Meet Our Queen Anne Acupuncturists
In Washington, acupuncturists are classified as “East Asian Medicine Practitioners.” Our practitioners use the tools of Chinese Medicine to design a customized treatment plan for each patient. This may include: acupuncture, breathing and relaxation techniques, bodywork and massage, cupping, hot/cold therapy or Qigong, plus dietary advice and Chinese herbs to support the patient’s healing.
Communication between practitioner and patient is essential to achieve the desired results from each course of treatment.
Junmei Jin graduated from Zhejiang Traditional Chinese Medical University in China. She is an External Examiner in Clinical Acupuncture of Hongkong University of professional and continuing education. She worked in Zhejiang hospital of TCM as an associate chief physician and acquired extensive experiences in treating a wide variety of illness from 20 years of outstanding clinical practice. She is licensed in the state of WA and is certified by the NCCOAM board in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine.
She is good at using acupuncture and other traditional Chinese therapy to comprehensively treat pain (neck pain, back pain, gouty arthritis, soft tissue injury, osteoarthritis), insomnia, post-stroke and spinal injury, chronic fatigue syndrome, headache, facial paralysis, tinnitus, digestive complaints(constipation, diarrhea), asthma, allergic rhinitis, chronic cough, women’s health problems (fertility, dysmenorrheal, menopausal symptoms), acne, eczema and hives.
Junmei enjoys spending time with her family. She also enjoys reading, hiking, and is an expert in Chinese Kungfu-Taichi, having won third place in 1997 in the third National College Martial art competition.”
Kristan has been practicing acupuncture and massage for over 5 years. She believes we live in a high stress world and both modalities are great ways to allow your body to calm down and function at its most optimum level. She spent 13 years working for a whitewater rafting company, and personally saw the benefit of massage and acupuncture treatments for her own shoulder injury and tendonitis. In addition, Kristan uses acupuncture to treat a variety of conditions including addiction, women’s issues, pain, digestive concerns and many more.
Kristan has also worked with low income and elderly populations and is certified with the National Association of Hospice and Palliative Care and completed National Acupuncture Detoxification Association training. Additionally, she also works part time as staff supervisor at the Bastyr University Chinese Herbal Dispensary.
Phil Cohen graduated from the Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences in New York in 2002 with his Associates of Occupational Sciences in Massage Therapy as well as in 2005 with his Masters of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. He is certified by the American Reflexology Certification Board in Foot and Hand Reflexology. Phil also earned a certificate in Zheng Gu Tui Na, a type of Chinese therapeutic massage. His combined expertise in acupuncture and massage has allowed his patients to achieve a high level of success, especially with musculoskeletal injuries, digestive issues, neurological disorders, stress, and anxiety/depression.