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Jacqueline Fusari (she/her), a licensed Acupuncturist and practitioner of East Asian medicine, graduated from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine with her Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, MAOM in 2021. During this time, she spent over 800 hours in the clinic with patients. Jacqueline is NCCAOM Certified and a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine. Concurrently, she attended Moving Mountain Institute where she studied Cranialsacral therapy and Integrated Visceral Techniques. She is board certified in Acupuncture and Herbal medicine.

Jacqueline graduated from Flagler College with a degree in Deaf Education in 2009. During this time, she worked at the Florida School of the Deaf and the Blind in St. Augustine, FL. Formerly, Jacqueline was a sign language interpreter, and has worked with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community in various capacities since 2006.

In her East Asian Medicine practice, Jacqueline provides integrative and holistic health care to patients for a wide spectrum of symptoms, using a combination of modalities, including:

 

  • Acupuncture

  • Electro-stim

  • Cupping

  • Gua sha

  • Shiatsu

  • Cranialsacral

  • Herbal medicine

 

Based on her clinical experience, East Asian Medicine has been effective for managing many conditions, including but not limited to acute and chronic musculoskeletal pain, migraine headaches, mental-emotional issues, allergies, insomnia, fatigue, women's health, men's health, and gastro-intestinal issues. Acupuncture can provide fertility support for those wanting to conceive, by cultivating an environment for conception to be possible. 

She also has experience managing symptoms experienced by patients undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatments for cancer. East Asian Medicine can offer relief from the nausea and vomiting. Acupuncture can improve nerve conductivity and improve sensory reception, for patients with peripheral neuropathy. Also, acupuncture and shiatsu have been very effective in regulating both constipation and diarrhea.

East Asian Medicine can provide complementary benefits for patients when incorporated adjunctively with western medicine in an integrative approach to provide holistic care.

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