Kieran Jones L.Ac. MTCM
A day in the clinic never feels like a day at work. I am so blessed to be able to spend my days helping people live fuller, more enjoyable lives. It's all I've wanted to do since I was twelve years old and it has never gotten old. I earned my degree in Chinese Medicine from Five Branches in 2009. I went on to add additional certifications and study in Sports Medicine Acupuncture, Japanese Style Acupuncture, and Functional Medicine. In addition to treating patients, I keep the bills paid, conduct research at the clinic, and keep the toilet paper stocked.
Dr. Katie Keville L.Ac. MsOM
From an early age my life revolved around nature, animals, and healthy living. I grew up on a farm in South Jersey where we raised our own food and relied mostly on home remedies for health and prevention. My first exposure to acupuncture was watching the amazing effect it had on my horses. It helped with their pain and increased their athletic performance. Once I used acupuncture on myself, I fell in love with Chinese medicine and moved to California where I earned my doctorate from AIMC Berkeley in Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine. I studied acupuncture and Oriental medicine, Western medicine, Japanese meridian theory, nutrition, massage, herbal medicine, and orthopedics. I interned at UC Berkeley's Simpson Center for Student-Athlete High Performance and at LifeLong Medical Care in West Berkeley working alongside the Medical Doctors in an integrated setting and providing free treatments to those in need. I work with all types of conditions and take special interest in women’s health, digestive disorders, nutritional counseling, hormone balancing, fertility, insomnia, stress and pain management and chronic or autoimmune conditions. I am well-known for my soft touch and painless needling techniques. My mission is to listen, provide gentle and compassionate care, educate, and help others find happiness in the healing process. In my spare time you will find me doing gymnastics on my horse, Revlon, or doing some sort of adventurous outdoor activity.
Dr. James Fialk ND L.Ac.
Dr. James Fialk, ND, L.Ac is a licensed naturopathic doctor (ND) and licensed acupuncturist (L.Ac). He earned his doctorate in naturopathic medicine from the National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) where he graduated with honors. During his naturopathic training, Dr. Fialk gained clinical experience as an integrative primary care provider throughout the greater Portland, Oregon area. Upon graduation, he completed a nationally accredited post-graduate naturopathic residency program in integrative primary care where he received advanced clinical training.
While at NCNM, Dr. Fialk became fascinated with acupuncture, Chinese herbalism and the principles of Chinese medicine. Upon relocating to California, He decided to pursue his interest in Chinese medicine and further expand his healing perspective and spectrum of care. He earned a doctorate in acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine (DACM) from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM) at CIIS in San Francisco and became a licensed acupuncturist (L.Ac). During his clinical acupuncture training, he took special interest in orthopedics/sports medicine and pain management in addition to general internal medicine.
Dr. Fialk also provides integrative medical care at Santa Rosa Community Health Centers and is adjunct faculty at American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM) at CIIS where he teaches physiology, anatomy, and pathology/pathophysiology.
Outside of his practice of medicine, James enjoys playing guitar and loves going on outdoor adventures with his wife, two sons, and dog.