Heal OM is an acupuncture clinic with expertise and experience in the treatment of fertility, pregnancy and postpartum. When treating a new patient, I enter into a journey of collaborative learning and discovery of the root cause of the patient's ailment, including addressing any concurrent issues with stress and general physical and mental well being.
The patient is a partner on the journey to health and balance. I provide personalized care including patient education on lifestyle choices, diet, self care, and relaxation techniques. I strive to place a special emphasis on integrating stress reduction and self-empowerment while treating patient’s chief complaints.
My practitioner's goal is to empower and educate you so that you can take back control of your health. By making key changes to prevent illness and promote long-term wellness, each person can achieve optimal health. An important part of any recovery is committed involvement and partnership of the practitioner and patient in his/her health.
Gina Fabiano, L.Ac. Licensed Acupunturist
Gina Fabiano is a graduate of Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder, Colorado, with a Master’s Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine. While at Southwest Acupuncture College she received specialized training in fertility and OB/GYN, pediatrics, and sports acupuncture, as well as in general adult internal medicine. Gina is state-licensed acupuncturist and herbalist and a recognized diplomate of Acupuncture and Herbology by the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). Gina has a special interest in pediatrics, fertility, and OB/GYN. As a student at Southwest Acupuncture College, Gina had the opportunity to study extensively under long-time midwife, OB/GYN clinician, and college director Valerie Hobbs. Gina particularly enjoys fertility work, having seen first-hand the effectiveness of acupuncture and Chinese herbal treatments for women who have experienced challenges in conceiving. Gina also spent a year in Boston training in Sports Medicine Acupuncture under Matt Callison. As a competitive tennis player and an avid skier and rock climber, Gina understands the needs of recreational and professional athletes. Her practice in sports medicine embodies her belief in whole-body fitness, and her treatments often combine acupuncture, herbal prescriptions, and traditional Chinese massage therapy. Gina also specializes in Mei Zen cosmetic acupuncture and facial rejuvenation, having trained under Dr. Martha Lucas. She is the mother of two young children, both of whom enjoy receiving shonishin, a form of pediatric acupuncture without needles.