Jennifer M. Williams, PhD, L.Ac, BCIM, ADS is a practicing acupuncturist and herbalist who is board certified in Integrative Medicine. She is also an approved provider for the Veterans Administration.
Dr. Williams teaches at Sandhills Community College and serves as faculty at Walter Reed Medical Center. Dr. Williams contributes to military research projects, co-authored a chapter in the book, “Acupuncture for Pain Management,” and has published several acupuncture articles to include the California Journal of Oriental Medicine.
She graduated from Capella University with a PhD in Counseling Studies, completed her MS in Traditional Chinese Medicine at the Academy of Chinese Culture and Sciences, completed a short residency training at the Red Cross hospital in Huai Hua China, and received her BS in Information Technology in Pleasanton, California.
Dr. Williams has had an interest in Asian philosophy and culture since a young age. She is nationally certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She is licensed by both the North Carolina and Virginia State Boards of Medicine to practice Acupuncture and Herbal medicine.
She completed her clinical internship in the San Francisco Bay area of California.
Jennifer’s clinical focus includes musculoskeletal issues, internal medical disorders, repetitive stress injuries, psyche, and wellness. She specializes in pain, sports Tui Na, depression, trauma, menopause, insomnia, infertility, addiction, and weight loss. Her clinical goal is remedy in few visits possible.