Rachel Jensen (Kristyniak), L.Ac., MOM, Dipl. Ac.
Acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine
Rachel is an Acupuncturist born and raised in Arden Hills, MN. She lives in St.Paul with her husband, Chris and their beagle-mix, Mayble. She graduated with her Masters in Chinese Medicine from Northwestern Health Sciences University.
At VAMT, Rachel’s approach to patient care is vast. She tends to the ties between the physical, mental and spiritual. She may recommend a Brene Brown, Esther Perel, Resmaa Menakem or Gabor Mate book, a lacrosse ball, bone broth, somatic therapy, breathwork and more. Feel free to reach out to Rachel with any questions via the email, below.
In The Office:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 8:00am-5:00pm
What is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is a technique which inserts fine needles in the body in order to illicit a healing response. It originated in ancient China. It’s an effective therapy used to treat a wide variety of health concerns
How does acupuncture work?
Our bodies innately want to heal themselves. When you are injured, your body will start the process of healing. Think of the last time you had a papercut. Do you recall how it healed before you knew it? Acupuncture uses needles to illicit that same healing response. Except this time, the trauma is painless, safe and intentional, microscopic and doesn’t hurt.
How many times will I need to come in for treatments?
Our goal is to see you once or twice a month, for as long as you’d like. However, in the beginning few months, treatments are closer together to help the body learn a new way of living.
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