Meet Jacqui Kinzig
Doctor of Acupuncture
Dr. Jacqui is the founder of Sustaining Health Acupuncture and one of the first acupuncturists in Kentucky to earn her doctorate. She studied biology and experimental psychology at the University of Kentucky before attending the American Institute of Alternative Medicine in Columbus, Ohio. After graduating Summa Cum laude with her Master’s in Acupuncture, she completed the necessary requirements to become board certified by the National Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). She completed her Doctorate of Acupuncture from the prestigious Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in 2018 with a focus in pediatrics.
Jacqui believes that both western medicine and acupuncture have their place in society; neither is “better” than the other. Instead, they work best when used together as part of an overall health plan. Her goal is to make acupuncture an easy, sensible part of her patients' lives. She works hard to tailor treatments to each individual so that all of her patients are comfortable with their level of therapy.
“While each person is different, many of the feelings that accompany a chronic illness are similar. Having a health care professional who understands what you are going through can be the difference between feeling alone and feeling hopeful.”
It can help with
Constipation and IBS
Crohn's and UC
Whether acute or chronic, acupuncture has been scientifically proven to reduce pain levels.
From sinusitis to coughs, we've got you covered.
Periods. Fertility. Pregnancy. Menopause.
We can help wherever you are on your journey.
Help control symptoms from acute illness- viruses have met their match!
Regular treatment can decrease stress levels and promote calmer, clearer thinking.
“I had been suffering from plantar fasciitis for over a year before I had acupuncture done. Before the treatments the pain was excruciating when walking, or even just standing. Nothing seemed to help the pain, not medicine or ice therapy, but after two treatments of acupuncture (with Jacqui), I am now pain free.”