Although the heart of her practice is women’s and children’s health, Sarah successfully treats a wide range of conditions—from joint pain to digestive problems, infertility to insomnia. Her treatments go far beyond acupuncture, encompassing herbs, movement, massage, nutrition, and lifestyle counseling.
In addition to fifteen years in private practice, Sarah is an experienced teacher, writer, and editor in the field of Traditional East Asian Medicine. She was on the faculty of the post-graduate Chinese Herbology Certificate Program at Tri-State College of Acupuncture, where she co-designed and implemented a unique case-based learning curriculum, and has taught the integrative gynecology course for master’s degree students at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine.
Her writing has been published in The Lantern and Medical Acupuncture. She has served on the advisory board of Easy Eats, a health and wellness magazine and spent four years as an editor for The American Acupuncturist, an academic journal. Other past professional activities include a term on the board of the Acupuncture Society of New York (ASNY), the state professional organization for acupuncture. She lectures publicly on a variety of topics, including keeping healthy with Traditional East Asian Medicine, qi gong, and acupressure for infants.
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