About Dr. Cindi Ignatovsky
Dr. Cindi Ignatovsky, DACM, L.Ac., is experienced in treating a wide variety of complex health conditions with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). She often works with patients undergoing conventional Western treatments, and she combines both Western and Eastern diagnostic tools so that her patients receive the wisdom of both worlds.
Cindi's treatments incorporate acupuncture, heat therapy, herbal prescriptions, and nutritional and lifestyle counseling. She creates a customized treatment plan for each patient, detailing Western and Eastern diagnosis, appropriates modalities for treatment, and measures for self care.
Fertility is a large part of Cindi's practice. She is dedicated to increasing the success rates for patients undergoing western fertility treatments as well as for those not using assisted reproductive technologies. Cindi also works with her patients through all stages of pregnancy and postpartum care, including labor and delivery.
Other women's health conditions that Cindi successfully treats include menstrual irregularities, hormone imbalances, amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, endometriosis, fibroids, ovarian cysts, PCOS, and menopausal symptoms.
Cindi also treats patients with autoimmune disorders such as chronic fatigue, systemic lupus, multiple sclerosis, myasthenia gravis, and fibromyalgia. She also has great success with digestive disorders, including IBS and Crohn's, and emotional issues such as depression, anxiety and stress.
Cindi received her Masters in Traditional Chinese Medicine (MTCM) from Five Branches Institute and her Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (DACM) from Pacific College of Health & Science.
Languages Spoken English
School Five Branches Institute
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