Welcome to East West
Acupuncture Center

Roseville, CA

Here at East West Acupuncture Center we believe that it is extremely important to really get to know our patients before we give them an acupuncture treatment.

“Here at East West Acupuncture Center we believe that it is extremly important to really get to know our patients before we give them an acupuncture treatment. We believe that each individual is more than the sum of their ailments, both physically and emotionally. That is why we focus on relaxed personalized care. We actually take the time to listen. You will not feel rushed while you are here, and you will feel relaxed when you leave.”

Are you tired of your aches and pains?

Do you feel as though your health could be better?

Are you unhappy with the suggestions your doctor made? Or treatments you received that didn’t work?

Roxanne Alee is the licensed acupuncturist here at East West Acupuncture Center. She has her Masters degree in Oriental Medicine. She was licensed to practice acupuncture in 2000. East West Acupuncture Center as been open since 2001.

Roxanne is also a registered nurse. She has always been interested in assisting people to heal. She originally choose nursing as a profession because of her desire to help people. She began her study of herbal medicine when she was 13. Her mother taught her about herbs and their uses. She still remembers the smell of those herbs in their jars. Today she loves seeing patients get great results from the herbal formulas prescribed. Please see her CV for more information.

Roxanne has helped people from all walks of life with almost every type of health conditions, but she specializes in women’s health and infertility. She also treats many other conditions such as muscular-skeletal problems, allergies, headaches, anxiety and addictions.

She feels that the Western medical method of treatment sometimes just provides palliative care, and that acupuncture can get to the root of the problem.

Taste & Smell Post Covid

“My son had Covid back in January and lost his ability to taste and smell for 3 months straight. By the 3rd month he started to have a rancid taste in his mouth and everything smelled disgusting. With his doctor being puzzled, my sister reminded me to check out acupuncture. We were referred to East West Acupuncture and after my son’s first appointment he has started to find relief! He ate In N Out last night (his absolute favorite) and said there was a noticeable improvement!”

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