Jennifer Reilly – L. AC.

As a California and nationally licensed acupuncturist, Jennifer Reilly received her Bachelors Degree in Natural Health Sciences and then her Masters degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at Bastyr University in 2000. Jennifer has also completed post-graduate training in Shanghai and Chengdu, China in 2001 and she has completed several post-graduate specialty programs including certification in Blood Chemistry, functional endocrinology; including adrenal, thyroid and hormone imbalances, autoimmune physiology, and infertility. Jennifer has been in private practice since 2001.

Jennifer provides a range of complimentary therapies which enable her to address your health care needs with a truly holistic approach blending Chinese Medicine, with Functional Medicine. These include Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Cleansing and Detoxification, Nutrition, Moxibustion, Cupping, and Lifestyle Counseling.

In addition, Jennifer provides deeper health assessment using laboratory testing to diagnose and correct functional metabolic and hormone imbalances.

She maintains her commitment to her patients by continually studying with the leaders in Chinese Medicine and Functional medicine; constantly updating her skills to aid her patients back to optimal health.

In addition to the many conditions treated by acupuncture and oriental medicine, Jennifer specializes in the treatment of chronic fatigue, sleep disorders, menopause, PMS, pain and inflammation by correcting adrenal gland problems, gastrointestinal disorders, thyroid dysfunction, and hormonal imbalances.


Lisa Goodstein – L. AC., DOM, LMT

Lisa is a Licensed Acupuncturist in California and a Licensed Doctor of Oriental Medicine from New Mexico. She holds a Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine, from Southwest Acupuncture College in Santa Fe. Lisa has also been a practicing licensed massage therapist since 1993.

Lisa has  mentored with indiginous healers from various backgrounds and this energy medicine is the foundation of her work.   Her treatments  incorporate bodywork, intuition, meditation, aromatherapy and Oriental Medicine.  Diagnosis is from a Traditional Chinese Medicine perspective.

Adult & Geriatric Medicine: In Chinese Medicine, aging is the natural decline of ‘original essence’ and metabolic changes are the result. These often start to become  noticeable (and bothersome) for women in their 40’s and men in their 50’s.

Addiction Withdrawal: Needles are inserted into the ear to decrease cravings, calm the mind/spirit, improve organ function and benefit overall health. Substances treated include alcohol, sugar, food, nicotine and pharmaceuticals.

Trauma Recovery: including PTSD, anxiety, depression, panic attacks, stress, and other symptoms which may accompany survivors of abuse.

Pain & Physical Rehabilitation: acupuncture, alone, or with other forms of treatment will increase circulation and improve healing time of injuries, surgeries, strokes, arthritis, and other chronic or acute painful conditions.

Lisa’s initial training in bodywork and massage was at the New Mexico Academy of Healing Arts in Santa Fe. This 1000 hour program included studies in Swedish massage, Polarity, Feldenkreiss and Ortho-Bionomy. In the past 20+ years she has continued to train with masters in the fields of aromatherapy, sports massage & Ortho-Bionomy. Her Asian bodywork includes techniques from Amma, Shiatsu & Tuina. Lisa’s sessions integrate knowledge from all her various studies.



As a courtesy, we will accept your insurance assignment and file your claim if your coverage includes acupuncture services. We verify your coverage prior  to your first appointment whenever possible. We electronically bill with the approriate CPT codes for services within 30 days of each appointment. If your insurance company does not pay us within 60 days, you are then responsible for any balance due on your account. This office will not enter into disputes with your insurance company about your claim. Patients are responsible for any deductibles, coinsurance, herbal formulas and procedures which might not be covered by insurance, such as moxibustion cupping or massage.


Workers Compensation

Under California Worker’s Compensation Guidelines, this office cannot be your primary care physician. You must make arrangements for a referral for acupuncture treatments from your primary care physician (PCP), and have the approval of your adjuster for that referral. Prior to the start of treatment, we must have copies of each of these items.

Both Jennifer and Lisa accept out of network assignments and Workers Compensation.



Lisa Goodstein is an  in-network provider with Cigna, Sutter & United Healthcare Systems.

Please contact this office with your insurace questions.