Jacqueline Dibble graduated from the New England School of Acupuncture (NESA) with a Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. NESA is part of Massachusetts Pharmacy and Dental University (MCPHS) and was the first acupuncture degree program in the US. She is licensed by the Connecticut Acupuncture Licensing Board through the Department of Public Health and is a member of Connecticut Society of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. While at NESA, Jacqueline was selected to share her research in a poster presentation titled, “The Experience of Acupuncture in Patients’ with Chronic Pain” at the prestigious international conference hosted by the Korean Institute of Oriental Medicine (KIOM) and the Society for Acupuncture Research (SAR).
Jacqueline’s expertise in Traditional Chinese Medicine combines several styles and approaches of acupuncture, including the gentler Japanese style and even non-insertive needle techniques for patients who are needle sensitive. As part of a comprehensive approach, she often combines herbal medicine, diet, exercise and lifestyle measures. Jacquelin uses this integrative mindset particularly in treating such issues as fibromyalgia, connective tissue disorders, digestive disorders, neurologic issues, headaches, insomnia, anxiety, and depression.
Jacqueline is a graduate of Fitchburg State University where she received a Bachelor’s degree in Science and Nursing. She practiced as an RN in the fields of Critical Care and Home-Based Advanced Practice Care, while also working as an educator and clinical instructor. As an RN, Jacqueline maintained her status as Certified Holistic Nurse for over 10 years.