Traditional Chinese Medicine allows us to explore and treat the ailments that plague the human body and spirit through a different lens and paradigm than we may be accustomed to.

It is steeped in thousands of years of practice and tradition and as such, takes the whole body, the mind and the spirit into consideration when formulating appropriate diagnostics.

Through the use of fine sterile needles, we can decrease systemic inflammation, regulate nitric oxide levels, affect organ function, alleviate pain, restore function, support fertility and immunity, work through trauma, reprogram mood disorders and so much more. Carefully curated traditional Chinese herbal medicine is formulated based on your unique diagnostic presentations and when combined with acupuncture, provide a thorough and effective treatment system.

Dr. Sandra Subotich

Sandra is a Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM), herbalist and primary care practitioner in the states of California and Illinois. She is also nationally certified as a Diplomat of Oriental medicine and holds a Bachelors degree in education/psychology. In addition, Sandra is a Medical Qi Gong Practitioner, Energetic Medicine Practitioner, Certified Reiki Master and teacher and certified in Medical Pulse Diagnosis.

Sandra was exposed to traditional herbal medicine at a very young age and loved to help her mother, father and grandmother make herbal preparations for various ailments. Her father, a trained allopathic doctor and biochemist, was always researching natural alternatives to prescribed medications and offering his findings to patients, friends and family. Sandra was fascinated by his research, and continued to be inspired and moved by the power of herbal medicine and alternative therapies. After a fateful first visit to an acupuncturist, Sandra was guided to pursue her love and passion for alternative medicine.

She started her journey in Honolulu, Hi where she attended The World Medicine Institute ~ Tai Hsuan, a small Taoist school run by 67th lineage Heavenly Taoist Master Lillian Chang. Under direct mentorship with Dr. Chang, Sandra learned lineage specific acupuncture, herbal preparations, Medical Qi Gong, Meditations and energetic healing techniques and practices. She also traveled throughout China with Dr. Chang studying at many hospitals and temples, and being taught by various Taoist Masters in rural areas of the country.

In 2016, Sandra completed her Doctorate in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Five Branches University, and presented her thesis on using advanced acupuncture techniques in the treatment of pain and parasthesia in multiple sclerosis patients. Since then, Sandra has extensively studied autoimmune diseases and the impressive role that Chinese Medicine has in its management and resolution.
Sandra specializes in chronic and acute pain management, neuropathy, autoimmune issues including: fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue and MS, fertility, gastrointestinal issues, depression, anxiety and emotional trauma.