Jessica Parker, LAC, DAOM has a diverse background including a broad range of experience in the healing arts, Chinese language and expertise in acupuncture and Asian medicine. She is the owner of Root & Stem Integrative Chinese Medicine, and the Founder & Executive Director of the East Bay Integrative Pregnancy Project (EBIPP).
Jessica specializes in Women’s Health, Prenatal Health, Liver Health and Detoxification, Integrative Wellness during Chemotherapy and Radiation, and Pain Management. She strongly believes in integrative health care, providing a supportive community for wellness, and the synergistic relationship of all modalities of medicine.
Jessica has been voted as one of Oakland's Best Acupuncturists, and she graduated with a Masters of Traditional Chinese Medicine from Five Branches University in Santa Cruz, CA. During the course of her studies, she spent three years as an intern at Cedar Street Healing Arts Clinic in downtown Santa Cruz, CA. Jessica also completed an advanced internship program at the Zhejiang Medical Hospital in Hangzhou, China specializing in Dermatology, Gynecology, Pediatrics, Oncology, Internal Medicine, and Orthopedics. She completed her Doctorate Fellowship at Five Branches University and is a leader as one of the first acupuncture residents at Highland Hospital in Oakland.
Jessica provides individual treatments with the goal of facilitating the body's own ability to achieve health and wellness.
Erin Langley, LAc, MSOM, Dipl OM brings a broad palette to the art of acupuncture. Since 2005, she has studied medical applications of dream diagnosis, feng shui, and Daoist calendar sciences with Liu Ming, founder of Da Yuan Circle and Five Branches University. She has trained in facial rejuvenation with Barbara Martello, LAc, and currently interns with Robert Levine, OMD and Tibetan monk and doctor Kalsang Wangyal. Their collective expertise draws patients with a wide range of unique health concerns that has extended Erin’s scope as a practitioner.
Erin has practiced orthopedic medicine with Olympic and collegiate athletes at the University of California, Berkeley, as well as internal medicine at the Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College, Berkeley. As a general practitioner, she treats a broad spectrum of health issues from the effects of chemotherapy to autoimmune disease, pediatrics, diabetes management and more. She also loves treating highly sensitive people.
Erin works under the premise that everyone is already healed and whole. She has trained with indigenous elders and healers from around the globe while recovering her own native European ancestral traditions. Her background as a writer and illustrator lends an aesthetic quality to her approach that works particularly well for facial rejuvenation.