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My treatment philosophy integrates the acute and chronic and considers all aspects of a patient, including physical and emotional status.


Patients come in to Kind Acupuncture for help with a wide variety of issues.  There's no greater reward for me than having a patient report that they feel better after treatment. 


I make sure to provide an open line of communication and ensure patients feel comfortable to ask any questions or concerns they have before, during and after their visit. 


I am incredibly proud of the work I was able to do at a local hospital providing acupuncture to people undergoing cancer treatment.  I have had the privilege of training palliative care fellows in their Integrative Medicine rotations at the hospital. 


I hold certifications from Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and New York Presbyterian for Oncology Acupuncture.  In 2021 I completed an International Certification in Oncology taught by acupuncturists and oncologists.  

For the last several years I have had the honor of working with inured firefighters from the FDNY.  It's a privilege to help people who work every day helping others.  

I attend many continuing education classes to stay abreast of the newest developments in Chinese Medicine.  This includes an annual cadaver lab at the New York Chiropractic College and a year-long Tui Na and Zheng Gu (bone setting) course at New York Internal Arts.  

Jen Chasin

Bachelor of Arts - Psychology

Bachelor of Science - Professional Studies

Master of Science - Acupuncture

Doctor of Acupuncture - Pacific College of Oriental Medicine

Certified Hospice Acupuncturist




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