A nationally board certified and state licensed acupuncturist and graduate from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. She gained valuable experience working with NYU's Initiative for Women with Disabilities as well as assisting in Mount Sinai/Beth Israel’s clinical trials for the effectiveness of community acupuncture on chronic pain. She was also the recipient of the Janet Tsai Memorial Scholarship in 2014 for her interest and commitment to women's health and women with disabilities. Currently she is continuing her education studying Chinese herbs while also regularly seeing patients in her Williamsburg office. In addition, she runs a community acupuncture clinic at The Three Jewels, a buddhist outreach center. She firmly believes in making heath care affordable and accessible to the diverse NYC population. 

She is passionate about promoting health and healing. With a grasp and respect for Western Medicine, she treats her patients with empathy and respect while attempting to ease the emotional, social, and psychological burden illness has. By using Chinese Medicine, she helps a patient not only feel better, but also heal faster in order to regain control in their lives by incorporating lifestyle modification.



Robert Lettis is a Licensed Acupuncturist, Herbalist, and NCCAOM Diplomat of Oriental Medicine. He had his formal education in Chinese Medicine at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York. He has worked under Devin McGilvery at Functional Health Acupuncture in Astoria, Queens, where he gained valuable experience treating arthritis, anxiety, and depression. He was also part of a fellowship at Evolve New York, under the renowned Frank Butler where he learned an invaluable amount of diagnostic tools and treatment protocols.  

Robert believes firmly in the need for a non-judgmental and gentle approach to medicine that works with each individual's constitution and treatment needs. As a former musician, he has always had a passion for connecting to people and understands that building trust and understanding with each individual is key to successful treatment. It is this individualized and humanistic approach that led him to Chinese Medicine. He focuses on assisting digestive issues (IBS, GERD, Crohn's Disease), all types of headaches, and arthritic type joint pain. He has also has a strong passion for mental health, having worked with many individuals dealing with Anxiety and Depression.  

Rob is available to see patients from 2-7 PM Tuesdays and Thursdays. Additional times available upon request.