Jenny Bisset is a licensed Acupuncturist serving the surrounding California Bay Area cities of San Carlos, San Mateo, Redwood City, Belmont, Menlo Park and Palo Alto.

She has helped hundreds of people find relief from their symptoms while also treating the root of their problems.  Jenny wants you to heal deeply, and help you find lasting wellness.

The Power of Acupuncture & Chinese Herbs

Imagine your Life Free from Stress and Pain…

Acupuncture is one branch of the medical system called Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). This vast system offers powerful, effective and proven alternative treatments for most ailments including back pain, stress & anxiety, women’s issues and eye diseases.

Sometimes life, work and family can have us on constant overwhelm. When our bodies start talking to us, giving us messages in the form of pain, stress or degenerative disease,  we need to take action. 

These messages are important warning signs telling us that our physical and emotional health are in need of attention, and pointing the way to transformation and healing.

No matter how long you have waited, you can feel better using the power of acupuncture and natural medicine.

Jenny’s specialty areas of Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine treatment:

Pain – all types of pain

Stress – from anything and everything – life, work, family, illness, overwhelm

Women’s health – PMS, menstrual issues, infertility, pregnancy, menopause

Eye diseases – management of macular degeneration, glaucoma, dry eye, Computer Vision Syndrome

“Jenny is an incredible acupuncturist, but more importantly, she exemplifies everything an excellent practitioner should be. She is extremely knowledgeable, flexible, genuinely caring and compassionate, and offers the best holistic care I’ve experienced. 

Jenny is resourceful, and is great about offering advice and recommendations on anything that might help her clients. I cannot recommend her highly enough.”  

 – Miriam M., Redwood City

Are you ready to get started with your new life?

Then take the following 3 steps:

1) Sign up for Jenny’s report called “Top 10 Reasons to try Acupuncture”. You’ll learn more about Chinese medicine and how it can work for you, and receive an occasional educational newsletter.

2). Like Jenny’s Facebook page (to the right). She’d love to have you be part of her community.

3) 3) Call 650 206-8116 to schedule your FREE 15 minute Holistic Health Assessment.

How does acupuncture work? Is it safe? How many treatments do I need?

Visit our FAQ section to get all the answers.

Don’t see what you’re looking for? Feel free to give Jenny a call!

Jenny’s goal is for you is to feel 100% comfortable about acupuncture treatment before scheduling your first full treatment appointment.

Jenny Bisset closeup smiling. She practices acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine in the Bay Area city of San Carlos, CA

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Acupuncture In San Carlos, CA

Jenny Bisset DAOM, MSTCM, L.Ac.

Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine 650 206-8116

“The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will instruct his patient in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.”
Thomas Edison 1903

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