Serving the Bay Area & the Peninsula, including San Jose, Willow Glen, Campbell, Los Gatos, Saratoga, Cupertino, & Santa Clara.

Patricia Lambers, L.Ac, hails from France and has lived in the San Jose area for many years. With a background in orthopedic massage she brings a unique body of knowledge of the nature of the human physiology to her acupuncture practice. At San Jose Acupuncture Center, she solves real health problems through gentle acupuncture. Her primary approach to treatment is via Japanese style acupuncture. However, she offers a variety of modalities and techniques from 8-principle acupuncture, auricular (ear) acupuncture, and many other styles of treatment as well. Her goal is to help her patients return to a state of wholeness and vital health by using the best tools for the unique needs of each patient.

Acupuncture Can Treat:

Acute and Chronic Pain:
Acupuncture brings pain relief from arthritis, trauma, back injuries, sports injuries, repetitive strain injuries, sciatica, joint pain and more.

Women’s Health:
Acupuncture helps maintain a balanced hormonal system, regulating ovulation, menstrual cycles, and easing menopause. Acupuncture can also treat fertility disorders.

Allergies and Sensitivities:
Acupuncture treats allergies, hay fever, sinusitis, and food sensitivities.

Emotional Issues
Acupuncture can treat anxiety, depression, and help with anger management.

Other conditions
Acupuncture can treat insomnia, asthma, chronic fatigue, speed up recovery time from colds and flu, and treat many other conditions.

Man and his dog Man healthMen’s health
Today’s men are as aware as women of the need to take care of themselves, especially as they get older. Acupuncture and herbal medicine are powerful tools for men’s health problems. We can treat ailments such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, arthritis, and successfully address concerns regarding prostate health and sexuality.

Why choose San Jose Acupuncture Center?

First of all, we pay attention to what you say!! The number one complaint we hear from patients is “My doctor never listens to me” or “My doctor does not believe me.” No one knows more than you do about your mind and body, so it only makes good sense to listen to what you have to say. Our only agenda is to guide you on achieving balance in your mind and body by working with you on your health concerns. We are not here to judge but to guide you in your wellness journey. We offer a safe, gentle environment… read more.

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