Dr. Jacqueline Chan received her B.A. in Philosophy with honors from Mt. Holyoke College in Massachusetts. She then earned her Doctor of Osteopathy from Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1997, graduated top 10 and received her Family Practice Emphasis Internship and Residency at Doctors Hospital in 2000. Dr. Chan is currently studying for her masters certification in Intuition Medicine® in Sausalito to be completed in 2013.
The body intuitively wants to heal itself and Dr. Chan's primary method is Orthomolecular Medicine, which is preventing and treating disease by providing optimal nutrients natural to the body, such as vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. By supporting the body's biochemical processes and identifying other issues, such as toxin build-up in the body, stress, and hormonal imbalances, Dr. Chan creates integrative protocols to correct these impediments, and often optimize the body through osteopathic spinal and cranial sacral adjustments.
Most recently, Dr. Chan has been excited to integrate a new form of medicine into her practice based on quantum physics termed Biological Medicine, ACMOS and B.A.H. The ACMOS method is part of the most advanced and truly 21st century medical system. This unique approach combines the wisdom of ancient traditional medicine with the scientific discoveries of modern molecular biology. Bioresonance Analysis of Health (B.A.H.) utilizes the Lecher instrument as a fine resonator to decode the holographic information pertaining to all aspect of health. Bioresonance Analysis of Health is like a truthful conversation with a patient's intelligence. Patients report dramatic results from this comprehensive biochemical and energetic healing approach.
Dr. Chan is a member of the American College for the Advancement of Medicine, the American Holistic Medical Association and American Academy of Osteopathy, the Cranial Academy, and the American Osteopathic Association. She is an Advisory Board Member to the Marin Women's Hall of Fame and Medical Director of A.W.E. Global. She has appeared in the Civic Auditorium with Dr. Oz and on "The Sheila Gale" and "What the Experts Know" radio shows. Her hobbies include hiking, meditation, soul motion dance, 5 rhythms dance, poetry writing and travel.