Welcome! I am a licensed acupuncturist who has been in practice for over 18 years. I treat a wide range of health issues, but I have had advanced training in treating: • pain • sport’s injuries • cosmetic acupuncture • women’s health issues • fertility.
I offer a unique style of treatment, utilizing motor point acupuncture when needed. I also offer Mayan Abdominal Therapy for the treatment of fertility issues, PMS cramps and adhesions.
To make an appointment or for a free phone consultation, please call me at 619-244-8998.
I am located inside Fallbrook Family Chiropractic, off Grand Tradition Way @1588 S Mission Rd., Suite 115, Fallbrook, CA. 92028.
Get Acupuncture Fallbrook! Opens in Fallbrook Family Chiropractic
FALLBROOK – Get Acupuncture Fallbrook has opened inside Fallbrook Family Chiropractic, located at 1588 S. Mission Rd., Suite 115 in the office building off Grand Tradition Way. The acupuncture clinic is owned by Malinda Gibbons, L.Ac., a licensed acupuncturist who has been practicing for over 17 years. She offers acupuncture, cupping and Mayan Abdominal Therapy.
Gibbons has received advanced training in treating pain, sport’s injuries and women’s health issues, including fertility. She utilizes motor point acupuncture, which is a specialized style of sport’s acupuncture that stimulates the muscles to reset.
Gibbons has also received certification in Mayan Abdominal Therapy, which can be an effective alternative therapy for fertility issues, PMS cramping and adhesions.
At this time, Get Acupuncture Fallbrook is a cash practice and does not accept insurance. “I have tried to keep my prices low so that more people can take advantage of acupuncture,” says Gibbons.
Gibbons is a resident of Fallbrook and her daughter attends school here. She is active in the Maie Ellis PTSA, a member of the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce and the Connections Fallbrook Networking Group.
Prior to moving to Fallbrook several years ago, she lived in Idyllwild and San Diego, where she practiced for over 10 years. Gibbons is originally from Asheville, North Carolina where she grew up on heirloom tomatoes and spam sandwiches. She received her BA in Journalism from UNC-Chapel Hill and is still a freelance writer about health and wellness topics.
She completed her master of science in Traditional Chinese Medicine at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, San Diego and received advanced herbal training from Nanjing International University.