Heather Quinlivan, L.Ac., MSTOM, is a licensed acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist in the state of New Jersey, who is nationally certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). She began her original studies in the field of health at Richard Stockton College of NJ which culminated in a B.S. degree in Biology. Heather then began to pursue her passion of holistic medicine in California where she studied Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine along with various other aspects of Chinese medicine at Yo San University in Los Angeles. She then enrolled as a student at Pacific College of Health and Science in New York City where she gained a wealth of clinical experience and graduated in 2010 with a M.S.T.O.M. degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Heather’s mission then and now as a seasoned practitioner is to provide people with the opportunity to release symptoms by addressing healing of their whole body. She, therefore, focuses her treatments on balancing their overall constitution thus affording them a greater opportunity to achieve long term relief, overall health and well-being. Heather’s strengths include helping others feel comfortable in her presence, allowing them to naturally feel safe and able to share easily with her. Her specialties include women’s health, fertility issues for either/or both partners, digestive issues, injuries, alleviation of stress and anxiety along with pain management.
Heather has a great love for her work as an acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist, is a devoted mother of two wonderful boys and shares her life with her supportive and kind husband Christopher. She enjoys spending time with her family at the beach surfing, enjoying the outdoors while hiking with her dog, kayaking and bird watching, creating stained glass pieces for her friends and family, and curling up with an engaging book whenever possible.
Heather’s mission then and now as a seasoned practitioner is to provide people with the opportunity to release symptoms by addressing healing of their whole body.