ACTCM Welcomes Kaylah Sterling, L.Ac. in New Private Practice in the Acupuncture & Herbal Clinic

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The American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM) will hold a Private Practice in their Acupuncture & Herbal Clinic, which will be directed by Kaylah Sterling, L.Ac.

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ACTCM has named Kaylah Sterling, L.Ac. to hold a new private practice in their Acupuncture & Herbal Clinic

Acupuncture is a unique healing modality as it provides individuals with the energetic impetus to move through obstructions, gain strength and bolster immunity.

The American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM) has named Kaylah Sterling, L.Ac. to hold a new private practice in their Acupuncture & Herbal Clinic. Practicing acupuncture for over 17 years, Sterling has held numerous roles at ACTCM including Clinic Dean and Professor.

Sterling served as Director of Integrative Medicine and Acupuncturist at the Jewish Home for the Aged for almost a decade, where she cared for and developed personal relationships with many patients dealing with chronic illness, pain, and emotional and psychological issues.

“As a practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), using acupuncture as my tool, I have learned how to delve into the mental and emotional strongholds that are entwined in the body’s aches and pains, and how to alter the energetic patterns of the disease process,” Sterling says.

She specializes in treating mental health, immune support for cancer, internal medicine, and women’s health. The compassion and individualized care she shows each patient allows major transformations to occur among them. She places a large emphasis on nutrition and prescribes herb formulas to complement acupuncture treatments.

“My strength in patient care is my ability to deepen my patients’ relationship with themselves so they can develop the determination to heal what can be healed as they actively co-create their destiny,” Sterling says. “Acupuncture is a unique healing modality as it provides individuals with the energetic impetus to move through obstructions, gain strength and bolster immunity, so that well-being and inner peace can be attained.”

Sterling dedicates herself to living a balanced life through healthful eating and relaxing whenever possible and works to instill such knowledge within her patients. When she is not teaching or treating patients, she enjoys being outside in the sun with her black Lab, exploring the elements.

Sterling will be available in private practice Mondays from 12:30pm – 9:00pm, and on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30am – 12:30pm. To make an appointment, call the ACTCM Acupuncture & Herbal Clinic at 415-282-9603. For more information about ACTCM, visit http://www.actcm.edu/.

About The American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
ACTCM provides professional graduate degree programs in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) including a Master of Science in TCM (MSTCM) and Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM), as well as graduate certificate programs in TCM pediatrics, TCM dermatology, TCM classics and Medical Qigong. ACTCM is located in San Francisco, California, with education and clinical facilities that offer procedures for allergy relief, pain management, weight loss, fertility treatment and more. ACTCM has four clinic externship sites, including California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC), Jewish Home for the Aged (JHA), Haight Ashbury Free Medical Clinic (HAFMC) and Life Long Berkeley Primary Care (LLBPC). ACTCM is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM).

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