Corinne LeBlanc's smiling headshot

Welcome to Portland Pediatric Acupuncture - where families can bring their children for acupuncture, Chinese herbal remedies, and a variety of non-needle techniques to inspire optimal health. At Portland Pediatric Acupuncture, Corinne deeply values your wisdom and insight into your child's health. She takes the time to listen and truly hear your concerns and goals for your little one. You, after all, are the best expert on your child. Corinne created Portland Pediatric Acupuncture to be a loving and playful space where kids can be kids; and feel healthier while being their magically unique little selves.  
Corinne has been working with children for over 15 years, first through a developmental play therapy with children on the Autism Spectrum, and now with acupuncture and herbal medicine. She completed a Master's Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder, CO. In addition to her degree, Corinne also participated in a month-long externship at a university hospital in Harbin, China, with rounds in pediatrics, stroke recovery, and OB/GYN. She has studied with some of the top pediatric acupuncturists and completed the first national certification in Pediatric Acupuncture in November 2020. She utilizes her experience to create a unique, fun, and effective approach to health for kids from 8 weeks to 18 years old. Corinne has a deep passion for working with children on the autism spectrum, ADHD, and those diagnosed with other behavioral disorders. 
When Corinne isn't in her cozy office, she still loves to play! You'll likely find her hiking, mountain biking, and stand-up paddle boarding her way around the magnificent Northwest with her handsome hubby, Mike, and their precious pup, Aubbie.

Jaime smiling at the camera with blue scarf on

Dr. Ralston-Wilson is a licensed acupuncturist, doctor of acupuncture and Chinese medicine, and an aspiring PNW homesteader. She has worked in both private and integrative practices with a focus on women's health, integrative oncology, musculoskeletal, and orthopedic conditions. Most recently, she was working at Seattle Children's Hospital, where she helped to develop one of the first full-time pediatric inpatient acupuncture programs. In the hospital setting, Jaime had the opportunity to work closely with patient care teams providing acupuncture and related therapies to babies and children in many areas of the hospital including the neonatal intensive care unit, intensive care unit, medical and surgical floors, rehabilitation medicine, oncology, and bone marrow transplant units. Her recent practice has focused on providing evidence-informed care to pediatric patients with both acute, chronic, and often complex illnesses in the hospital. Jaime is known as being a strong advocate for her patients with a gentle and calming presence. Additionally, she has contributed to several acupuncture publications and is also guest lecturer at the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM).

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