Dr. Christiane Siebert, DACM

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About Dr. Christiane Siebert, DACM

Christiane Siebert is a Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine who likes to explore the myriad ways in which we can use integrative holistic medicine to enrich our lives.

Recovering From Childbirth With Acupuncture

You made it. You gave birth! Is this your first baby, second, or third? Maybe you gave birth vaginally or delivered via C-section; at home or in a hospital. It is also possible that things didn’t go as expected; your baby may have come early, need medical care, or even be stillborn. You can be [...]

Preparing For Childbirth With Acupuncture

You’re nearing the end of your journey through pregnancy and may be wondering what you can do to encourage natural labor and childbirth to bring your baby into this world. Each phase of your pregnancy had its joys and challenges. Maybe you experienced nausea early on. Aches and pains are not uncommon as your body [...]

A Prescription For Healing: Shinrin-Yoku

Those of you who know me personally are aware of my deep love for the great Outdoors. I dedicate as much time as possible to hiking and climbing in the mountains, often spending nights out in the woods. I especially enjoy the beautiful forests of the Northeast, from Harriman State Park, just north of New [...]

Are You Ready to Go Back?

We are taking tentative steps to go back to our normal lives after more than five months of serious restrictions on the seemingly most mundane habits and activities. As I’m writing this in early September, we are just finding out that the gyms in New York City are getting ready to open again, at much [...]

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Homeopathy, Gentle Medicine to Soothe Your Emotions

The last several months have been a stressful time for most people, more so for some than for others. The anxiety and sense of uncertainty brought on by the coronavirus pandemic are profound and able to penetrate deep into every cell of your body, creating the potential for disruption of your cellular health and neuroendocrine [...]

Does PCOS Go Away In Menopause?

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) affects an estimated 10-20% of women in the United States, maybe even more since a high percentage of women never receive a proper diagnosis. This is partly due to the wide range of how this syndrome presents and also because providers lack knowledge and awareness to identify PCOS. The numbers also [...]

Five Cooling Foods to Relieve Summerheat

The heat and high humidity of summer can tax your body and make you feel sluggish. You may find it hard to concentrate or get anything done, unless you retreat to an air-conditioned hermitage. No worries! Chinese medicine has you covered. China is a huge country that covers a large variety of climates, ranging from [...]

How Your Pelvic Floor Is Holding It All Together

Deep inside your body is a network of muscles, tendons, and ligaments attached to your pelvis, a group of bones at the bottom of your torso. Think of it as a flexible and adaptable system, similar to a trapeze, that helps hold your internal organs in place and yet is flexible enough to allow [...]

Ears to the Rescue

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about how I can help people who are afraid of acupuncture needles. Are you one of them? Maybe you’re intrigued with the healing potential of this ancient form of medicine. You’ve heard good things about it from friends, colleagues, your family, or even your doctor. Some have experienced remarkable [...]

Relieving Anxiety With Acupuncture and Herbs

These past few months have undermined our expectations and presumptions about living in New York City in profound ways most of us have never experienced before. This has affected the health of many people in a variety of ways. Not only are we living in fear of contracting or spreading coronavirus, but we had to [...]