Dr. Siatnee Chong, DACM, L.Ac
Doctor of Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine
Acupuncturist and Herbalist for Women’s Health
Energy and Somatic Healer



“For long-lasting healing, I believe the physical body and mind must be in sync. Your health team should include a nurturing & compassionate healer, someone who shares your belief, includes you in every step, respects your insight, truly cares for your wellbeing, and ensures you are not alone in your healing journey.”Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Herbal Medicine, Energy Work for Women’s Health, Wellness and Longevity

Do you have the right healer on your health care team?
License and Board Certifications

Dr. Siatnee Chong is a Doctor of Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine, a Licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac.) in California, and a National Board Certified Practitioner (NCAAOM) for Chinese Medicine. Her specialty is Women’s Health, Wellness, and Longevity.

She attended Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and South Baylo University, where she graduated with her Master of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She furthered her Doctoral in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (DACM) and was involved with research in this field.
She interned extensively with Master Clinicians in Western and Eastern Medicine, notably from the US, China, and Korea. Her experience includes Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chinese Acupuncture, Korean Acupuncture, 5 Element Harmonizing, Sa-Am Technique, Master Tung’s Orthopedic, and Pain Management. She was awarded Best Clinician during her internship tenure at South Baylo University. Before that, she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Education from Edinburgh University, Scotland, on a full scholarship. Using her comprehensive training in Western biology and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), her scope of practice includes the treatment of Women’s health (PMS, menstrual issues, hormonal imbalance, pre/post-menopause), Prenatal and postnatal care, chronic pain, orthopedic and musculoskeletal conditions (acute, chronic and sports injury), internal medicine, stress, anxiety, and prevention of ailments using natural foods, lifestyle modifications, acupuncture, and herbs.

She believes in working with other medical providers (MDs, DOs, and Physical Therapists) to deliver a comprehensive approach best suited for each condition.

“My very first experience with acupuncture was when I was 5 years old. My mother took me to see a Chinese Medicine Doctor who helped clear a recurrent sty infection in both eyes. He was an elderly man in his 80’s but full of vigor.” – Siatnee Chong


Growing up in a Chinese family in Borneo, my family culture was rich in using Chinese Medicine and Native Herbs in everyday meals, herbal teas, tonics to boost immunity, and natural foods to prevent diseases. My interest in natural medicine was cemented at a young age. My very first experience with acupuncture was when I was five years old. My mother took me to see a Chinese Medicine Doctor who helped clear a recurrent sty infection in both eyes. He was an elderly man in his 80s but full of vigor. Like my family and thousands of others, he fled to South East Asia to escape Mao’s Close Door Policy and The Cultural Revolution, bringing a vast knowledge of medicinal practices before the communists burned the old books.

He used ear acupuncture (Vaccaria seeds instead of needles) soaked in herbal medicine to place at various points on my ears. He also prescribed an herbal formula regimen. Within a short time, my infection was gone for good. From there, my love for natural medicine was seeded. When I migrated to California, I fell in love with the sunshine state’s healthy lifestyle and eco-conscious living. With my multilingual skills and entrepreneurial spirit, I worked for several international companies in sales and marketing roles traveling the globe and working 60+ hour weeks. Not long before, my intense work and travel schedule drained my energy and affected my health. I was beginning to go gray and losing hair. I was consistently tired, overworked, and ill.

To recuperate, I turned to Yoga, meditation, Qi Gong, Tai Ji, and vegetarianism. My love for yoga inspired me to become a yoga teacher. I also studied Qi Gong, Tai Ji, and various ancient practices to recharge. During this journey, my love for natural medicine and the unique capability of our bodies to heal themselves was ignited. I started the journey back to my roots, studying Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), building the blocks on a foundation that I grew up with the Yin and the Yang, the Qi and the Xue, 5 Elements, herbs, and meridians; only this time, more profound and comprehensive.

One thing led to another. When one of my older sisters was diagnosed with Stage 4 Ovarian cancer, I held her hands during the most challenging journey she had to walk on. She was supported with herbs, Moxa, massage, and energy work throughout her multiple surgeries, chemotherapy treatments, radiation treatments, and many Western medications. The combination of Eastern and Western medicine prolonged her life and improved her quality of life. However, due to the advanced stage of her cancer, she eventually passed away peacefully after a 5-year battle. The combination of Eastern and Western medicine extended her quality of life for five years. Every day was precious, and she could check off everything on her bucket list, including leaving a legacy for her young son. I am grateful to have been able to help extend her life and her time with her family.

“No matter what kind of ailments you have, having a true healer by your side is equally important as the type of medicine you are taking. One who walks with you on your journey, compassionate in nature and points you in the right direction. It might be one person or a team of healers, all of them count toward your healing goal”.

Do you have the right healer on your health care team?

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Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture has been proven to work for over 2,500+ years.

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