Lili observed people’s struggles with illness, pain and dependence on many medications. This experience triggered her to continue the journey of helping people to feel their best – emotionally, physically and spiritually.
Lili has a particular interest in cupping, acupressure, acu-facial, fertility support and postpartum care.
Her first encounter with holistic medicine was when she received relief from sports injury with acupressure, and benefited from nutritional supplements for internal health issues in 2006. When her hometown started to suffer from the opioid epidemic she knew she needed to pursue a career in integrative medicine. Post-graduation, Jackie worked in Australia as an acupuncturist where she was able to treat a many different cultures for a variety of conditions. Jackie returned to the United States to be closer to family, friends and her beloved dog. Jackie has extensive training in traditional Chinese medicine, distal needling acupuncture, pulse diagnosis, sports injury acupuncture, cupping therapy, and herbal medicine.
Jackie treats many health conditions including great clinical successes with pain management, neurological issues, mental health, and sports medicine.
Outside of medicine Jackie enjoys exercising and weight lifting, hiking, kayaking, dancing, and spoiling her dog Professor Chaos.