Dr. Jessica Crofts (she/her) practices a unique style of acupuncture influenced by neurology, orthopedics, and internal disease. In other words, she has honed her skills in treating a wide range of conditions through years of clinical experience. As a result, she’s an expert in treating acute and chronic pain, infertility, chronic illness, and psychological issues. Furthermore, she has completed advanced post-graduate training in the US and China in sports medicine, oncology, reproductive health, pediatrics, dermatology, and herbal medicine.
Dr. Crofts’ holistic perspective originates in the hands-on skills she learned at Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder, CO. In addition, she advanced her education in integrative, evidence-informed medicine at Pacific College of Health & Science in NYC. Her background in Japanese Kototama Inochi Medicine and Five Element Acupuncture guide her in understanding her patients as more than just a set of symptoms, but rather as a distinctive person. Above all, Dr. Crofts tailors every session to each individual patient.
Dr. Crofts continued her training in integrative medicine during a fellowship at Heilongjiang Teaching Hospital in Harbin, China. During that time, while working with doctors of traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine, Dr. Crofts saw firsthand the power of an integrative approach. For example, patients from China and Mongolia received conventional treatments like surgery and pharmaceuticals in tandem with acupuncture and Chinese herbs, which resulted in better outcomes and shorter hospital stays. She is board certiﬁed as a Diplomate in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, which is the most advanced certiﬁcation available in the field of traditional Chinese medicine.
Dr. Crofts owns and operates a non-profit conservancy for rare and endangered plants, Katzimo Greenhouse * Studio.
During this initial 60-minute session, we'll go over what brings you in and how we can help. We'll walk you through our process and figure out what treatment plan is best for you. This visit includes acupuncture and other modalities as needed like cupping, shiatsu/tuina, or an herbal consult. (Herbs are a separate charge.)
60-minute session for patients who completed an initial visit. Includes a thorough health history, comprehensive treatment plan, acupuncture, body work or adjunct therapies, and lifestyle and nutritional counseling. If needed, customized herbal formulas will be discussed to augment treatment and reduce symptoms between sessions. Herbal formulas are an additional charge.
30-minute pediatric session, called Shonishin, is a specialized treatment developed in Osaka Japan in the 17th century. This gentle technique uses non-invasive tools instead of needles to gently stimulate acupuncture points to promote healing and build immunity for children up to the age of 7.
60-minute facial rejuvenation increases collagen production, improves circulation, and stimulates the lymph system to reduce puffiness and tighten skin. Patients notice brighter, glowing skin, a reduction in acne breakouts and hyperpigmentation, and a more balanced complexion. This visit includes acupuncture, facial cupping, and facial massage.
30-minute session including thorough health history and examination of tongue and pulse, a customized formula will be prescribed. Herbal formulas are an additional charge. Acupuncture is not included in herbal consultation sessions.