Stephen Zilber, LAc

Where
880 Las Gallinas Ave, San Rafael, CA
Call
(415) 492-9355
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Health & Wellness
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Best Holistic Health Practitioner in Marin County - 2007 North Bay BohemianBest Acupuncturist - 2001 & 2004 Pacific Sun Readers Poll
My mission is to help as many adults and children as possible regain and maintain their health and vitality.



Vibrant health comes naturally when the body, mind, and spirit are in balance. Too often in our demanding lives, we fall out of balance and experience the result as pain, fatigue, stress and illness. Acupuncture and herbal medicine alleviate pain, boost energy, calm the mind, and harmonize all levels of the body.Using gentle and effective techniques, I can help you reach a state of natural balance and health. By giving you the tools to support your own healing, you and your family can enjoy life-long health. I bring compassion, understanding and skill to treat a wide range of conditions in adults and children, including:

Acute and chronic pain
PMS, Menopause, and Infertility
Infant through adolescent health
Stress, Anxiety, Depression, & Addiction
Common Colds & Flu
Allergies and Chemical sensitivities
Rashes, Eczema and Psoriasis
Respiratory and Digestive disorders
Weight Management
Fatigue and Insomnia
Immunity disorders

I use a wide range of diagnostic and treatment methods to identify and balance the body’s underlying disharmonies and stresses that lead to symptoms and disease. These include Chinese, Japanese and Korean style acupuncture (non-needle available), Neuro-Emotional Technique, Integra Allergy Elimination, herbal medicine, homeopathy, BioTerrain analysis, Functional medicine testing, dietary counseling and nutritional supplementation.I am California licensed and nationally board certified in acupuncture and Chinese herbology. An enthusiastic teacher, I have served on the faculty of the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco, lectured at UCSF Medical School and Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine and am a past board director of the California State Oriental Medical Association.