Shuqing Jing is a California Licensed Acupuncturist, Fellow of The Acupuncture and TCM Board of Reproductive Medicine (FABORM), and a Nationally Certified Diplomate of Oriental Medicine.
Shuqing invests her care and skill into every patient interaction. She listens attentively to deeply understand each case and provides personalized treatment plans while creating a healing environment with her warm, gentle, and compassionate presence. Shuqing’s specialties include:
- Acute and Chronic Pain Management
- Male and Female Fertility
- Chronic Health Conditions
- Mental Health
- Cosmetic Korean Acupuncture
Shuqing discovered the power of acupuncture when her daughter had severe allergies. After undergoing months of Western medical treatment without much success, their pediatrician recommended alternative medicine. Six weeks of acupuncture and herbal medicine provided her daughter with significant relief. These stunning results sparked Shuqing’s interest in Chinese Medicine.
In 2014, Shuqing graduated from Five Branches University with a Master of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She continued her learning with three acupuncture master teachers with a focus on pain management and chronic health conditions. Shuqing studied in Laura Erlich’s Integrative Fertility and Reproductive Medicine Mentorship Program to gain deep insight into both eastern and western approaches to the treatment of infertility.
Before becoming an acupuncturist, Shuqing worked in the high tech industry. She graduated from Purdue University with a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering. Her ten years of experience in high tech has helped her understand the daily pressures and stress of life in Silicon Valley.
Shuqing enjoys helping people on a personal level and building long-term relationships with her patients. She is proud to be part of a team that makes acupuncture accessible to people from diverse cultural backgrounds.
In her free time, Shuqing likes to spend time with her family and dog. She enjoys hiking, visiting national parks, and reading medical nonfiction books.