Elaine M. Malin, MTCM, L.Ac.
Elaine treats physical and emotional issues in adults, children and infants through the use of acupuncture, herbal medicine, nutrition, acupressure and Tui Na therapeutic massage as well as teaching basic Tai Chi and Qi Gong moving meditation exercises for self-healing. Elaine also uses CranioSacral Therapy. For more information on these therapies please check Service Offered page.
- Women’s health, including pregnancy & postpartum, fertility, menopause and menstrual issues
- Stress reduction and emotional issues including anxiety, depression & sleep problems
- Pain management, digestive and musculo skeletal issues
- Allergies and Arthritis
- Facial rejuvenation
- Cancer and Hepatitis C.
Elaine also focuses on preventive health care, smoking cessation, and weight management
Elaine is a Licensed Acupuncturist in California and Connecticut. Elaine is certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine as a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM-Dipl.O.M.). Her four-year Masters degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine (MTCM) included significant Western medical training. Elaine is a member of the American Association of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine (AAAOM) and Women of Wellness™, a local network of health professionals for prenatal and early family care.
She earned her Masters degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine at Five Branches University in California, a highly reputable Chinese medicine school founded over 25 years ago. Elaine also completed an externship at Zhejiang Chinese Medical University in Hangzhou, China, where Chinese and Western medical disciplines are integrated. Elaine has a B.A. from Dartmouth College. She was a practicing attorney for 11 years before studying Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Elaine's goal is to provide each person the unique care they want and need in a way that makes their sessions with me a positive experience, something they look forward to doing. She especially enjoys the relationships with patients as we observe their progress. She also strives to give her patients tools and tips they can use for self-care outside of a treatment session.